But: dressing well while busty can be a challenge because so many clothes are made with other body shapes in mind — and for work it can be particularly trying since so many conservative styles are rooted in menswear.
Furthermore, if you wear something that obviously does not fit or has fit issues (gaping, pulling) it reflects a judgement call.
Waist size is meaningless unless you take all of the other measurements into consideration (height, hips, shoulders, etc.) It’s not about weight or waist size, it’s about ratios.
(Again, that’s not a slam against women who are naturally very skinny.
(This is an added note: To the women who are naturally skinny like a runway model, there’s nothing wrong with that.
My only point here is to women whose bodies don’t look like a runway model’s and feel they need to in order to get the best guy.) While I’m on the subject, most of the female celebrities that pop up on tabloids for getting super skinny also look horrifying to me…
Contrast A-Cup Angst and Big Breast Pride and compare D-Cup Distress.
They also avoid many symptoms of D-Cup Distress, and have an advantage in playing sports where big breasts might get in the way.In other words, a woman who is the same size as another woman but has a higher amount of muscle than the other woman will actually weigh more than the less muscular woman.So even though the woman looks better, she steps on the scale, sees a number she doesn’t like and then gets discouraged.So it’s really important to realize that whatever a particular man prefers, he probably wants you to have a little more meat on your bones than you think he ideally wants.(This study and others can be found in The Evolution of Desire by David M Buss) Now I am not saying go cancel your gym membership and eat a tub of ice cream on the couch.