Ahhh I’m sorry, this one is a bit out of my range :( I’m no expert or anything, all I can offer is what I know from personal experience. Can anyone else help this lovely lady out? :)
Hey love, kudos to you and I send you all the hugs :)
As for the clothing issue…I do wonder what stores you’re trying to shop at because for me, at about a big 34D/small 34DD, I can shop perfectly fine at Forever 21 (usually a L there), H&M (usually a size 10) and other common stores. Unless you live in Asia, because then I would understand. I visited Korea (I’m half Korean) a couple years ago, and let me tell you, at 5’9 and a robust 155lbs, it was near impossible to find clothes that fit me. Of course, I can’t necessarily wear whatever I want if I want the clothes to be flattering, so it’s just a matter of finding what works for your body :) I’d be lying if I said I always loved my boobs, but I’ve definitely learned to work with them! I fill out my clothes, and I love every minute of it. Just remember that your body is changing and that you’re not going to look the same as you did in clothes before - and there’s NOTHING BAD about it :D
Some tips for big-boobed clothes shopping:
- BANDEAUS ARE YOUR BEST FRIEND. Seriously. Invest in a couple. They help cover cleavage in low-cut tops without bunch-y layers.
- Buy things oversized if you have to. A belt can help cinch in the waist!
- Fuller skirts will help balance your frame.
- Button-up shirts are hard to find, unless they are meant to be oversized. We must all accept this.
- You need to find a happy medium between high-neck and low-cut, because high-necked stuff usually looks like an awful ski-slope thing on large chests (there’s a post about it somewhere :P)
Since I’ve been living with these sweater puppies with a fair few years, I can usually guess what will look good on me (and presumably other like-chested ladies) and what won’t. So, here are some suggestions to work off of:
(Urban Outfitters - I actually own this dress, LOVE IT!)
(Also Urban Outfitters - also own this and love it too!)
P.S. Don’t mind the small chests on the models. I can 99% promise these will look just as good on big boobs - at least in my experience :)
So, in conclusion, clothes CAN and WILL fit you, just not in the way you’re used to. Plus, 32C/D is FAR from the worse you could have it. I’m sure they seem huge to you, because I assume it’s a big change from your previous size, but those E-cup ladies would probably kill for your size!
I hope I was of some help. Good luck on your road to recovery, and remember…love your boobs, they are a blessing…most of the time ;)
Ahhh I had that problem last summer, it was so horrible :( have you seen a doctor about it? For me it was apparently a fungus (lovely, right) caused by a lack of oxygen/too much moisture in my cleavage. She gave me an anti-fungal cream and it went away after a couple days and it hasn’t come back thus far. Moral of the story, it’s not uncommon and you’re not alone :) definitely see a doctor, or if you want to try a natural route, try applying diluted tea tree oil to the area. MAKE SURE IT IS DILUTED THOUGH, that shit burns at full-strength :P
OWN YOUR TITS, KITTENS.
I’mma be cheesy about this and say that YOU are YOU, and there is no such thing as “not the right weight”. Try different cuts of bras, personally I find balconet and demi-cup bras to be very flattering, and that’s just from the cut and minimal padding :)
Of course it is, and a lot of large-breasted girls do…don’t let porn fool you into thinking that all boobs are perky and round ;)
Bio-oil, or plain ol’ vitamin E oil works too and is cheaper! Just get pure vitamin E capsules (they’re not hard to find, just check the vitamin sections of whatever store), pierce it with a pin, squeeze out the oil, and rub it wherever needed! This works for any other kind of scar too :)