June 23, 2021 at 11:30PM
Swimsuit shopping when you’re especially gifted in the bust department isn’t easy. But, as someone who’s dealt with this for years, I can tell at first glance if beachwear could possibly work with ample breasts . . . and I’m here to share those insights with you.
First off, the more adjustable the better – straps, pads, clasps, back, pretty much anywhere that can be tightened or loosened, if I’m able to make those changes without changing the swimsuit size, that’s a good first sign. Then, because my cup size is much larger than my band, I personally find string bikinis particularly flattering as I can choose a size that fits my cup and make the band smaller as needed. I’ll even admit I have an Old Navy swimsuit that’s 10 years old that I still wear, simply because the tie straps mean it always fits.
I recently spotted a similar style on the site, ordered it for myself, and I’m ready to get it in every color. Check out the bikini I’m loving now, plus 15 other swimsuits, including one-pieces, that I’d recommend for anyone larger than a D-cup.