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CUT OUT & PEEP

Model with 36DD boobs gets in a hole lot of trouble reviewing cut-out frocks

ONLINE fashion is making a boob of the popular cut-out party dress trend.

Courtney Henderson from Newcastle went viral when her badly fitting Dressmezee frock left nothing to the imagination. And with the UK’s average bra size now 36DD, buying online can leave you a little, er, exposed.

 Shopper Courtney Henderson from Newcastle went viral with this post, right - and left, how the Dressmezee frock should look
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Shopper Courtney Henderson from Newcastle went viral with this post, right - and left, how the Dressmezee frock should look

We asked 36DD model Kalison Nix, 24, to test some of the glamorous looks.

Here, she gives her verdict on the best for the breast – and rates each out of five.

 Kalison gives this blue number a 4 out of 5
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Kalison gives this blue number a 4 out of 5
  • Blue undercut dress, £20, Boohoo — buy now
  • Gold strappy heels, £50, I Saw It First — buy now

Verdict: I LOVE the colour and feel secure.

Showing off your under-boob is risky but at least this kind of dress fits properly . . .  though I can’t stretch without it rising to my hips. 4/5

 Our 36DD model got no support from this frock - 2 out of 5
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Our 36DD model got no support from this frock - 2 out of 5
  • Black wrap dress, £50, Lioness Manhattan at Asos — buy now

Verdict: IF this is meant to hold in your boobs then I’ll have to go up two dress sizes.

It doesn’t support my breasts at all.

And the satin fabric means they are slipping everywhere. 2/5

 This orange dress looks like a boob sling - 1 out of 5
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This orange dress looks like a boob sling - 1 out of 5
  • Orange slash dress, £15, Pretty Little Thing — buy now

Verdict: I FEEL like my left boob has been injured in a freak accident and now I’m having to wear it in a sling.

I definitely have to hold this dress in place otherwise I’ll get nip slip. 1/5

 Kalison, 24, reckons this one is best for smaller breasts - 3 out of 5
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Kalison, 24, reckons this one is best for smaller breasts - 3 out of 5
  • Pink twist front dress, £20, Missguided — buy now
  • Black strappy heels, £18, Boohoo — buy now

Verdict: I’VE never worn a dress like this before and worry a boob will fly out.

I think it’s meant to sit low and cover, so it would probably be better on a smaller bust.  3/5

 This dress would have been the best but it only covers one boob - 3 out of 5
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This dress would have been the best but it only covers one boob - 3 out of 5
  • Red dress, £25, Missguided — buy now
  • Red heels, £25, Boohoo — buy now

Verdict: THIS dress is probably the most covered option out of all of them – but I still have one boob sneaking out.

I suppose I will just have to hold it in place when on the dance floor. 3/5

 Both breasts are popping out of this rose-gold frock - 1 out of 5
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Both breasts are popping out of this rose-gold frock - 1 out of 5
  • Rose gold sequin dress, £35, Pretty Little Thing — buy now
  • Nude strappy heels, £48, MissPap — buy now

Verdict: THIS is like a hammock for your boobs.

Similar to the one that went viral, it has the same problem – my boobs are popping out either side.

I have to hold them to protect my modesty. 1/5

ASOS model wears £65 leather, chain cut-out skirt which you definitely can't wear pants with
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