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Steer clear of high necklines. It might seem logical to cover your cleavage to de-emphasize a large bust, but high cut necklines often form an unflattering shelf on your chest with the fabric. A modest neckline is the most flattering for the large-busted woman.

• Try a strapless dress. Take advantage of the fact that you have enough up top to hold up a strapless dress. This style also focuses attention on your shoulders and face and away from your bust. Unlike flat-chested girls, curvy women aren't required to constantly tug on a sagging strapless dress.

• Skip necklines that have ruffles, beading, sparkles or other detail that draw attention to your bust. Instead, opt for a dress with an interesting waist accent or hemline detail that causes the eye to move away from the area you want to de-emphasize.

• Accessorize with earrings rather than necklaces. A dangly or sparkly necklace that lies on your chest will cause people to notice an ample bosom. Play up your face with flashy earrings or hair accents rather than a necklace that draws attention to your bust.

Cocktail dresses will always be the staple dress in every woman's life. Whether it may be prom, wedding party, graduation party, birthday party, art gallery opening or bachelorette, these particular dresses are still used today. Most major department stores will stock a variety of cocktail dresses or cocktail gowns for customers who may need it for special occasions.


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