Prom Dress Tips for Smaller Bust lines

prom dress, smaller bust lines

Are you stressing about the size of your breasts? Are you starting to worry because prom is nearly here, and you have a smaller bust line, unlike your curvier friends. Don’t worry, there are lots of options that will either enhance your bust line or just show it off the way it is.
Research which clothes for women styles you like best. Do you like strapless or empire waist gowns which often make your bust look larger or do you prefer gowns with a plunging necklines that highlight the bust line you were born with?  To get some ideas, browse the extensive selection at Peaches Boutique online store.

Strapless Prom Dresses

Prom dresses with both the traditional neckline and the sweetheart neckline can enhance your small bust line. The sweetheart neckline works particularly well because the heart shape defines it better. This is one time it’s better to be smaller because you sometimes get away without wearing a bra if the dress provides enough support, which is even more comfortable. This Alyce Paris chiffon prom dress features a pretty beaded sweetheart neckline which defines them even better, and the extra beading will draw people’s eyes and attention to your bust line first.

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Empire Waistline Gowns

These types of prom dresses are ideal because the high waistband is just under your bust line and then flows away from your body, defining your bust line and making it look larger.  As they said, illusion type dresses are trendy; and that’s what these dresses do, they give an illusion of a larger chest, especially if the prom dress features spaghetti straps or cap sleeves too. While the pretty beaded band is there for decoration, you pull it even tighter for better definition. This elegant Sherri Hill prom dress is perfect for you because not only does it have beaded empire waistband, it also features a sweetheart neckline on a ruched bodice with cap sleeves, both of which enhance your bust line.


Halter-style Prom Dresses

Halter-style prom dresses are perfect for you, if you are flat-chested. They accentuate the bust line and curves you do have without you worrying about them spilling out or flashing someone accidently. Mori Lee Sticks and Stones dresses are fun and flirty, and its halter neckline and hand-sewn beads on the bodice enhance your figure. The flared chiffon skirt slims down your waist and flares out, making it fun to dance in. You can find these and other designer prom dresses this 2016 from Peaches Boutique Chicago.

Additional Prom Tips for Small Busted Teens

  • Choose a gown with lots of detailing, such as hand-sewn beading, ruching, or ruffles. Ruffles and ruching add volume to your prom dress, making that area larger and more defined, while beading draws attention to that area.
  • Decide if your dress needs a bra. Sometimes, you’ll find a prom dress with a built-in push-up bra; while others you’ll need a strapless or a water bra to enhance your cleavage.
  • Consider the entire dress and your body type. Try a prom dress with a plunging neckline and sexy open back as everyone will be staring at your toned back instead.

Try not to get discouraged during prom dress shopping, since the most important thing to accentuate is your sassiness and self-confidence. And girl, I know you know how to work that.

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  • Reply December 19, 2016


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