Itty Bitty Titty Committee

Beauties! It’s Mondayyyy. Each week or so I want to zone in on an insecurity and start figuring out how to crush it. Literally suck the life out of it. This week I want to discuss what I can personally PUH-REACH on, “underdeveloped” boobs. I’m calling this, “Itty Bitty Titty Committee” because one of my first steps to accepting this part of my body was to joke about it, like most things. I’m speaking to my flat chested fashionistas and my absolutely attractive A cups (& small B πŸ™‚ ). I’ll bring in my best friends for the DD Divas another day ❀

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Miami Beach with my large breasted bestie & my padded bra. Perfect time and place to feel juvenile.

From a fashion standpoint, we are given many methods to try to enhance the size and appearance of this area. Countless articles are available that “prove” the validity of this cream or that cream and we’re shown how to look bustier by scooping and adding or bringing the back side of our bra straps inward. Unfortunately, none of the articles talk about the benefits of having your boobs appear the way they are. If you genuinely desire larger breasts and would like to have surgery that’s completely ok, I’m not judging that at all. I’ve been there and at times I still go to that place in my mind. Ultimately, I just want us girls to know that sexy does not equate to any particular breast size. So this is what I do:

  1. Consider My AudienceWho is it that is driving me to want to look sexy? If this person is you then please take my advice, small breasts are sexy too. Period. If it’s for a partner, they should be so in tune with you and who you are that your sexiness isn’t completely outward. Their connection with you has to do with who you are and your body is just a bonus; small breasts, large breasts- it’s inconsequential. Trust me, I’ve seen it first hand. They love it because they love you & the more you love yourself the stronger your connection will be.
  2. Find A Feature On Myself That I’ve Always Loved – Personally, I think that my legs are awesome. I’m between 5’2 and 5’3 so they aren’t the longest but they are thicker in the thigh area with strong calves. For me, that’s a win. On my days when I feel like a 12 year old boy in the chest area, or I’m wearing a dress/top that “makes me look flat chested” and it’s bumming me out I’ll add a pair of heels to accentuate my legs. If the weather permits, I’ll go for a pair of shorts. What’s your favorite feature?

Embrace those small boobs. Actually try it, it’s a benefit to having them. Wrap your arms comfortably around yourself and say, “Self, you were made this way for a reason and I didn’t have anything to do with it. I might as well love you.” On the same day that you were hating how small your boobs looked in that top there may have been a girl wishing she was your size. It’s all about perspective and loving yours.

Lotts of Love,

Dom

P.S. I’d love for the readers to share thoughts and experiences, so don’t be afraid to leave a comment!

❀ #NoStandards

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