I must, I must, I must increase my bust!
I can’t be the only one who did the ‘I must, I must, I must increase my bust’ exercise from “Are You There God? It’s Me Marget” by Judy Blume! Well you don’t have to admit it if you don’t want to but for all of you small chested ladies out there, I’ve have some less embarrassing tips that will make your bust look bigger.
Lighter colors attract light therefore making the area look bigger.
A lot of people stay away from horizontal stripes up top for fear of looking larger but they can give the illusion of a larger bust line.
The wrapping effect creates a busty shape out of next to nothing.
As long is it flatters the rest of your body you can rock a tight top and look oh-s0-sexy.
V-necks and scoop necks provides interest will give a fuller look to the top half.
Try to stay away from loose-fitting tops as you don’t want to cover up the curves you do have. Unless you want to play up your boyish frame with a menswear inspired look.
Look for tops with pockets at the bust line, these 3-dimensional details will add some much needed bulk.
High-waisted bottoms or belts done tightly around the waist help create the look of a more ample chest.
Patterns, embellishments, pleating, and other fabric details on the top are always welcome as they create visual interest on the top.
Apply blush that is just one shade darker than your skin tone in between your breasts or a little dusting of shimmer above each breas.