This blog post is in collaboration with AX Paris 

Who else is big busted and proud? But I am sure we all also know how difficult it is to find flattering tops, dresses and lingerie. Now this neckline that has been floating around the internet recently is not only for bigger busted girls but merely allows us to be able to wear a low cut top and not worry about how much cleavage is on show. In a separate blog post I will go through some relatable things we all experience whilst being larger in the bust area – but for now we are addressing the things we can actually wear without people giving us the “side eye”.


At first I had associated this cut with a much older audience and thought maybe it wouldn’t be flattering for me however, I tend to follow women online that have similar attributes in terms of body shape and style. It wasn’t until I saw these women begin to model this style that I thought ” this may work for me too”.  Once AX Paris got in contact and I saw this dress in their new section I had to have it in my wardrobe and it was the best decision I had made.

This dress comes in a beautiful Silver colour along with many other options and I find this will be perfect for any Spring/Summer occasion. To add a casual feel to this outfit I paired this dress with point toed black heeled boots however, you can very easily switch it out for a pair of open toe heels to add some class to the dress. 

How do you guys like the modernised version of “the cold shoulder”? Is it something you will be adding to your collection this year? 



  1. April 15, 2018 / 6:24 pm

    Oh my gosh you look absolutely stunning! The ‘cold shoulder’ design really suits you, and that dress is such a lovely colour! I’d love to wear something in this style but I have the opposite problem – itty bitty committee and proud – so I don’t think it’ll be very flattering on me…

    • Taylor
      April 17, 2018 / 5:09 pm

      Thank you lovely! And maybe if you get a smaller size than your normal size it may be a perfect fit! try that babe!

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