Fashion wasn't really invented for the bigger boobed ladies. If, like Salma Hayek, Beyonce and Kelly Brook, you're anything higher than a C cup you might struggle to find an outfit that flatters your womanly figure.

You don't want to hide your assets but you don't want to have them right out there, a la Jodie Marsh. Finding the middle ground can be a bit of a struggle.

Be wary of pleating, ruffles or rouching on the bust, gathered material can make boobs look squashed and even bigger. It's best to avoid this trend altogether.

A scoop neck or square neck dress is much more flattering as it will show off just the right amount of cleavage.

One shoulder dresses are a big trend at the moment but for bigger boobed girls this is a hard trend to master as a strapless bra is just not your friend. There is a trick though, look for dresses with draping fabric over one shoulder and a bejewelled strap on the other. Or even better wear it over a top with detailed straps. trendy and supportive - perfect!

Jodie Marsh shows us how not to dress big boobs

Tempting as it is to cover up, polo neck tops should be out of bounds for you. This style makes the space between your boobs and neck look much bigger and creates a saggy boob effect, so not sexy. The same applies to a halterneck top, it makes your shape look top heavy, not a good look.

Wrap dresses were made for women with big boobs and flatter their shapes perfectly, emphasising your assets while cinching in the waist. Another good buy is an A-line shift dress with a band or belt under the boobs, this gives a perfectly sexy hourglass figure.

Finally, it may sound obvious but make sure you're wearing the right size bra, this will enhance your shape while keeping you comfortable. Unless you're wearing the correct bra, whatever you're wearing isn't going to look right.

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