Style Guide: The Smaller Bust
(A-B Cups) Whether you prefer to enhance what you have or embrace your smaller bust, these simple styling tips will help..
A smaller chest requires less support, meaning you can get away with minimal coverage – think revealing tops and low-cut necklines.
Tops with embellished detailing, bows and patterns will create the illusion of a fuller bust.
Triangle tops can also create the illusion of curves.
Bra tops, halter tops and padded push-up tops offer extra lift to help accentuate cleavage.
A smaller bust means you can pull off scoop tops or bandeaus — embrace them!