Problem: The neckline of your top is an inverted ‘U’ and the wide straps press down on your breasts to make them appear uneven.
Solution: Wear a dress or top which has an underwired bra to boost your boobs.
Problem: Your breasts get lost in a loose, ill-fitting dress.
Solution: Go for halter-necks with pleating at the bust to add volume. Choose contrasting colours on the chest to create depth.
Problem: A tight corset dress or top makes it look as if your chest is about to burst right out.
Solution: Go for a slim strap dress with a V-neck as it is likely to support your full breasts better. This style will also show the right amount of cleavage.
Problem: In a low, off-the-shoulder neckline with stiff boning, your boobs will look squashed and saggy.
Solution: Wear an off-shoulder dress with a gathered neckline, as it will sit comfortably on your assets. This will make your twins appear more firm and voluptuous.
Problem: Those with full breasts should avoid strappy tight tops and dresses as the look will scream ‘confined’.
Solution: Wear form-fitting clothes with structured cups to provide definition. And let the others say ‘too much oomph!’
Problem: A tiny top may flatten your breasts and cause unsightly side spillage.
Solution: Wow with a strapless style dress that dips into the middle and cradles your boobs to lend the illusion of having a bigger size.