ASOS launches Fuller Bust collection for women with big boobs – prices start at just £3


know the struggle of getting clothes to fit properly.

While some garments may be too tight at the chest, others can bunch up at the waist or bum.

Thankfully, retailers are coming up with ways to combat this problem.

ASOS recently launched a Fuller Bust collection to cater for the buxom women out-there.

Shoppers have been sent into a frenzy by the news, with many commenting they’d be snapping up items from the range.

While ASOS has provided a Fuller Bust bikini collection for a while, it has now broadened its horizons.

Tops and dresses are the latest garments that have been specifically created for big-breasted women.

Formal evening wear, pretty frocks and fitted shirts are among the products on offer.

Retailing from just £3, sexy bras and knickers have also been incorporated into the line. 

More than 875 of the items on the website cater for this curvy audience and it’s likely that more will be added if demand is high.


SHOP TIL YOU DROP: Day dresses and shirts are bound to be popular with customers (Pic: ASOS)


THE BREAST IDEA: Lingerie items have been specifically altered for curvy ladies (Pic: ASOS)

The fashion news has gone down a treat with social media users, who have aired their delight on Twitter.

One commenter wrote: “ASOS has started stocking clothes and bras for those with a ‘fuller bust’.

“Yessss I am now about to be poor once again as I spend my entire bank balance on gorgeous bras that actually fit.”

Another said: “Omg ASOS now do a fuller bust section in tops! This is what I’ve been waiting for.”

A third added: “Buzzing out of my t*ts (quite literally) after discovering ASOS have a fuller bust range now.”


DRESS TO IMPRESS: These posh frocks are included in the line (Pic: ASOS)

If you struggle to buy clothes to fit over your bum, you’re also in luck.

The store’s Curve collection is great for plus size women. There are around 2,000 items in this inclusive range.

Coats, jeans, jumpers and dresses are among the products you can snap up at affordable prices.

ASOS isn’t the only website to cater for booby ladies.

Previously, we revealed that

The inclusive retailer encouraged shoppers to share lingerie snaps with the #MyBodyVictory hashtag.

in recent months.

The label collaborated with popular blogger on their latest line.

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