Should Big Busted Women wear low cut blouses in Public?

United States
November 18, 2006 3:28pm CST
I have big boobs. Mother nature overdid it with me. I do not believe in letting it all hang out in public and do not wear low cut shirts or blouses. I have seen women wear blouses that were cut so low it barely covered their brownies. Cover up people....if you want to look at yourself half-naked....do it at home.
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@LadyCroft (706)
• Australia
19 Nov 06
I have to agree.... It makes me sick the way some mutton dress.... the life of denial. YES you will grow old and YES if you have more than enough up top, we dont need to see it. but its not only the low cut tops is the hipsters with the love handles hanging over the side Please ladies DRESS ACCORDING TO YOUR WEIGHT AND AGE!!!!!
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• United States
19 Nov 06
Spandex and spaghetti straps don't look good on everyone. It is all in the presentation.
• Australia
19 Nov 06
AJTR - Angelina Jolie - Tomb Raider
LMAO... I am not sure spandex looks good on ANYONE~!~~~~ hmmmm except Angelina Jolie of course... LOL
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@canadabis1 (1955)
• Canada
19 Nov 06
lol...Is this a trick question????...I vote...YES!...lol
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@rawpoet (2048)
• United States
19 Nov 06
Why am I not surprised? LOL!
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• Canada
20 Nov 06
I gotta be me!...my first initial is D...coincedence?...I think not!..lol
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• Abbotsford, Wisconsin
19 Nov 06
To me it does not matter the size of the bust. I believe in being modest or remaining covered in public places, so as long as it is not to revealing and people are comfortable and the wearer is comfortable, people have their right to wear what they want, and everyone else has the right to go ... Oh My... Look at what they are wearing quick don't look oh .. boy... :) .... As long as everyone is comfortable. And people know they have the right to turn away and not look. I do not have a problem with it. - DNatureofDTrain
• United States
19 Nov 06
Very well said. Thank you for you comment. I appreciate it when someone actually puts some thought into a response.
• United States
18 Nov 06
As long as they are not breaking any obscenity laws, they have a right to wear what they want. I have seen other "fashion" that is even more reveling. Just because you don't do something doesn't mean no one should.
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• United States
18 Nov 06
I guess I should have have been more specific with my public places...like shopping for groceries, or to a department store. I wear certain fashions to certain places.
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• United States
19 Nov 06
True. But be careful of pushing your views onto others. Not everyone sees things the same way.
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@CrashO (698)
• Romania
19 Nov 06
I think anyone should wear how they like to look and thinks its ok, i don't mind.. :)
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• United States
19 Nov 06
Well if they are dressing for a wet t-shirt contest yes. But to go grocery shopping?
@kaspyv (1011)
• United States
19 Nov 06
I have been blessed with double D's and sometimes I wear things that are slightly revealing, but never really low cut. Like they say "sometimes less is more"
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• United States
19 Nov 06
Bravo. I have the double d's too. I get enough looks without hanging it all out for public display. A sharp dressed person gets more looks than someone who lets it all hang out.
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• United States
24 Nov 06
he he.... dh and I were shopping at walmart and up comes this lady who was showing everything she had... Granted she was big busted but she was also big waisted and big butted.. he he and well ah it wasn't a pretty situation.. Dh and I both looked and each other and broke out in hysterics..I couldn't help it and either could he....If someone wants to wear something that reveals their big busts...than its okay to me but be forewarned in alot of situations they think they may be getting looked at in a certain way but in alot of cases they are being looked at like Ooh... gross....I know that dh doesn't mind seeing a nice set of boobs when they are properly adorned and I being his wife do not care....I just tell him please don't gawk.. look and turn away...however I do agree with your post....people should take into consideration in certain places there are children out there...
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@gifana (4838)
• Portugal
24 Nov 06
I can't stop laffing.......ROFLMAO
@alchemistrx (2625)
• Philippines
25 Nov 06
Big busted women should not wear low cut blouses in public. Although I don't have big busts, I prefer to wear a decent attire when i'm in public.
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@ainpat (280)
25 Nov 06
maybe in other countries women can wear such dresses, but in my country women shouldn't wear such dress,it's against my culture,maybe it depends on anyone's culture. In the church that I'm a member in, it's God's law to make sure that our clothings should be moderate.
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• Australia
25 Nov 06
I think it's up to the Individual, If you want to wear low cut go ahead and if you don't ...Then Don't.
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@mouse69 (624)
24 Nov 06
yess
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@mtdewgurl74 (18124)
• United States
24 Nov 06
I wear a D cup and my mom wears a E cup and she always likes to wear v-cut blouses,t-shirts,sweaters and i never did. But I think people should wear what makes them feel good and comfortable and alot of woman want to get noticed and feel sexy so for them thats hte low cut blouses what gets you noticed more than that? Besides the high cut skirts. Me i'm not comfortable with low cuts but I'm not going to tell someone they can't wear something like that just because I disagree with it.
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• United States
24 Nov 06
I dont think there is anything wrong with it. i wear low cut shirts all time you just have to be fashionable. If i am wearing something low cut i will not wear a short skirt with it. I personally think its one or the other unless your at a club or bar,
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@icequeen (2843)
• Canada
19 Nov 06
I agree...I myself have a pretty big bust...and I never wear anything low cut. Also...my boyfriend would not let me anyway...I think that a little cleavage is okay..but when it is absurdly in your face then it is too much....
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• United States
19 Nov 06
Personally, I couldn't care less what "big busted" women wear (I'm a hetero chic so I'm not checking them out). But, what irritates me is when a women with a large chest wears a shirt that looks like it belongs to her 12 year old sister, then gives men dirty looks for oogling her goodies. If you put your merchandise on display, people are going to window shop.
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@gifana (4838)
• Portugal
24 Nov 06
small, medium or large dont make no difference no how. I think the key word here that should be taken into consideration is "MODESTY". Nobody uses it anymore. It was a big think in my day. There was a song in the 40's about modesty..... Eve wasn't modest till she ate that apple That ole apple was to blame. The minute that she ate it She felt humiliated And hid behind the apple tree Til darkness came Now if one little apple Made that first girl modest It ought to work now and well as then If every mother's daughter Wear dresses any shorter They'll have to pass the apple again. Nuff said.
@gifana (4838)
• Portugal
24 Nov 06
During WWI dresses were shorter because materials were needed to make more uniforms for the troops.....after the war was over the skirt hems were lowered again to well below the knees
• United States
25 Nov 06
wow... a history lesson... and it makes sense...and I do agree with you.... modesty goes along ways....I would feel funny having people gawk at me because my boobs were pretty much exposed to the public...but dh tells me that man can't help it its like a trait they are born with.. he he...Like i said... as long as you do it inconspiculously(sp) I do not care...My thought is why would a woman want a man to look at her like she is a peice of meat. We have people out there that say men looking at nudy magazines are awful because they are only looking at women because of their outside beauty...I mean most men do not look at nudy magazines and say oh what a beautiful peice of art....alot of people say these women are being exploited.. I disagree these women are exploiting themselves. No one is making them pose for these pictures.... So again I ask the question, why would you want someone looking at you like a peice of meat?
@GardenGerty (74224)
• Marion, Kansas
19 Nov 06
I think some people mistake being noticed for being admired, They do not realize how they look even if they look in the mirror. It is nice to leave SOMETHING to the imagination, and probaly attracts more notice.
• United States
19 Nov 06
Great comment Gertie. Loved it.
@shadowauror (1517)
• India
25 Nov 06
Well the way people wanna look is their personal prefference ... if they wanna do it let them ... theyre just using theyre freedom of expressing themselves ..if u dont wanna do it then dont ... let them be!!
@brendalee (6085)
• United States
25 Nov 06
I honestly don't pay attention to what other people are wearing unless a male points it out to me.lol.
@carmat (2850)
• Canada
24 Nov 06
If you got it and want to show it go ahead