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When you have larger breasts, swimsuit shopping can be frustrating and endlessly disappointing. Most swimsuits at mainstream retailers are designed for women with smaller cup sizes and simply don't support a large bust, so it's easy to get discouraged by the lack of options. Luckily, many online brands have stepped up their game to offer larger-breasted women stylish swimsuits that come with features that provide ample support.
"Any style with underwire is going to lift and support a larger bust," says Sara Mitzner, vice president of creative and branding at the online retailer, Swimsuits for All. Straps are another key factor in swimsuits for big busts—look for ones that are wide and adjustable. "I love a halter for a larger chest. The Beach Babe Guava Bikini is a great example," she says. "It’s fully supportive with a tie neckline at the top—which you can make as tight or loose as you like to hike up the girls!—and a clasp closure at the back." According to Mitzner, any top that offers more than one adjustable closure will keep your chest securely in place.
Most importantly, though, Mitzner wants women to know that no style is off-limits, no matter your bra size, as long as the swimsuit offers the proper support. "The more support a swimsuit offers, the better fitting and more comfortable you're going to look and feel," she says.
Ready to hit the beach? These gorgeous swimsuits for big busts will keep your breasts lifted and prevent them from spilling over, no matter where your warm weather adventures take you.
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