I've always been very torn when it came to my feelings about my boobs. At the same time that big boobs can be a gift and get you things, they come with their own set of challenges. Here's just a few I've encountered.
1. Button up shirts are your mortal enemy.
I love how polished I look in button ups, but when you can see my cleavage in between the buttons they aren’t so practical.
2. Bras in your size will cost you an arm and a leg.
Stores rarely carry your size and the ones that do know how hard they are to find so they casually jack up the price just because they can.
3. Cute bras are impractical.
It all comes down to fashion vs. function. Could I have a cute lacy bralette with a plunging back? Yes. Do I want to deal with the back and shoulder pain? Hell no.
4. “Let’s go for a run.”
It’s going to take me 20 minutes and a little bit of sweat to strap these bowling balls down so I don’t get a black eye. Can’t we just do some aerobics?
5. Every shirt, dress and blouse that isn’t a turtleneck is overtly sexual.
Yes, I know my boobs are out. No, that is not an invitation to look.
6. “Why would you get a breast reduction! You’re so lucky!”
I’m sorry you hate the thought of me losing my boobs, but my back muscles don’t.
7. “Why don’t you get a reduction if your back hurts so much!”
- Do you know how much reductions cost? B. MAKE UP YOUR DAMN MIND.
8. Any t-shirt dress or flowy shirt makes you look huge.
They just hang off your boobs and show nothing else. You can put a belt on but then it just looks like you’re putting your boobs on a platter to be stared at.
9. Bikinis are a nightmare.Strapless bikinis slide down. String bikinis make your boobs look saggy. Bikinis that would actually support you don’t come in your size.
But regardless of your cup size, you rock what you've got!