- Fit Specialist
- Full Bust & Slim Hips
FULL BUST & SLIM HIPS
Full chested gals, we've got some style tips to help you select the best swimsuit for large busts and small hips. We know having a larger bust can pose some swimwear difficulties, but we are all about highlighting these assets to your advantage. We've got flattering swimsuits with dd cup swimwear with underwire support as well as silhouettes to make you look and feel beautiful.
Typically wears size: Medium Top or 8 | Small Bottom or 6
Bust: 32DD Waist: 27" Hips: 37" Height: 5’9
Click to ShopThat’s a Wrap
Structure is the name of the game with this surplice one piece swim suit. The wrap front is designed to hold everything in place so you can feel as cool as a cucumber.
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This ballet inspired wrap swim top contours the natural shape of your bust while remaining moderately covered. Underwire bikini tops are sure to lift, separate and support no matter how you tie it.
Click to ShopGo With The Flow
To create flattering and effortless fit, tankinis with banding at the bottom allow flowy coverage without looking too baggy. The surplice cut and x-back are super supportive tankinis for larger busts.
Click to ShopStop The Squish!
Having flashbacks of squishing your chest into a too-tight sports bra? We say ‘no more’! This comfortable black sport bra delivers the support you crave thanks to subtle underwire and a perfect modest fit.
Click to ShopGive Your Neck a Break
This sexy vest top supports without pulling the neck down. Try thick over-the-shoulder, racerbacks, or x-backs swim tops to let your neck rest.
Click to ShopThink Thick
Choose supportive tankini swimsuits with straps that are thick and stay away from thinner straps to avoid discomfort. Also thick binding on printed tankini tops with a solid swim bottom help create a more proportional look.
Click to ShopModest Tankini Coverage
This top has a flowy twist front swim tunic that doesn’t cling to body for a fully relaxed fit. The high low bottom hem draws attention and covers your bum when walking around poolside.
Click to ShopMolded To You
Try molded cups for large busts because they form with you to lift and stay. Avoid bandeaus or strapless styles as they tend to draw attention towards the bust and will not offer any support.
Additional tips for larger bust & smaller hips
• Mix and match your swimsuit. When it comes to large bust swimsuit tops, solids are good at camouflaging, and can create the illusion of a smaller bust. Halter swim tops and printed bikini bottoms will allow for a more proportional look.
• Bottoms matter. Opt for ties or strappy side details on your swimsuit bottoms. This will bring balance to your shape!
• Zippers will do the trick! They will provide adjustable coverage and support on top.
• Avoid bandeaus or strapless styles. They tend to draw more attention towards the bust and neckline.