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    17 Of The Best Places For People With Big Boobs To Shop Online In 2018

    The most boob-friendly stores you can find!

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    We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the best stores for people with big boobs. Here are their amazing suggestions:

    1. ModCloth for cute and trendy dresses and blouses straight out of your favorite sitcom.,

    "They generally have outfits that will fit over my sizable (38FF) chest without trouble!" —ktjuju

    Why it's great: The website has a range of styles from vintage-like to cute and bubbly, as well as diverse sizing, which is very important for your boobs.

    Stuff we like: Wrangler ringer T-shirt for $19.99 (left, sizes L–4X, orginally $35), all eyes on unique glow-in-the-dark dress for $89 (right, sizes XS–3X), tiger lilies midi skirt for $59 (sizes XXS–4X), and a read it and steep romper for $39.99 (sizes XS-4X).

    2. Fashion to Figure for actually good-looking plus-size clothing options. I know, that's ridiculously rare.


    Why it's great: They have a unique sizing system that specializes in plus-size measurements, as well as being just as on-trend as straight sizes.

    Stuff we like: kacie striped midi dress fpr $19.99 (left, orginially $48.90 sizes 0-2) striped jumpsuit for $41.23 (right, orginally $58, sizes 0-3), floral wrap dress for $29.99 (orginally $58.90, sizes 0-3), and a skyler mesh tunic for $31.12 (sizes 0-3 and three colors).

    3. White House Black Market for designer-looking clothes without spending designer-clothes money.,

    "They have such cute clothes... maybe a little more expensive, but the clearance is where it's at for dresses and flowy shirts." —alanna

    Why it's great: They have an amazing clearance section that goes up to at least 40 percent off... and I can't really do math, but that sounds like a decent amount.

    Stuff we like: trophy jacket for $160 (left, sizes 00-16), banded fit-and-flare dress for $180 (right, sizes 16W–24W), and a tiered-sleeve black knit shift dress for $88 (sizes XXS–XL).

    4. Charlotte Russe for amazing bralettes, dresses, and everyday wear.,

    "Charlotte Russe's bralettes are a life saver! They are the only ones that actually fit and have some support. I wear a 34DD and I only wear their bralettes!" —linnielamaster

    Why it's great: They have amazingly affordable clothes that almost always go on sale, so if you see a dress that seems too expensive now, have some patience and next week it might just be 20 percent off!

    Stuff we like: lace bralette for $14.99 (left, sizes S-XL), ruched wrap dress for $26.99 (right, sizes CS–XL and four colors), and a floral jumpsuit for $32.99 (sizes XS-XL).

    5. Figleaves for a bunch of two-piece swimsuits that'll actually support bigger bust sizes.,

    "Before my breast reduction I used to get all of my swimsuits off of Figleaves. They have such a large selection of cute swimsuits and they fit the top to your cup size so you don't have to guess if it will fit, you know it will!" —macyann27

    Why it's great: No more wondering about nip slips while you're out on the beach having a good time with these actual supportive bikini tops. That's all the reasons you need! But wait, there's more! The website sorts bathing suits by your body shape because obviously a peach-shaped person would look totally different than someone with an hourglass shape. Pretty fucking neat!

    Stuff we like: crop top bikini for $13.20 (right, originally $44, sizes 30D, 38E, D cup, E cup), and a tuscany one-piece swimsuit for $42 (sizes 10-22).

    6. Maurices for getting extra boob room in your blouses without getting a baggy waistline to go along with it!,

    "I'm a size L or XL everywhere except my chest. I hate buying a 2X and it being loose everywhere. I discovered that Maurices sells a plus-size 0. It's the same as a women's XL, except it has more room for the girls. I found a BUTTON-UP that I could wear. That hasn't happened since I was a kid!" —pamk

    Why it's great: The dresses are super cute, and they have the biggest collection of sleeveless button-ups I've ever seen.

    Stuff we like: 24/7 dolman crepe T-shirt for $20 (left, sizes XS-XXL and four colors), button-down shirt for $34 (right, plus sizes 0-3), and a critter v-neck tank for $26 (sizes XS-XXL).

    7. Torrid for an array of plus-size clothes ranging from super delicate to amazingly edgy, all while giving your boobies room to breathe!,

    "A little pricey, but so worth it. I've never bought something from there I didn't like." —jacindachristinep

    Why it's great: If you appreciate edgy clothing that rivals Elvira, while also looking delicate af, this might be the store for you. It also has a unique model search if you can't remember what garment you liked, but are really great with faces.

    Stuff we like: black jersey wrap dress for $68.90 (left, sizes 0-6), ivory floral top for $19.49 (right, sizes 0-6), and a black floral trapeze dress for $10.98 (sizes 00-6).

    8. Old Navy for cool workout bras that won't make your boobs jiggle (or—at the very least—they'll jiggle less) while getting your jog on.,

    "They have tall and plus sizes so I actually find the clothes fit me as I am tall and busty. You know the struggle, big boobs, but not much of a belly or bigger arms. Plus-size clothing stores never fit right because I do not have arms or belly to accommodate, so it's loose in all the wrong places. I would need to by a 3X from Addition Elle to get the same fit as an XL Tall from Old Navy." —meg

    Why it's great: Old Navy literally has everything from dresses, to button-ups, to workout clothes, and the clothes run a little large so there will definitely be room for your boobs to breathe.

    Stuff we like: plus-size racerback sports bra for $20.97+ (left, originally $42.99, sizes 1X-4X), plaid twill shirt for $29.99 (right, sizes XS-XXL and five colors), and a floral-paisley jumpsuit for $44 (orginally $47.99, available in sizes XS-XXL).

    9. Hot Topic for pop culture T-shirts that won't stretch horribly when they go over your tatas.,

    "Believe it or not, Hot Topic. Maybe not for the bathing suits and bras, but for T-shirts and dresses? Yeah! I have a couple T-shirts from there, and they fit wonderfully. I wear them all the time, and no design has been stretched out." —sydney

    Why it's great: Hot Topic isn't for your inner emo kid anymore, it's grown with you to transform into just the right amount of edgy to be likeable.

    Stuff we like: all men must die T-shirt for $18+ (left, sizes XS-2X), "Purple Rain" T-shirt for $17.52+ (right, orginally $21.90, sizes XS-L), and a Selena T-shirt for $21.90 (sizes XS-3X).

    10. Free People for carefree, boho clothing that's totally loose enough for your boobs, too.,

    "Free People, duh! Their nice and breezy clothing leaves a lot of room for the girls – not to mention they're always super fashionable and easygoing!" —madisaurus

    Why it's great: So many pretty dresses and rompers, in so many different colors. The rainbow envies them.

    Stuff we like: One More Time wrap dress for $148 (left, sizes S-L and three colors), Cables and Cables sweater dress for $228 (right, sizes XS–L), and the Siren Song boho dress for $225 (sizes XS–L).

    11. Nordstrom for sexy-ass lingerie and casual sports bras that definitely go past a DD.,

    "You can actually get bras that fit! And their women's clothing section is always on trend, and never chokes me." —graciee

    Why it's great: There's an abundance of fun and sexy lingerie that you can definitely mix and match to your desire.

    Stuff we like: Nubian Skin underwire bra for $49 (left, sizes 30E–40FF and four colors), Calvin Klein racerback bralette for $28 (right, sizes XS–XL), and an underwire crop camisole for $38 (sizes XS-L and five colors).

    12. Francesca's for that cool-girl look, because cool girls are fun and brilliant, right?,

    Raise your hands if you caught the Gone Girl reference.

    "Francesca's always has a selection that looks good on chestacular gals like myself!" —peggy

    Why it's great: They have a really legitimate back-to-school section of amazingly trendy clothes, as well as shoes, jewelry, and beauty items!

    Stuff we like: high neck floral maxi dress for $29.98 (left, orginally $48, sizes XS-L), off-the-shoulder top for $24.98 (right, originally $34, sizes XS-L), and a floral wrap dress for $29.98 (orignally $44, sizes XS-L).

    13. Cotton On for really comfortable and roomy shirts and dresses!,

    "For clothes, I've always had great luck at Cotton On! The sizes usually run really big, and the style of their clothes supports us bigger-busted ladies." —sarah

    Why it's great: Amazing, affordable T-shirts, as well as a variety of different brand name clothes for a steal.

    Stuff we like: Renee mock neck T-shirt for $14.95 (left, sizes XS-XL and five colors), woven Mimi midi dress for $34.95 (right, sizes XS-L and four colors ), and a Bex popover shirt for $24.95 (sizes XXS-XXL).

    14. Evereve for incredible and versatile tops and dresses that won't break the bank.,

    "I'm 18, but they make clothes specifically for moms and for some reason that means they get big boobs. I always buy my T-shirts and sweaters from there because they know what they are doing." —janna

    Why it's great: They have a decent amount of Wonder Woman shirts to make your heart sing as well as super cheap dresses that you'll wanna wear everywhere.

    Stuff we like: braided sweater for $79.20 (right, sizes XS-XL), back to basics tunic for $88.20 (sizes XS-L), and a passport plaid button down for $124.20 (sizes XS-L).

    15. LOFT for work-appropriate rompers and dresses with a decent amount of stretch around the bosom.,

    "Ann Taylor Loft has REALLY well-fitting tops and dresses!" —ktjuju

    Why it's great: Ann Taylor has clothes that your mom would approve of, while also being cute enough that they won't actually be in the back of your closet for all eternity.

    Stuff we like: lilac flutter dress for $79.50 (left, sizes XXS–XXL), wrap back dress for $69.50 (right, sizes 00–18), and a lilac garden blouse for $59.50 (sizes XXS-XXL).

    16. Anthropologie for when you wanna treat yourself to cool AF, Instagram-worthy outfits.,

    "I love Anthropologie, which can definitely be pricey. But all of their stuff eventually goes on sale, and I've found that most of their things fit me perfectly." —liman

    Why it's great: Really cool hippie-like clothes that are of great quality, but I mean, you get what you pay for amirite?

    Stuff we like: striped turtleneck for $88 (left, sizes XXS–XL), camilla pullover for $105 (right, sizes XS–L), and a patchwork tunic dress for $218 (sizes XXS–XL).

    17. Boohoo for clothing that'll have everyone asking "Where'd you get that?",

    "Boohoo! Their curve section is magic, plus the material stretches nicely across large chests." —squid

    Why it's great: An elaborate collection of casual, work and night wear as well as fashion and outfit inspiration on its site.

    Stuff we like: dipped hem maci dress for $32 (left, sizes 4–12 and three colors), striped color block top for $32 (right, sizes 2–10), and a plus crew neck sweater for $30 (sizes 12–20 and three colors).

    Have fun, babes!

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