​ASOS Just Launched A Clothing Range Specifically For Women With Big Breasts

ASOS is now selling clothes designed specifically for women with cup sizes DD to G.

Every woman with a fuller bust will know how difficult it is to find clothing that is comfortable as well as stylish.

Thankfully, ASOS heard our prayers, and has designed a brand new clothing range which includes dresses, shirts, bralets and swimwear.

The range has dresses that are perfect for the festive season. (Credit: ASOS)
The range has dresses that are perfect for the festive season. (Credit: ASOS)

The clothing has enough material to easily cover your chest so you feel comfortable, and the pieces are designed to ensure thicker bra straps are hidden properly.

ASOS has all body shapes covered too, as most of the items are available in the tall, petite and maternity range, while also catering for bigger boobs.

Shoppers took to Twitter to praise the online retailer for listening to their concerns of ill-fitting garments for those with a bigger chest.

Each cami is double layered to avoid any accidental slips. (Credit: ASOS)
Each cami is double layered to avoid any accidental slips. (Credit: ASOS)

One customer wrote: "Buzzing of my t*ts (quite literally) after discovering @ASOS have a fuller bust range now."

A second added: "ASOS. I'm not even kidding. Their Fuller Bust range is my life saver."

Someone who had successful ordered a bikini from the range also raved over the launch.

The user said: "So I purchased an @ASOS Fuller bust bikini and I am so impressed.

"Reasonably priced and great fit. Gone are the days of buying Bikini tops that are four dress sizes above mine with a poor fit."

ASOS is definitely making sure that everyone feels confident in their clothes as earlier this year the brand debuted a model in a wheelchair on its website for the first time.

ASOS also featured a model using a wheelchair earlier this year. (Credit: ASOS)
ASOS also featured a model using a wheelchair earlier this year. (Credit: ASOS)

The snaps attracted a lot of attention on Twitter as fans praised the company for its decision to be more inclusive with its choice of models.

One person shared: "@ASOS leading the way! This is honestly the first time I have ever seen a disabled model in a 'normal' set up, rather than a special one off to gain attention.

"So happy my ASOS addiction is fuelling a forward thinking, caring business #equality #DisabilityRights."

Featured Image Credit: ASOS

Bethany Gleave

Bethany Gleave is a Freelance Journalist at PRETTY52 and joined the team in 2018. She is a Multimedia Journalism graduate from the University of Salford, and started her career at a national press agency, writing breaking and trending news for the national newspapers.

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