Full Bust Bra Flashes Can Be Fashionable!

When we showed you how to layer this loungewear look last month, we promised to share a great sports bra for busty women who want to wear ultra-wide armholes without broadcasting a beige bra.

Introducing the Lynx ladder back sports bra. Not only does this bra look fine under wide armholes, it looks FABULOUS in back. Women with a large chest can now wear back-revealing athleisure tops instead of sticking with standard bra-covering tees!

While the ladder back only comes in black, Lynx offers cross back and racer back options in GREAT colors and patterns.

Big Bust Blues You'll Be Happy to Sing

Of all the colors we offer, navy has never been at the top of our list. We should have known better. When a customer ordered it for the first time, we were blown away by the sharp and versatile result.

Now we're so obsessed with dark blue that we couldn't help but see it everywhere at yesterday's trade show. Which of these bras for a large chest would YOU choose to wear under a navy shirt?

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Big Bust Layering by Example: One More Time!

For the past month, we've been showing you how to build a polished look from a comfortable base. We even revealed stylist Christina Frik's formula to take you from working from home to running around.

Today's look begins with a striped tunic over leggings. Don't even worry about the ultra-wide armholes. These are usually off limits to busty women who don't want to flash their bras at the world, but we've got a great sports bra to share with you in our next post.

Next, Christina uses a grey blazer and one of our button front shirts for large busted women to add structure and polish to the look. Instead of ankle boots, she's chosen knee-length boots. When it comes to proportion, her rule of thumb is to pair "low" shoes with low hems (like a knee-length dress) and high boots with high hems (like this tunic).

Six Bags that Belong in Every Busty Woman's Closet

If you've been following stylist Christina Frik's work on this blog, you may be curious about her bag choices. Instead of treating a purse as an after-thought, she treats it as a finishing touch. It looks like magic--especially to those of us who rely on a single bag for everything. Even when she showed us how to wear one bag four ways, she didn't choose a quiet little black bag that blended in. Her choice was more like a piece of jewelry!

How does she do it? Today she shows us how to create our own wardrobe of six essential bags based on just two factors:

More Lounge-to-Town Looks with a Full Bust Layering Formula

We don't have to leave our comfort zone just because we've left the house. In this post, Christina shows us two more ways a loungewear base can take us from hanging out to running around.

Her first look begins with a simple white tank top and boyfriend jeans.

Next come taupe ankle boots and a classic white shirt. A button-front shirt is great for adding structure to an otherwise soft or slouchy look, and Campbell & Kate shirts are especially suited for big bust layering because:

From Lounging Around to Getting Around, Refine Your Large Bust Look without Sacrificing Comfort

What's the best part about working from home? Being able to wear the most comfortable clothes in your closet! If you've ever tried it, however, you know there's one drawback--it can feel brutal to transition to a more polished public look.

Thanks to tips from our stylist Christina, you don't have to compromise comfort to run around town. She's put together great layering looks that begin with loungewear for the base. Today's look starts with a soft dolman top over leggings.

To make it city-ready, she slipped a classic white shirt from Campbell & Kate under the striped tee. Next, she added a chunky link necklace on top and black ankle boots on the bottom.

Let's Soar into the New Year!

Happy new year! This weekend I discovered Louise Thaden, the winner of the first women’s transcontinental air derby in 1929.

 

Full Bust Style & Substance from Misty Knight and Simone Missick

Marvel's Netflix shows have been so bleak (Jessica Jones) and violent (Daredevil) that at first I stayed away from Luke Cage. Then I caught Detective Misty Knight's breakaway scene on the basketball court. Tough, strong, and smart, she is a force to be reckoned with. She also happens to be busty. In other words, she is exactly the kind of woman I design my shirts for, and I had to watch every episode after that.

On the show, Misty usually wears the standbys that many busty women rely upon: an open blazer over a knit top.

Big Bust Fall Dressing: 3 Essential Pieces 4 Ways

Our stylist Christina has really outdone herself this week. Last time she showed you how to wear a bust-friendly sweater dress in four different settings. Now she takes a team of ankle booties, DVF mini crossbody bag, and leather jacket through four lifestyle levels.

Level 4: Formal/Dressy

Level 3: Night out

Here Christina introduces one more essential piece that belongs in everyone's closet: a long tank top. She likes the way it camouflages a tummy, and it's great for layering under and over other pieces (like a button-front shirt from Campbell & Kate!).

Big Bust Fall Dressing: Four Looks with One Sweater Dress

Last week we walked you through a "lifestyle levels" analysis that will help you choose the best finds for your full bust this fall. This week, our resident stylist Christina shows us what we can do with a sweater dress. Since knit fabrics are a busty woman's BFF, odds are good you can find a great sweater dress that will fit your large chest and be a wardrobe workhorse this season.

Level 4: Formal/Dress-up

If the sweater dress that fits you happens to have a crew neck, all is not lost. Christina uses necklaces and scarves to break up the "boob mountain" that big-busted women get from high necklines.

 

Level 3: Night out

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