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A bride’s Big Day is her time to shine, but everyone should be looking at her beaming face and not her “booming” décolletage. “There’s nothing wrong with a bride showing cleavage, but if your wedding will be held in a house of worship, you may want to keep your girls covered or at-least semi-covered,” advises wedding expert Anne Chertoff. La La Vasquez
ensures her beautiful smile is what takes center stage by not going overboard. If you choose a strapless style
like the TV host did, give your bust proper support
by looking for a dress that has built-in boning or having the bodice fitted. “A wedding is a family affair and you want to be just as comfortable posing for photos with grandpa, dad and great-uncle Ed as you are with your groom. If your boobs are pushed up so far that you can fit a shot glass between them, then you probably should take them down a notch,” Chertoff says.
The A-B-C's of Cleavage: Getting it Right