Let's talk about boobs again.
My boobs are wreaking havoc on my daily outfit choices.
Everything in my closet fits just fine over the bump.
I have dresses that emphasize the bump, dresses that hide the bump, dresses that I can wear over the bump for MONTHS still.
But the girls, the girls not so much.
It would seem that small chested girls dress differently than large chested girls. Perhaps all you large chested girls were already aware of this, but it never occurred to me that I would grow out of clothes because of MY BOOBS. I was preparing for a bump explosion out of the clothes, not a boob explosion.
Small chested girls can flaunt what they got without looking slutty, tight tops and low cut tops we can get away with easily because we don't have much chest to show off. But large chested girls, large chested girls gotta keep those babies under wraps APPARENTLY, or buy clothes that are bigger than size S just to fit the knockers in comfortably and to keep from straining their clothes to within an inch of their life.
I'm discovering that I without fail dress for my FORMER small chested body and that all of my small chested girl dresses have a little bit of a theme going on.
They're tight on top.
And looser on the bottom.
This is of course on purpose, at least I know now I dress for my body type. Tight on top (or low cut) because I'm small and I'm emphasizing the smallest part of me, then flowing on the bottom because I hate my thighs.
I'm a fan of empire waists and baby doll dresses.
Totally perfect style for a bump btw.
But my wardrobe has no room for giant ta-tas. The tops are SO TIGHT. So tight that the dresses start to dig into my armpits. Or the girls are so squished in there that I have cleavage coming out of what used to be a very cleavage less dress. In a nutshell, the yabbos are making me UNCOMFORTABLE on a daily basis.
I'm not sure what the solution is to this.
I don't think maternity clothes are the answer, my bump is tiny and have you seen how much fabric maternity dresses have??? I know they are also a bit roomier in the chest for just the situation I'm describing but I gotta have a bump to match the bosom for maternity dresses to really be the answer.
It seems a bunch of you other preggos already belonged to the big booby club, are you running into this problem as well or are your clothes so well designed for giant ta tas that they have room for extra growth? And small chested preggos what about you? Are your boobs making your clothes uncomfortable long before the bump?
Clearly a shopping trip is in order I'm just very undecided as to what style of dress I should now be looking for. Or is a bigger size the answer? Ugh, so many questions!! What's a formerly small chested turned large chested girl to do?