“She referred to her bustline as “tickets,” instructing her teammates to “Get your tickets up, ladies!” on the way onto the track.”
“So my bustline was the opposite of Keira's -- and I always envied the flatchested girls.”
“I enjoyed reading The Anchoress's review of the dresses, which includes: "I loved Swank's dress; it was dangerous and bold, and a hard - unforgiving - dress to wear - if her bustline was the merest big bigger, it would have been a disaster, but she pulled it off.”
“Your bustline is an important factor in proper jacket fit.”
“For a while I had the bustline of a stripper, and that – feminist correctness be damned – was kind of cool.”
“Avoid short veils and dresses with ruffles at the bustline.”
“Above the carved wood frame of her headboard hung a portrait of Mrs. King as a much younger woman, smiling, in a bare-shouldered gown, the scalloped bustline of her dress framed in white ruffles.”
“They were so wearable and they also did not try to emphasize a certain area of the body like clothing does today with its "focus" on the rear or the bustline, etc.”
“I have met many females whose only distinguishing feature was their bustline.”
“Don't wear things that outline the bustline showing exactly where everything is -- like a topal map.”
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