The title is strange, but the sentiment behind it is completely sane. Let us explain.
Certain designers call for a degree of restraint in the cleavage department. Think Vanessa Bruno, Isabel Marant and let’s be honest probably three quarters of all the high end fashion designers out there at the moment. Nothing is going to look worse than an unruly bosom trying to lurch itself over this season’s Marni dress. For this purpose a bra that offers support, keeps you perky yet adds little volume is what is called for. For us the Cosabella Soire moulded bra fits this job perfectly. It comes in a range of colors, but it’s superfine signature mesh offers a natural finish and looks great under clothes.
For something with a little more fashion edge why not try Lascivious’s Bang Bra, it goes up to an E cup and offers sleek design, perfect under this season’s halter necks.
Thankfully, however, there are a few designers that embrace a woman’s curves; Roland Mouret, Dolce & Gabanna, Herve Leger. These designers really work hard to emphasize a woman’s waist and create that desirable hourglass shape. To create the illusion of a smaller mid-section make sure that your bosoms are suitably lifted, with some strategic padding to give you a beautifully rounded shape.
We are total devotees of Fleur of England’s Crush signature padded balcony (below). It fulfils all the functions mentioned, without giving you that strange trussed up turkey look that you find with so many high street lingerie brands.
So it is possible to get different boobs for different looks but make sure you start with the right bra for the best shape.