Best Top for Busty Women

We believe that each body shape has its own struggle when it comes to shopping for the “right” tops. For big-chested women, the struggle may include the tight space around chest area but quite loose underneath, the horrifying button gap, the cleavage showing, and the “accidental” sexy vibe. We acknowledge your struggle and we’re here for you!

If you search the web, you’ll find tons of advice on how to choose a top if you’re a busty woman, but most of them focus more on how to cover them. We realize that not everyone wants to hide such gift, so here we are with various tips and tricks on how to choose the most flattering top for busty women. Whether you want to embrace it or to hide it, we’ve got all the best tips! Read through to see which top will be your savior.

EMBRACING THE BUSTY-NESS

We’re all about confidence and embracing every body shape, and if you are too, these tops will help you flaunt and at the same time flatter your body shape even more!

Satin Top

What could be better than a silky smooth satin top to show off your figure? The silky smooth texture falls on the right places (read: every curves you have) and frame your figure beautifully!

Knot Details

Oversized top is best if you want to hide, but if you’re confident with what you’ve got, go for a knot top (or dress)! The knot will give shape to your upper body and it’s great to be paired with high-waisted pants.

Ruffles (but make it asymmetrical!)

Okay, I think we all agree that ruffles are scene-stealers. The festivity that it has will surely command attention. To avoid looking “too much”, go for an asymmetric neckline. Asymmetric cut will balance the area. 

SLOWLY WORKING ON IT

We understand, not everyone is comfortable with their body (YET!), so we’ve rounded up the best tips to (technically) hide your chest area but also not to drown yourself in loose and overly baggy tops.

Blazer

One of the best outerwears there is to “hide” is definitely blazer. Since it has more structure, it will make you look more put-together and not slouchy.

(Any) Dark Tops

Yup, no magic involved, just a good quality dark-colored top would do. See? You don’t need to do much to cover up your chest area. Any dark tops, from dark brown, navy, to brown, will do great!

Oversized Shirt

Okay, this one is everyone’s favorite. Comfort? Checked. An element of coolness? Checked. Oversized shirt is a no-fuss way to look chic while not showing too much shape or cleavage. All good!

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