Happy Monday, Fleurdille family! If you didn’t clue into this via the title of today’s blog post, this post is dedicated to all my ladies with tatas. Dad, I’m sorry, but this post is probably of no value or interest to you…
Today I am talking directly to my ladies that are a B cup or bigger. Summer is almost here and with summer comes strapless bathing suits and backless tops. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been so jealous of the girls that didn’t have to wear a bra with their clothes. They get to wear the cutest bandeau bathing suits and the most adorable backless dresses and tops. We always want what we don’t have, right?
Luckily, my current self has come to love her body and curves as opposed to her 17 year old self. I fully embrace my shape and size and what I can and can’t wear. I have also learned a couple tips and tricks to help me get away with wearing a backless top.
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tips for wearing a backless top:
- “sticky boobs” – a great pair of sticky boobs will do a lot more than you think! I have used this adhesive backless strapless bra from Target for as long as I can remember. I like it because it sticks on well and doesn’t slip, even when you sweat. I also like that it has a clasp in the middle so you can get a little extra support and lift. I also like this brand because you can get a ton of wear out of it.
- cinch in the back – I’ve found that if I’m going to wear a backless top or dress, it definitely helps if there is some sort of cinch in the back. Take this top for example, the strings actually serve a purpose. They allow me to tighten it as much as I need, which helps to lift my boobs and hold them in place.
- the thicker the better – wearing a backless bra is hard enough, so make sure your top or dress isn’t too thin. You don’t need any more cards stacked up against you. Opt for tops or dresses that are double lined or thicker material. This ensures that nothing shows through in the front.
photography: fort lion studio