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    People On Twitter Are Talking About ASOS' New Collection Specifically Made For Big Boobs

    If you're top heavy, you know how hard it can be to shop for tops. Well, ASOS has a solution and it's all Twitter can talk about.

    ASOS has launched a new size-inclusive collection, ASOS Design Fuller Bust, specifically for women with big boobs, and honestly, it's about time!


    The brand has always been extremely inclusive in their sizing and model casting, and the new range makes sure women who wear cup sizes DD-G can find chic clothes on a budget.


    People on Twitter were excited about the launch, like @IndiaBenjamin who realized this news was JUST what they needed:

    ASOS doing a full range of fuller bust clothes and bikinis is the good news I've been waiting for all year

    This twitter user shared how the collection will help solve problems that come with being big-chested:

    I am dead excited about the @asos "fuller bust" range. Huge boobs are a PITA when it comes to buying clothes designed for size 8 models. Gaping holes in button-down tops and blouses, floaty tops just hang off them making me look like a tent, and forget about just going braless...

    @Nicoleforemanx noted how they wouldn't have to "size up anymore":

    PSA: asos has now brought out a line of fuller bust tops so that we won't need to size up anymore omg this is the happy ending to 2018 we all deserved ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜

    Or fight "the buttons of my top" said @lemonmon:

    I just want to fully appreciate @ASOS for making fuller bust button down shirts. I can go to work without feeling like my chest is going to she hulk the buttons of my top now ๐Ÿ˜‚

    @Sophiebandjunky doesn't have to decide "between bras and rent" anymore and I am HERE for the blessing:

    Thankyou @ASOS for the Fuller Bust range. You have saved my life. I no longer have to decide between bras and rent

    Others pointed out they would love to see more models on the larger end of the bust spectrum wearing some of the options.

    So ASOS have a new fuller bust range which is amazing if you have bigger boobs, but surely they could get someone with an actual โ€˜fullโ€™ bust to model it? Like yeah they look great on these girls with Dโ€™s but what will it look like on anything bigger than an E?? I need to know pls

    After my initial excitement on discovering the ASOS full bust range, Iโ€™m a bit disappointed. The range only goes up to a G cup and there are so few items. We need a greater selection and more boob room! #asos

    We do know that unfortunately manufacturing quality clothes that are affordable and size-inclusive takes time, but based on ASOS' track record, we have faith that more bust sizes are in the near future.