Their are several sources of attraction on this earth, and not all of them are rewarding. Take for example the interplay between the earth itself and a matron's chest. Recall that gravity is the force of attraction between two objects. The planet Earth acting as paramount, pulling its inhabitants and in this case, their terra tangeant bosoms towards its prodigious center. But ahh...., not all gravities are created equal. Gravity's force is proportional to the product of the participating masses. Less masseous bosoms = less powerful gravity. And should your upper trunk reach into celestial heights, gravity's effect continues to diminish as the square of the distance increases. So whether we're talking about literal or metaphorical apples, Newton's law applies to your benefit. Your back need only grapple casually against the grabby earth resulting in superior comfort and sprightly shape.
The lightly endowed pixie, can jump on a trampoline or sprint on pavement the second she slips off her pumps. AA & A chests have spontaneous benefits over the latter letters of the alphabet.
Now leaving the practical aside, let's address aesthetics. Honor the elegance of a subtly lined body, over whose angles certain garments drape more finely. Sometimes va's and voom's interrupt the architecture of a garment. If you don't believe me, believe the gamine effect of Audrey Hepburn or Natalie Portman.
Leaving our strongly supported case for delicate elegance, lets discuss proper dressings. The truth is this, there is not a single bra that will work in every occasion. That applies to every letter in the mammary family. Below are suggestions for building the nymphet's bra trousseau.
You alone can obtain all the support you need from a diaphanous soft cup like the Soft Illusions Bralette. And contrary to what your Auntie tells you, you can in fact wear this to full allure. Particularly if you have narrow hips balanced against the line of a narrow bust. The smooth seamless jersey will divulge nothing of your sensitive secrets below. And if Auntie needs another counterpoint to "you'll never attract a man in a training bra," tell her the seduction of transparency can be just as flirtatious as bulging contours.
Now suppose you are at the opera in your fancy schmancy dress. As you dawn your equally fancy shmancy bra, remember the term "balconette" comes from gentleman in the balcony of a theater looking down upon ladies. A balconette bra had the advantage of invisibility from above. With this in mind you might reconsider the depth of your neckline.
But regardless of what you choose to expose to the upper seats, the horizontal line of a demi cup combined with underwire structure will give you lift and expose what gravity has little hold upon.
If your ultimate goal is overall volume, leave the bralette and balonette in the top drawer and pull out your push up bra. Auntie is now smiling. And it's true the plunge on the Lucia Bra with an immediate seam between the cups creates maximum volume and decollete. And if you feel like your bust is disproportionate to your hip line this may be particularly helpful for you.
Now, what to put on top of your bra? Your optimum option is actually full coverage. This isn't the same as hiding. The fabrics should still make contact with your form. What a high neckline creates is an uninterrupted line of your ethereal body bends. Which is far more tempting than gaping overexposure. Try boat necks, crew necks, turtle necks, basically aim for the vicinity of your neck.
My nymphets, embrace your dainty femininity. And may I suggest indulging in some virtual shopping at Lula Lu, which specializes in petite lingerie.