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How big is the “right size” for breasts?

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Maid Marion:
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/761752/paige-spiranac-boobs-real-size-golf/
"My boobs are real. I've never had my breasts done.

"They are as real as they could be - they do fluctuate in size a lot. This is just a thing that happens for women.

"My breasts get larger depending on the time of the month, they can go up two cup sizes. Also, if I gain weight they get bigger, if I lose weight they get smaller."

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ChrissyRyan:

--- Quote from: Maid Marion on August 14, 2021, 04:31:13 pm ---https://www.the-sun.com/sport/761752/paige-spiranac-boobs-real-size-golf/
"My boobs are real. I've never had my breasts done.

"They are as real as they could be - they do fluctuate in size a lot. This is just a thing that happens for women.

"My breasts get larger depending on the time of the month, they can go up two cup sizes. Also, if I gain weight they get bigger, if I lose weight they get smaller."

Video blogger answers this question.

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I do not see THAT much of a difference.  We are all different though.
I cannot imagine even what I would look like with a D or a DD cup.  I am a B cup.


Chrissy

angelats:
Hello ChrissyRyan, you wrote:


--- Quote from: ChrissyRyan on July 28, 2021, 09:09:47 pm ---...
I think if you are happy with them, regardless of size, then at least for the moment, that is the right size.
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I agree that the right size is important, but would like to add that it is important that the breasts fit the body.

Some male torsos, to my knowledge, cause female breasts to look slightly different. The breasts stand apart or peek out, for example.

I may be wrong about this, and I know little about it, but this is part of my fears that also keep me from transitioning. Perhaps medical professionals can change that.

With kind regards
Angelats

Maid Marion:
https://www.stitchfix.com/women/blog/fashion-tips/a-guide-to-necklines/

The neckline of your clothes can make a big difference in how folks look at  your breasts.
A plunging neckline will draw attention to them.  I'd avoid crew necks if you want to look feminine.

The juniors' department has flattering cuts for small breasts.

Marion

Pammie:

--- Quote from: Maid Marion on August 15, 2021, 06:41:09 am ---https://www.stitchfix.com/women/blog/fashion-tips/a-guide-to-necklines/

The neckline of your clothes can make a big difference in how folks look at  your breasts.
A plunging neckline will draw attention to them.  I'd avoid crew necks if you want to look feminine.

The juniors' department has flattering cuts for small breasts.

Marion

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I often think we focus far too much on breasts and it’s a very masculine thing. There are many things that define femininity and I don’t think having boobs as big as possible is even one of them . As MM said neckline helps enhance the look


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