If you’re on the heavily boobed side, you know how much of a pain in the ass it is to find swimsuit tops that fit. As a 34G, I can easily watch a swim top and tell it won’t come near me. And if you’ve battled with Maracas waves before,you know, that for sure anything with poor support, among other problems, will have you nipple to the wind (this has happened to me at least 3 times before).
Yes, we’d all love to look cute and trendy in that triangle top bikini, however, life just does’t work that way. But, there are several cute, trendy, sexy, supportive styles for us fully boobed girls out here. So let’s point out the problems we face and the bathing suits that are always on our side when it comes to supporting the girls!
Let’s discuss the first issue, shall we, that the usual bikini tops just don’t fit right, especially if we buy them as a set. So first things first, stop buying the complete set, instead get them as separates since swimsuit makers just scale them based on size (S/M/L or 6/8/10 etc), when in reality a lot of us don’t wear the same size on both the top and bottom.
The absolute best bet is to buy swimsuits based on your bra size, however most local stores don’t carry bras according to your bust size (e.g 34G, 36B, 40H etc). Luckily, there are silhouettes that flatter and fit to support your breasts better. Case in point, the halter bikini (this isn’t the usual triangle bikini with the flimsy string that ties around the neck and back), this style tends to have wider, sturdier straps and most of the time are adjustable so you can get that hold that you need. Additionally, anything with a tie back (say no to clasp-back swimsuits) allows you to loosen or tighten to your level of comfort and support. Apart from shapes, molded cups, and opting for suits with underwire add to levels of support you get from your swimsuit top.
On to the next problem: there’s hardly any (or no) support in the back. No support in the back spells disaster, like back pains, headaches, and then the aesthetic part where the straps start rolling up or they fall off the shoulders. Structure around the back gives you support just like a molded cup or fits with underwire.
One thing to look to is cutout bathing suits since they have the sex appeal yet are comfortable due to usually having a full back and just cut out at the sides. Apart from cutouts, a tankini top, long-line style or other athletic swim style bathing suits offer the coverage (and support) your back needs,offering structure in the back so that you feel more secure when swimming or just lounging around.
Our third problem is the bandeau top. The style is so stinking cute, but when it comes to keeping your breasts in place on your chest, it’s the absolute worst style for the busty girl since there aren’t straps to hold up. But, you’ll be glad to know that there are options so you can wear that bandeau with ease and comfort without worrying about any mishaps. Thankfully, this style comes equipped with a few extras if you’re busty, like, underwire, molded cups, gripped sides, and heavy-duty straps.Try versions of the swimsuits that allow you to add in straps so you get the support you need all while looking cute whether poolside on vacation, or, frolicking at the beach.
Or alternatively, try the bustier fit bandeau style, it extends a bit onto the torso so it has a fuller shape and more likely to have molded cups and/or underwire so that it stays in place and holds it shape.
There’s lots of options where you don’t have to compromise your personal style to feel comfortable and confident! So do you feel more secure in choosing a swimsuit option for you ?
I sure hope this helps!
- Halter Bikini-https://www.wavefare.com/products/plus-size-floral-printed-halter-bikini-swimsuit-two-piece-set
- Cutout Swimsuit- eloqui.com
- Bandeau Swimsuit- https://www.dropship-clothes.com/Neon-Yellow-Halter-Bandeau-High-Waist-Plus-Size-Swimwear-p15480.html