When you’re researching breast augmentation online, it’s easy to focus on a rather general idea of boosting breast size. You know that you want to have larger, shapelier breasts, and that’s pretty much all that matters!
However, when you commit to the surgery, your surgeon will want to talk specifics. In particular, they’ll want to identify what size is right for you.
What Size Breasts? Things to Think About
When you’re deciding what cup size to go to, you might find that it’s actually not as easy as you might think. Most people have a vague notion of an ‘ideal’ breast size, but may not realize that it’s largely dependent on your height, frame and body type.
Here’s a few things to consider when making your decision.
1) Breast to hip ratio. When you’re considering what cup size to boost your breasts to, take into consideration your hip size. If you’ve got wider hips, having large breasts will instantly give you an hourglass figure, which is ideal if you’re aiming for Marilyn Monroe sex appeal, but not so perfect if you want something a bit more subtle.
Likewise, if you’ve got very slender hips, huge breasts may make you look a little out of balance. If in doubt, ask your bigger breasted friends if they can lend you their bras. Pad them out, pop them under a tight tee-shirt and look at the overall effect in a mirror.
2) The reaction you’ll get. There’s no doubt about it, larger breasts tend to get quite a reaction (and it tends to be desire from men and envy from women!). However, you might not feel comfortable with this result, particularly if you’re naturally shy. Make sure you’re totally happy with the reaction you’ll generate before making a decision.
3) How you’ll look in your clothes. Think about what clothes you like to wear. After all, our clothing is often an extension of ourselves – a natural reflection of our personality. Then, try to imagine your new figure in those clothes. Does it look ‘right’ with super-large breasts, or would something slightly smaller work better?
Discussing Your Breasts with an Expert
If you’re feeling a little confused by it all, don’t worry… that is normal! If you’d like to discuss things further with Dr Adams and his team, simply call us at 727 328 2299 today.