I have DDD boobs – how to dress classy with big breasts & what to avoid | The Sun

DRESSING for a larger chest can prove difficult – but one fashion-savvy influencer has it perfected.

Dominique Baker, a busty content creator, strives to always look classy in every look she pulls – and she has keyed others in on how to do the same.


On social media, Baker often posts content that helps women find styles that are best suited for their bodies.

In an exclusive chat with The U.S. Sun, she listed off some of the clothing items that make her feel classy, confident, and put together when dressing for a larger chest.

V-NECKS

"V-necks are so flattering. You see a little bit of cleavage, it's sexy, and beautiful," Baker said.

She explained that she prefers them because they draw the eye to the entire torso, as opposed to a high crew neck, which makes the chest area appear long and can make the breasts look saggy.

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SKIRTS AND DRESSES

The fashion guru said that she's a huge fan of A-line skirts with nipped-in waists.

In her experience, not only do they give that beautiful hourglass figure, but they balance out the top section.

She also touched on her love for wrap dresses.

She said: "I find they're really flattering and they're easy. If you have a large chest, it's just such an easy way to look put together and proportionate."

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BUTTON-UP TOPS

"I feel like a lot of women stay away from button-up shirts and crop tops because they feel that they won't fit properly," Baker shared.

"You get the pulling at the buttons when you wear them. But with boyfriend shirts and oversized shirts, they're just so chic, and so wearable for us women with larger chests."

CROP TOPS

The fashionista noted that there are so many different crop top options on the market for women with larger busts.

"You can get the ones that only show like a hint of tummy. And if it's a v-neck or a wrap style, it's just so flattering," she said.

"And it's really fresh under a suit jacket, or leather moto jacket, or something like that."

She continued: "When I was a stylist, I told clients don't shy away from that. There's a crop top out there for everybody.

"It doesn't have to be tight. It doesn't have to be painted on – but give them a try. They do look really flattering on large chests."

ITEMS TO AVOID

There are some items Baker forgoes when dressing for a fuller chest.

The fashion enthusiast feels that when everything is too tight, it can give off the wrong impression, creating too much of a "sexy vibe."

Instead, she tries to balance things out.

"So if you have a mini skirt, no super tight, super plunging v-neck tops," she advised.

She also added that she's not a fan of extremely short mini skirts.

"I really don't like super mini skirts with like painted-on baby tees and things like that," Baker shared.

"I always endeavor to look classy and put together, and I just find it's so easy to go from classy and put together to [looking] like an extra in the Big Pimpin' video, like I'm on a yacht," she quipped.

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