If you have larger breasts than you want, but don't want to have breast reduction surgery, you can easily reduce the appearance of your breasts with bras and certain types of clothes. In addition to clothing, you can wear accessories, such as fancy earrings, to take attention away from your chest.
BrasGo to a bra store and use their measurements guide to choose a bra that fits well and does not squeeze so tightly that it causes bulge at the top. It may seem that a tight-fitting bra would reduce the appearance of bust size, but it actually draws attention to your chest if it creates bulge. Choose a minimizing bra to reduce the appearance of the size of your breasts without creating bulge. Wear a sports bra over a regular bra to reduce the appearance of your chest size even more and smooth out any bulges.
Shirt FabricChoose shirts that are made from natural, loose-fitting cloth. Avoid spandex, nylon and similar tight-fitting clothes that hug and accentuate curves. Instead, wear natural cottons and knits without spandex. Choose shirts and sizes that are slightly big at the bustline. If you are unable to find a shirt that fits at the waist and the bustline, buy a shirt that fits at the bustline and have the rest of it taken in to fit your waist and shoulders.
Shirt CutsWear shirts that have necklines that fall on the flat part of your chest, above your breasts. Turtlenecks and cowl neck shirts bring attention to your chest area, and low-cut shirts expose cleavage. A v-neck that falls on the flat part of your chest elongates your neck and draws attention up. If you are unable to find a v-neck that does not show cleavage, wear a square neck or tube top shirt under the v-neck to cover any cleavage. Avoid shirts that you have to tuck in. This makes your breasts look bigger by shortening your torso and drawing the eye up to your chest.