Other Accessories For Big Boobs

There are other accessories a woman with big boobs can use to help reduce attention to the bust. None of these will knock your socks off but they are all a matter of subtle illusion; devices which move ones eye and distract the mind.

Of course one also needs to know these to undertand what not to do. So you do not ruin an outfit with a seemingly small error with an accessory.

So What Are These Other Accessories?

This section concentrates on;

  • Bracelets
  • Brooches
  • Scarves
  • Long Hair

(Okay, I know hair is not strictly another accessory but it is only a small section and I wanted to squeeze it in somewhere.)

I have already discussed:

Bracelets

Bracelets / Bangles / Bands. Bracelets do not always, but normally go around the wrist. For almost every woman a bracelet will work well as your wrists are a slim feature and a bracelet will draw the eye to that narrow feature.

Be Very Wary Of Armlets

Armbands, arm bracelets or armlets. Not those inflatable devices to help children swim but arm bracelets or armlets. These are not good for a woman of substance in the chest department. Anything level with the bust is to be avoided as it will draw the eye across horizontally.

Armlets may be relatively uncommon but you should not attach any adornment, even a badge or tattoo, in line with your bust. It also will draw attention to the widest part of your arm, which is also inadvisable. This concept ties in with another on sleeve length.

Brooches

Another accessory rarely worn these days; but a brooch placed up high on your top, towards the neck, can draw the eye there. Where you place it exactly is a matter for your own best judgement but keep it on the flat of your chest before the slope of your bust.

These two world travellers, (Margaret Thatcher and Svetlana Medvedeva) attend(ed) many official functions and nearly always look(ed) classy and refined.

A modern equivalent might be what we Brits call a badge and Americans call a button but it does not have the same cachet. I personally think a brooch can look very refined but my biggest concern is the usual pin attachment, damaging the cloth of your top.

Actually I have noticed that male American politicians and their wives have all started wearing realtively subtle little Party badges / buttons. No doubt this trend will go downhill and these buttons may get trashy.



Scarves

Not big thick woollen scarves worn with coats but lighter scarves used literally as an accessory.

Svetlana Medvedeva is one of my favourite studies because she has great style and wears a whole host of different outfits as she is constantly in the public eye, as the wife of the Russian Prime Minister.

She has a decidedly ample bust (which can be seen from clicking the above link), but you would never know that with the way she has accessorised her outfit on the left with this scarf.

The other photo is of course Christina Hendricks, the famously big boob star of Mad Men. Again see how a simple scarf can help disguise the more than ample bust below it.

There is an Indian scarf which works really well, called the dupatta. Different continent, different clothing but same principle.

This one example is a good microcosm of the entire website. Using subtle clothing styles and features to downplay the size of your bust, so that you are judged for your style and looks; not seen merely as a pair of breasts on legs.

Hair

Just a quick note, primarily for the younger audience who may have long hair. Long hair can be used to good effect should you wish to, as below.

Now this is no justification for growing your hair long, that is a completely different kettle of fish. If however you have got it, flaunt it - or in this case, use it subtly to shroud the sides of your boobs. Both of my models have modest busts but you get the point.



Did you like this page, did you learn something, maybe it reinforced you own views? I want to give as much (hopefully helpful) advice to the busty sisterhood as I can.

Please remember, we are all different. You may like to wear certain clothes and styles which I am suggesting that you should not. That is your absolute right. Do what makes you feel good. This site undeniably goes for the more modest approach because I feel all busty ladies already know how to be more racy if they wish.

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