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Woman 'proves' that clothes 'aren't made for big boobs' when trying on new tops

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latest fashion trends don't consider women with large boobs. Vanessa, a fuller busted TikToker, selected a range of tops on her latest shopping trip.And almost all of them required her to not wear a bra – with some even putting her at risk of a nip-slip.

In the video, titled "Proof that fashion isn't made for big biddies - so stop wanting them", the 23-year-old went into the changing rooms in a clothing shop.She tired on some of the latest trends to prove that they aren't made with bigger busts in mind.Trying on the first look, a white crop top, she held her arm over her chest because she was falling out.Vanessa said: "Very cute, very adorable.

But it's giving major under boob."When she picked up a brown lace front crop top, she said: "If I had small biddies, I would wear something like this every day, but I need the support."Her friend then suggested "would look great" fluffy white crop top which also had an open front, to which her response was simply: "No".For the final try-on, she picked out a black vest top with cutouts under the bust.She jonkingly compared the garment to the "perfect nipple covers" as she almost flashed the camera when lifting her arms.Women who share her pain with finding clothes to wear flocked to the comment section of the video, which now has more than 826,000 likes, saying they had similar experiences.One user said: "No cuz I went looking around in my local mall last week and I almost cried cuz 60% of the tops were like this and I couldn't find anything that fit me" (sic).Another wrote: "The stuff that's currently trendy and is shops is for lil ones only – I can't."A third said: "That’s really upsetting.

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