Tip: One of the things small-chested ladies really have going for them? Not worrying about falling out of a top with a plunging neckline. Follow the lead of your favorite stars and dare to do the deep V.
Tip: Just like tops with higher necks, tanks draw attention away from the middle and to the sides of your body, particularly your arms. Even better if you find a sleeveless shirt that can combine the two styles — it's the best of both worlds.
Tip: With so many gorgeous backs out there, why not take advantage and show off this sexy, underrated body part? If you're not willing to go completely braless, try some pasties or a sticky bra, both of which will help prevent any fashion mishaps.
Tip: One great way to show off your shape, no matter what your size, is going with clothing that's nipped at the waist. Peplum tops or fit-and-flare dresses will help give you an hourglass shape, thus making you appear larger on top.
Tip: While ladies with larger top halves fear baggy items make them look larger or lose the "oversize" factor altogether when stretching to cover, small-busted women have no need to worry. Take advantage. No one will be able to see what you're hiding under that sweater anyway.
Tip: Even if you're going for a work-appropriate look, it's best to avoid structured tops, which have the ability to flatten you out. Instead, go with something loose, like a wrap dress, which still has the same effect while being figure-flattering.
As most members of the itty-bitty committee well know, finding clothes that flatter smaller chests can oftentimes be a challenge. On one hand, you just want to wear what you want to wear - there's no real harm in that, right? But on the other, not all tops were created equal: stuff can either look way too baggy, make you appear flatter than you are, or feels like a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.
So what styles do look good - and fit well - if you're petite on top? Read on for a list of nine helpful tips, complete with links to shop.