Why do all the padded bust clothes have such low necklines, backs out and skin showing? So ironic, the padding is for modesty, but none of such clothes are very modest in my opinion.
Some girls don't need to wear bras, but just need some padding to hide nipples. But most padded tops and dresses end up showing so much skin, you have to wear camis underneath and bolero tops on top. In the summer time its hot, and I don't feel like wearing extra clothes. Also, I don't want so much skin showing. Some tops have padding, but they're actually underwire bras (the horror). Shelf bras have no padding.
Does anybody have links for capped sleeve tops, with neckline about 2-3 fingers above boob cleavage with padding in the breast area, with no wires? I GUARANTEE YOU THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT EXIST. A money making idea, if I say so myself.
Does anybody have links for padded camisoles (spaghetti tops) with a straight neckline, padded bust, and petite length rather than tunic like covering your butt (so annoying stuffing all that extra fabric into pants).
I just want something comfortable, where I don't have to be afraid to bend over, my nipples aren't showing through, people aren't gawking at all the skin I have out, and I don't have to wear extra pieces or layers. At worst, I'll just have to tailor all my clothes-- have some lady sew breast pads into everything. Such a pain!!
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I mean, I found this in literally 8 seconds of searching the internets www.bebe.com/REYNA-SQUARE-NECK-DRESS/104770.pro
That neckline still might be a bit low, for the specs you gave, but... 8 seconds. (:
I have a girlfriend who wears this kind of stuff. She has a few tops that are exactly what yr describing, here. I can ask her what brands she usually goes for, if yr interested?
Also, you might just want to sew in the pads yrself. As long as yr not putting the stitching all the way through to the front... you don't have to be that neat with it. LOL1
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