A FASHIONISTA has shared her must-try tips for finding stylish tops that flatter a fuller bust.
Asha (@ashacolette) revealed the features that she looks for when buying clothes that she plans to wear both with and without a bra.
She regularly shares her latest fashion finds on TikTok where she boasts hundreds of followers.
She took to the social media platform wearing a white vest top as she spoke candidly about the challenges of shopping with large boobs.
Her $16 Sheena long tank from Brandy Melville is available in one size.
Asha said: “I love to shop. I wear a 34F and I want to show you today how I find tops that fit me really well.
“So the first thing that you have to start off with is a really good bra.
“At age 19 I resigned myself to no longer shopping at Victoria’s Secret because they literally did not carry my size.
“I started shopping at stores, especially local stores, where I could find a good bra that fits.
“Starting with basics I love the look of just like a plain tank top or whatever.
“I buy a lot of my plain shirts from Brandy and as someone who wears a size 10 I think ‘oh it’s not going to fit me.’
“But they actually have really nice styles.
“So the first one that I’m wearing here is just a basic tank top.
“I love this top because I can see when I pick it up, yes I’m going to definitely be able to wear a bra with this.
“I’m gonna feel supported, so it’s perfect.”
Asha swapped out of the white tank top to wear a similar gray style which had thinner straps.
She explained that looking at the shape of the neckline can be useful for knowing how visible a bra will be with any top.
Opting for a long-sleeved brown top, she said: “The next thing I try to look out for is finding something with a square neck.
“This is just a little top from Aritzia. I love how flattering the neck is.
“Thankfully Aritzia also makes this in a tank top version which is very bra-friendly.”
The brown contour squareneck top from Aritiza comes in several other colors for $48 and is sold in sizes 2XS to 2XL.
The trendsetter then revealed that she also likes to buy tops that can be worn backward for a “modest” look.
She opted for a gray sleeveless tank top which perfectly covered her bra and explained that women with a big chest don’t always want to flaunt their breasts.
She said: “My next thing that I do is I look for tops that I know I probably won’t have to wear a bra with.”
Asha showed herself wearing a selection of figure-hugging corset tops which provided her with comfort and support.
She said: “I buy a lot of my corset tops from Reformation because I find that it’s the best quality for my body.
“It fits perfectly and I know it’s going to fit my chest.
“This is always what I reach for if it’s the summer, I’m feeling really hot and I don’t want to wear a bra.”
She added that double-lined linen tops as well as denim vests fit well and don’t need to be worn with a bra because of their constricting fabric.
She said: “Anything that’s like a corset style and holding you in is like the perfect top.”
Lastly, Asha donned a thin spaghetti strap top from Reformation which she said didn’t provide much support but still looked good.
She captioned the video: “How I find flattering tops for larger chests.”
She included the hashtags #fullerbustfashion, #fullerbustinspo, and #midsizefashion.
One person commented: “You are speaking to me girl.”
Another wrote: “Okay preach girl, so relatable to the girlies.”
A third said: “This really applies to me thank you so much.”
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