Launch of the Itty Bitty T. C. Series!

This has been a looong time coming. I’ve had the idea for this series since I started my blog, but was never quite sure how to do it or how to even name it (don’t want to attract the wrong crowd here!).

If you are wondering what the “Itty Bitty T. C. ” is – or the Itty Bitty Titty Committee – chances are you aren’t a member of it. Itty Bitty Titty Committee is a nickname for girls with small boobs! Ha. That’s right, it’s a thing.

I’ve been a member of the IBTC for all my life (obviously) and have never been ashamed of it. I know it isn’t the case for some of us, but to me my “smaller girls” have never affected me – to the contrary I kind of love them! So I decided to start a series on my blog, talking about self and body confidence, the best ways to style your body when your “girls” aren’t your biggest asset (pun intended), and all things feminine and girly.


Because I think it is so important to be confident in your own skin – and in what you wear! I wouldn’t change how I look for all the money in the world, and I cannot wait to dive into all those “taboo” subjects with you and hopefully encourage anyone who reads this and might be self-conscious to feel fearless and beautiful.

You’ll be able to find all the posts in the menu tab under “FASHION”, and I will be posting once a month (maybe more if I can manage) new tips, clothes, talks, everything that relates to the Itty Bitty T. C.! I cannot wait!


Let’s start with something light. Let’s talk dresses!

I don’t know about you, but in summer I like to go bra-less. It is hot, you sweat, and there’s nothing more uncomfortable than a wet bra that squeezes you!

BUT that’s one of the good sides of having small boobs! You can pull off going out without a bra, because you don’t necessarily “need” that support, you are freeeee you can move around and not worry that one boob will get its way out of the top of your dress!

The reason I fell in love with this dress is how because it is perfect to wear on those days when you just want to throw something on and be done. It doesn’t restrain you, it doesn’t pressure your body, it is so light you won’t feel like you are carrying your whole house with you.
It is one of those “I just rolled out of bed 5 minutes ago and you wouldn’t know” dresses – you know what I mean?

If you are still iffy and self-conscious about finding the right dress to go braless in, fear not.

What to look for:

  • Look for a dress that is visually interesting. Stripes are a great way to trick the eye and draw the attention away from any curves (or lack thereof). You can also go for bold prints (the bigger the better).
  • Look for a dress that is flowy and wide. That way, your body curves aren’t “on display” and the dress kind of gives you that camouflage. 
  • Look for bright colors. Even though little black dresses are always so flattering, bright colors are again a way to draw the attention to something else. 

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Dress: Chicwish (sold out) // Shoes: Le Chateau (on sale – wearing size 8) // Bag: Henri Bendel

Photo credit: Michelle Kehoe