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ASOS is a gift in the affordable fashion realm. Not only does it constantly bless us with killer designer collaborations, but it also encompasses all body types. And just when we thought it couldn't get any better, the brand dropped a new collection specifically for us top-heavy gals.

Previously, ASOS carried a capsule collection of swimsuits in the fuller-bust range, but now it's launched an entire line of dresses, blouses, and intimates for women who wear cup sizes DD to G. The pieces feature thicker, more supportive straps and enough fabric to keep you from spilling out the top or sides. And most important, there are button-up blouses you can actually button up (speaking from experience, this is a miracle)!

Ladies across social media are thrilled with the ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust collection, applauding the brand and venting about their past fitting woes.

Seriously, like I said before, a button-down shirt that doesn't result in gaping holes between buttons is truly a thing of magic.

Many women are even calling the collection the "happy ending to 2018 we all deserved," so it's obvious how much this line was needed.

Check out some of the designs below, or head over to ASOS.com to shop the full collection.

ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Shoulder Pad Mini Dress With Seams ($48)

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ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Scuba Cami Pephem Midi Dress ($60)

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ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Stripe Button Through Midi Sundress ($45)

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ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Swing Cami With Double Layer ($19)

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ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Button Through Mini Skater Dress ($45)

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ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Square Neck Scuba Maxi Dress ($56)

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ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Long Sleeve Shirt Body In Stretch Cotton ($25)

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ASOS DESIGN Fuller Bust Western Shirt in Cherry Floral ($30)

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I, for one, am thrilled with ASOS's effort to give us top-heavy ladies a collection of our own. There's just one issue: the models. Why are smaller-chested women modeling a "fuller bust" collection? Sigh.

ASOS, if you're listening: Diversify those breast sizes! Your dedication to inclusion is respectable, but accurate representation is just as important.