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Are jumpers just awful?

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LaTrucha Wed 19-Sep-12 13:41:03

Or is it just me? I have been looking, but everything I see is either no good for big breasts or looks to be too short.

If you have seen any that might look good with jeans or a skirt, can you show me. I seem to be jumper blind

almapudden Wed 19-Sep-12 13:44:53

Avoid

almapudden Wed 19-Sep-12 13:46:14

Avoid Topshop and similar: their jumpers are navel-skimming monstrosities fit only for 15 year old waifs.

Other than that, I have no advice, sorry.

LaTrucha Wed 19-Sep-12 13:46:57

You see, it never occurred to me that they were awful. Maybe it's the reason I can't find one I like.

dexter73 Wed 19-Sep-12 13:54:05

I wear jumpers but have not got large breasts. Maybe they don't look god in jumpers?

Bookbrain Wed 19-Sep-12 13:55:35

I think jumper + big boobs works OK if you have a scarf to break up the boob-shelf thing

FauxFox Wed 19-Sep-12 14:05:59

I had some nice ones from zara last year, V neck, long arms and body, washed well. Maybe look in there?

StinkyPig Wed 19-Sep-12 14:15:25

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

EldritchCleavage Wed 19-Sep-12 14:24:45

Depends on your budget. Uniqlo usually have something passable for not too much. Pure Collection have beautiful classic jumpers and more fashionable tunics and a 25% off code floating around at the moment. Not cheap, but fantastic quality.

Cherrypie32 Wed 19-Sep-12 14:46:32

I agree jumpers are a bit of a nightmare with big boobs. I am 34FF and have recently bought a plain grey one from Uniqlo here shop.uniqlo.com/uk/goods/073572#colorSelect and a bit more exciting star one from Next here www.next.co.uk/x502158s4#771101x50
I love scarfs and will always wear with which distracts from knockers. I steer clear of chunky jumpers but like a chunky cardi.

Cherrypie32 Wed 19-Sep-12 14:48:14

I meant to add, jumpers do tend to hang off the boobs a bit but I actually buy them big and wear with skinnies so it's a 'sloppy' casual look.

LaTrucha Wed 19-Sep-12 18:12:46

I actually like that star one which is a bit of a surprise. Next has generally been awful lately.

LittlePandaBear Wed 19-Sep-12 18:18:25

I have this from Warehouse, which is flattering as it has a curved shape above the bust. Sizing is generous!

ChoccyJules Wed 19-Sep-12 18:19:30

My jumper struggle is my tummy area. I just look pregnant in them.

Cherrypie32 Wed 19-Sep-12 18:41:40

Yep, rarely buy in Next but was on ordering some uniform for DS and came across it. Have worn it today and it's v nice, size is on the large side.

JaxTellerIsMyFriend Wed 19-Sep-12 18:48:08

I have some cashmere semi fitted jumpers to wear with skirts in winter and they are fine for large of norks. I dont wear them with jeans though, because I think it looks strange.

I have some long line jumpers/tops for jeans and knitted tunic style jumpers (sleeveless) that I wear with a long sleeve top underneath.

Next you all say... off to have a look.

EverlongYouAreGoldAndOrange Wed 19-Sep-12 19:00:25

I love jumpers.

Got to be the right shape though. I've got some FC ones that are gorgeous. Quite big and boxy, nice with skinny jeans.

LaTrucha Wed 19-Sep-12 19:04:41

I don't quite get boxy. Maybe it's the name I find offputting.

Tunics make me look mumsy.

EverlongYouAreGoldAndOrange Wed 19-Sep-12 19:18:11

What don't you get? smile

moonstorm Wed 19-Sep-12 19:27:42

Non of them have low enough scoop necklines.[grump]

noddyholder Wed 19-Sep-12 19:39:20

Bought a boxy low scoop one in zara today its surprisingly flattering and is ORANGE!

LaTrucha Wed 19-Sep-12 19:50:33

Now that is surprising!

I think 'boxy' is just not a shape that I think would suit me. ie. Big boobs and hips / small ribcage and waist.

noddyholder Wed 19-Sep-12 19:53:23

this

MacyGracy Wed 19-Sep-12 19:56:57

V-neck is the only way to go for big boobs! Avoid polo and round necks like the plague!

noddyholder Wed 19-Sep-12 19:58:19

I have boobs and that one looks fine it is fairly low though.Good bra and you'll be fine

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