Over 40% of all the breast forms we sell at GlamourBoutique.com are of Size D and above and we are always fascinated by the girls who wear the really big boobs of the F cup and above variety. Of the ladies we see in-store that come dressed we cannot remember ever seeing someone in more than a EE cup but, we sell lots of the larger ones. So it makes us wonder.. do folk ever wear the really big boobs out, or is it just for home dressing?
We know many customers like to have different sized breast forms for different dressing occasions and many that do tell us they can feel different depending on the size of the boobs they are wearing. Some feel more sexy or naughty with bigger boobs and some even feel more powerful and domineering so it can effect different folk differently. But there is an obvious fascination for some with having a really big set in their wardrobe – indeed we know customer who will only wear really big boobs.
How does someone decide to choose a J Cup for example? Is it their first ever choice or do they graduate up, starting with a C then going to a DD etc until they reach the largest they can physically handle? How do they look in such large forms and how does it make them feel? To all you girls out there we’d love to know why you like to dress with bigger boobs – please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To start the ball rolling we asked Lacy, one of our favorite girls who always keeps us amused in the office with the emails she sends us on her observations on all things crossdressing. See what Lacy has to say in our brief Q & A on Big Boobs:
1. How long have you been dressing with BIG boobs?
My idea of big boobs have changed, I used to stuff a C cup bra. Then I wanted some realism. I bought my first forms (D teardrops) from the Glamour Boutique to get some jiggle. I think 3 years ago. Thought those were big. Wore those out and went to DD triangular. Then I Thought THOSE were BIG. Then I saw girls like Pam Anderson, Wendy Williams and of course Dolly P. All had implants. I wondered what they knew I didn’t. I invested in Dolly’s Breastforms. What a TREAT! I sent a few pics to friends and got just compliment after compliment! Took some getting used to but best thing I ever did, So how long with BIG boobs? About a year in the Dolly’s. Size C or D goes back easily 10 years. Today though wearing 38D seems small.
2. Why Big Boobs rather than regular one’s?
For many, big boobs ARE regular ones. It was simple curiosity; the adventure. What is it like to have big boobs? In one word, ASTONISHING. It changes your persona, how you move, how you feel. I expected to dislike it. Not to lie, it toke some practice and getting used to. However, so does walking in heels. But walking in heels with big boobs is an amazing feeling! A must try!
3. Your favorite female role model and why?
Other than my mother? She never wore pants. She wore girdles and bullet bras and loved showing her shape, She’d get dressed up before my Dad came home. She always smiled. Open minded as she was she let me try on a girdle at a very young age. She laughed. I liked it!
If you mean females of today…I can’t say. It depends on the role YOU identify with as female roles are so diverse today. I think as a fantasy it (I) would be Jennifer the secretary from WKRP in Cincinnati (old TV show) played by Lonni Anderson. You would have to have seen the show to understand why.
4. If you had been born into a female body what would your ideal measurements have been?
Interesting question. When attired I measure 38J-31-39 at 5′ 10″.(No heels). That is wearing a corset tight laced, At times I do wonder what IF I woke up in that body. I am not sure what IDEAL would be, I will say having tried them. I’d want big boobs.
5. Piece of advice you’d give any dresser
Ask yourself why you dress. Is it an expression of either yourself or an alternate you, are you a Minx? A Maid? A Mistress? Or do you dress to pass? Then work on your look. Newer dressers will hit a guilt phase. That soon passes. When it does be all you can be, for me a milestone was going big breasted. So much stigma attached to the look. But it does give you empowerment. Express your self.
Many thanks to Lacy for being so candid. Now all you other girls out there let us know how you feel and we’ll post the best replies in next months newsletter. Send your comments to email@example.com