While on vacation up at the mountain house, we were at the lake all the time so wearing swimsuits was pretty much an everyday occurrence. I felt like I was constantly adjusting up and down and felt a bit too exposed. But little did I know, this post would become more about a larger culprit, the bikini industrial complex, than about finding the right suit.
Recently we posted about our top bikini picks perfect for smaller boobsbut what about bigger boobs? Today we've whittled it down to our favourites ideal to suit those with a little more on top. When you have bigger boobs wearing a bikini can either be a great way to show off your assets, or a bit difficult if you want to cover them up and go for a supportive style.
After I had my breast augmentation back inone of the harsh realities that I was faced with was finding tops to fit my new curves. It felt as if there were NO cute bikinis out there for bigger chested ladies and I felt so frustrated from popping out of everything. I was introduced to Lilly and Lime last year and wrote about my thoughts which you can view here on their swimwear made for ladies just like me.
Swimwear shopping for big boobs is literally hell on earth. From tops that lack proper support to bottoms that are a size or two too big, finding the right swimsuit always revolves around your cleavage. If you have a a tiny waist, bless your freaking heart.
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Swimsuit shopping is not very fun for very many people. Add a bigger bust and it is damn near impossible. I love swimwear and I envy those with smaller chests who can walk in any store and find something that fits.
In the past couple years there's been so many swimsuit companies that have popped up. One thing that really irritates me all of these swimsuit shops are so focused on how they look, and don't put any thought into how the suit style is going to support women's bosoms. Most of us don't have the perfect perky and full breast genes in our DNA, so swimsuits with lining, shelf bras, and molded cups alone aren't going to give women the support and shape they need to look their best.
When looking for a bra to work with your figure, everyone is going to have different features they look out for. But meanwhile, the halter bra top usually comes with no wires or short wires, which means low to medium support and a glamorous look with a low, seductive neckline. If you have a larger bust, there's no reason you can't have a fabulous bikini for your next pool day.