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Asos has a new line for women with big boobs and honestly it was about time


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Hurrah, Asos has just launched a new line of clothing for women with big boobs.

The range will include cup sizes between DD to G, which will be welcome news to women who struggle to find stylish clothes that fit them properly around the chest.

Those with a fuller bust will know all too well the horrors of wearing a shirt with the gap between buttons or not being able to get the zip up because of large breasts.

The situation is even more dire if you want to find a cute bralette, as they often come in all the small sizes but somehow turn into fifty shades of beige as they go up in size – thats if theyre available at all.

Thank God then that Asos heard our cries.

Asos big boobs range

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You can now get dresses, shirts, bralettes, and swimwear in all kinds of sizes, as well as offering clothes in tall, petite, and maternity ranges.



The collection has options for those who dont want to show too much of their cleavage or wont feel comfortable with a plunging neckline (for fear of being too booby).

You can now get office appropriate V-necks and cami tops, which are designed to be stylish and supportive.

The range also includes swimwear and underwear.

Dresses cost around £35, a bikini top wont set you back much at £12 and bras start at £10.

Asos big boobs range

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Shoppers have been raving about the addition online, praising Asos for being more inclusive.

One person tweeted: Buzzing off my t*ts (quite literally) after discovering Asos have a fuller bust range now.

Meanwhile another wrote: ASOS. Im not even kidding. Their Fuller Bust range is my lifesaver.

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

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The fashion brand has also received a lot of praise earlier in the year for being more inclusive by having a specially designed collection for disabled people.

They also used disabled models to showcase the range.

Fans tweeted lots of praise with one saying: 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.



Good on you Asos.

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