A large bust size isn’t always welcomed with open arms. In fact, there are plenty of women just like you who absolutely loathe the idea of having breasts that are similar to to carrying two massive infants on their chest. To put it simply, a lot of women hate their large bust, but we’re here to change that. It’s all about self-acceptance and loving your body just the way it is. Here are two of our favourite ways we learned to love our large bust.

Your Bra Will Change Your Life

Bras are always important, but even more so for larger busts because you need the added support and comfort, but it goes much deeper than that.

The right bra can actually make you fall in love with your breasts all over again. How in the world is this possible, you ask? When you feel comfort, you feel better, and you radiant much more confidence. In other words, having your heavy breasts droop down to your waist because you’re wearing a poor quality bra is one sure fire way to make you feel lousy about your body. Your bra plays a huge part in the way you look and feel, and simply opting for a large cup size bra style that speaks to you could really be the cure to feeling bad about your bosoms.

It’s similar to wearing a fancy frilly dress, or wearing an outfit from the Paper Bag Princess’. You’re obviously going to feel better about yourself, your body and your boobs when you look good.  It’s all about confidence, girl!

Figuring out Big Boobs takes Time

With so much on the front of your body, it can be hard to figure out what to actually do with them. Mistakes are bound to happen. Many women with a large cup size have only ever worn sports bras because they thought those were the only styles that could possibly be comfortable and supportive. Oh, how surprise they were when they discovered Anita Collection – a brand catering to supportive and stylish large cup sizes. Other women struggle with finding fashion that flaunts their silhouette flawlessly, or struggle with finding a way to show off their large bust in a way that makes them feel good.

Needless to say, it takes some time to figure them out. For some, it happens within the first years, and for others, they continue to struggle until they hear these wise words from yours truly.

So, don’t get down on yourself, hating on your luscious lady lumps because something within your wardrobe isn’t working for you, or your bras are a drag – pun intended. Instead, do some research; try on different styles and learn what works for your body. Just because something works for your big bust “breastfriend” doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll be the best option for you. As soon as you start to see the incredible shape, support and style you’ve been missing, you’ll start radiating that well-deserve confidence and self-love.

So remember, there is a way to feel great about your large breasts. You just have to give it some time, dedication and be positive . Stay optimistic and learn how to love and accept your body by starting with a good bra. It’s a vital stepping-stone to a positive self body-image.


  1. That is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever read. I want to thank you for such a positive message. I’ve struggled for years. I want to say, I’ve learned by reading a lot and especially by listening to others experiences. I would like to share one thing that i learned that changed everything for me. I’ve always dispized minimizer bras. I hate being squished flat and having everything pushed under my arms. I felt like I was so wide I wouldn’t be able to get through the door. Then I read that if you want a slimmer appearance, try a bra with great side support. It will project your bust forward. At first i thought well, i certainly don’t want to make myself look even larger busted, but I’ll try. Well, Omgosh! Instead of feeling that i appeared wide from the front, I actually look much slimmer in this style. Under clingy tops îs where I saw the biggest difference. Since then, I’ve found many great bras with this feature, and i feel beautiful. Thank you Anita, for the most amazing lingerie.

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