I don't think it is a question of size, although it may be difficult to keep under control from time to him. If you have larger breasts, try a top
that is straight across the top of the breast (with shoulder straps) and a fitted jacket./ Cardigan.
There are plenty of t-shirt type tops with V-Neck, that would be entirely appropriate. However the word is "plunging". and the mix of large breasts
and plunging neck lines, maybe even with a bit of under-wire, is in all honesty just asking to be talked about around the water cooler!
But if you rolled into my office wearing a skirt, open neck blouse, that's fine.
If you rolled in wearing a mini skirt and a top configuration whereby the full shape of the breasts and cleavage was there for all to see. as proud as
you may be of them, and as much as I may enjoy looking at them. there are better forums for that. and the office is just not one of them.
I will tell you a story. When i was an apprentice, I was friendly with the PA. A very ordinary looking woman, always smart, professional looking.
Never needed to be daring. We went out for a company party one night. And I was at the bar. In front of me was this gorgeous blond woman, with a
fantastic figure. She turn around after getting served, smiles at me and says "HI jakiusfogg (obviously my name) great to see you, come sit with me,
and the others etc etc" my jaw almost hit the floor!!! seriously I had a bruise for days after! hehe. Yes it was the same woman!, just "out of
But the point is she did not need to dress to impress (in that way) in the office, she was good at her job, and a stone cold fox out of it. and she
knew the difference. That shows class, as well as professionalism.
Don't mix business with personal (or personnel)
Welcome to the jungle, hope you enjoy your stay!
edit on 16/12/2010 by JakiusFogg because: (no reason given)