WHETHER they're too big or too small, feeling uncomfortable with the size of your breasts is a struggle all too many women are familiar with. But now four brave women have dared to go topless in front of each other to discuss their greatest body hang-ups - and one with a coveted DD cup size revealed she even has to use DUCT tape to keep her breasts in place. But while the two women agree that a "C cup" would be their dream bra size, both Emily and Saturday have taken extreme measures to alter their cleavage. In contrast, flat-chested Saturday said she was envious of Emily's cleavage and would find the experience of switching bodies "so much fun". She said: "There are so many outfits I would want to wear and to have sexy 'boob out' shirts that I don't have to corset myself into. Revealing how she sometimes wears corsets to increase her cleavage, Saturday said she has to wear "really tight dresses" that "push" her boobs in to create the illusion of having bigger breasts. But while Emily's DD breasts are what many women dream of, she revealed her ample cleavage often restricts her fashion choices.
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Myth No.2 - DD cup is huge
A huge proportion of American women are not happy with their breasts. The media images make them believe the ideal is big and perky breasts with a small nipple and areola. But, in reality female breasts come in all kinds of sizes and shapes. These breast pictures are here to let you see normal breasts — big, small, sagging, asymmetrical; big areolas or nipples. In fact, having asymmetrical breasts, where one is bigger than the other, is very very common.
It's time to bust the DD boob myth
Skip navigation! Story from Shopping. Here's a shopping truth: Finding bras that are both supportive and stylish is trickier when your breasts are a DD cup or higher. Seeing that as a challenge rather than a sad fact of life, we went straight to the bra-fit experts at Panache , ThirdLove , Wacoal , and Eveden to find the most comfortable, flattering, and fashion-forward intimates in sizes starting at DD. A successful search starts with fit.
Do you think you know what a D cup looks like? So you may be shocked to know that in the grand scheme of things, a D cup is actually on the smaller side. How big are they really? What do we mean by this?