the itty-bitty-titty committee.

Small boobs are in fashion.

I am 20 years old (21 next month) and I wear a size A or AA or… nothing. For all girls out there dying for a bit more boob – this post is for you.

I hit puberty super late. This meant while other girls were starting their period and starting to grow boobs I was left thinking and believing there is something internally wrong with me. I thought I was part man.

(If you don’t wanna read my babble… skip to the bottom to find out where you can get this look!)

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Well… turns out…. I am normal! I’m a woman!

I started getting my period when I was 14 and a half and my growth spurt towards the end of grade 9 (so I was almost 15). My body changed drastically. Going from a pretty short and chubby (If I am being kind) teen to a much healthier, taller one was pretty tough. People came back from exchange and didn’t know who I was – my uncle even introduced himself to me! The scary thing is that people today still think this transformation happened recently when it actually happened about 6 years ago.

ANYWAY, back to the boob. When they started developing, they seem to have just stopped. I used to think the one was small because I was kicked in my left boob with the heel of a character shoe. This is a shoe that we sometimes used in Salsa classes.  This was not the case, as the right boob didn’t seem to grow anymore either. I suppose I was expecting more by looking at the abundance if titty surrounding me in my family.

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So what I am trying to say is don’t let your boob size get to you. There are pros and cons to all shapes and sizes. I love that I can run without a sports bra, wear a bag dress and not worry about it making me look bigger than I am, that there are so many cute bralette options and I don’t have to worry about support. Of course, I sometimes wish I could have some cleavage, but for me, small boobs are just fine. Plus, I can comfortably wear dresses like this one without having to worry something is going to slip out.

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This dress is stunning. I love the pop of red and how good it makes me feel. The low cut is perfect for my body type and maintains its classy-ness while not being too… raunchy?

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Dress: H&M    |    Boots: Steve Madden    |    Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana (Sunglass Hut)

Lipstick: Boujee (Kylie Cosmetics)

Photographer: Casey Rautenbach

23 thoughts on “the itty-bitty-titty committee.

  1. This is a gorgeous dress, I love how you styled with those fringe booties! ❤

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  2. Yaaaas girl, I feel you! Small boob girl here. There are a lot of dresses that are comfortable for us to wear because we don’t have much! You look absolutely gorgeous in that dress! Love everything about it!

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    1. Aww thanks so much! Its so comfy – definitely going to be wearing it all of Spring and Summer 😀

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  3. Love the dress – that color is beautiful! It looks like a perfect fall look with those boots.

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    1. Yeah and floral is making a come-back big time! 😀

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  4. mydayinlosangeles August 24, 2017 — 11:50 pm

    Yay for small boobies!! Love this post and you look fab

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    1. Small boobies for the win! #makeslifeeasier

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  5. Omg I love your style and your dress! 😀

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    1. Thanks so much Joy! I’m a massive fan of red 😛

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  6. Omg love your dress! Super gorgeous and I love floral prints too – looks lovely and happy!

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    1. Thank yoooou! Hope you’re keen to follow my journey 😛 😀

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  7. Love your style. You are slaying your way in all of the pictures

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    1. Aww thanks so much! I’ll keep trying to slay 😛

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  8. I love that dress so much! and I have the opposite issue; the universe saw it fir to give me C cups by the end of 5th grade. Rough. As. Hell. I often wish I had a little bit less up top!

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    1. Well I sometimes wish I had the opposite! 😛 Grass is always greener!

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  9. Why care about whats in fashion really? Love yourself and have your own style for your own shape x

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  10. The Contemporary Pet August 26, 2017 — 3:56 am

    Love the dress. Feminine without being too “frilly.” The color is gorgeous on you!

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    1. You’re so sweet! Thanks so much 🙂

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  11. I have to say I never understood the fuzz about big boobs. I wish mine were smaller as all my life had the wrong kind of attention for them, never liked them like that. Having said that, beautiful dress and style!

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    1. All shapes and sizes are beautiful 🙂
      Thanks si much!

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  12. I’m glad that you feel empowering in your own body! #girlpower

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  13. Girl, I complain about my boobs all the time because they are uneven and I absolutely adore your dress

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