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When it comes to choosing bathing suits, having a large bust is sometimes a curse instead of a blessing. Suits often don't provide enough support or coverage for gals with bigger chests, leaving them looking droopy and inappropriate. If you are gal with large lovely lady lumps, a few tips can make you choose a bathing suit that will flatter and flaunt your sexy features.
Skip the Skimpy Tops
You're fooling yourself if you think you can rock a teeny tiny triangle top and keep the girls in place. Those small tops are made for gals that have less in their chest. Those small triangles definitely won't give you the coverage or support you need. Your chest will look deflated and not sexy if you sport a suit like that. Plus, you may get arrested for indecent exposure.
Underwire is Your Friend
Underwire lifts up your girls and gives them the support they need. Instead of having saggy boobs, you'll have sexy cleavage and a chest that looks perky and pretty. Swimwear for gals with large busts that contains underwire is often found in both bikinis and one-piece suits and is typically available at lingerie stores. Obviously, try the suit on to make sure the underwire covers the under part of your bosom and feels comfortable. Move on if the suit looks weird or feels uncomfortable.
Look for Cup Sizes
Bathing suits often come in the generic small to large sizes; however, if you find a top that is sized the same way as a bra, you'll likely get better results. Size your underwire top the same way that you would a bra. For instance, if you're a 38DD in a bra, a bathing suit of the same size is your best bet. Both bikinis and one-piece suits often come in these handy sizes, so you can strut your stuff in whichever suit you feel the most comfortable in.
Hot for Halters
The banded halter is often just what a gal with a large chest needs. Not only are they cute, but they'll hold the girls in all the right places. These sassy tops are shaped like halters, but are fitted with thick bands that sit right under the bust. The bands keep your chest in place and also give it the support it needs to look perky and sexy. Skip the skimpy halter tops that tie, as they won't do a thing for you. You need more support.