Fit Series – Fitting a Large Bust

Get ready to show your gals some love! The name of the game is support when you have a larger chest. This doesn’t mean you have to hide under a lot of coverage, but your bust will look (and feel) much better when you get a proper fit.

Features like side boning and underwire add support and function much like a bra. If underwire isn’t your thing, look for wide bands under the bust to give you that support, and prevent any side-spillage. Thicker straps will generally provide more comfort and lift, especially when they are convertible (can be worn over the shoulder or changed to cross back) and adjustable.

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Take advantage of bra sized swimwear, and look for your specific cup size – available in both one pieces, tankinis, and bikini mixables. Speaking of mixing – it’s very common for women to need a different size top and bottom so try a few combinations until you get that perfect fit! You can mix your top with a bottom like a skirted style that adds some volume to your lower half to help create balance with your upper half. For a sexy hourglass shape, emphasize your waistline with an on-trend high waist bottom.

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Prefer more coverage? Consider a tankini or one piece. These styles come with all the same great supportive features, like underwire and shelf bras. To elongate your neck, try a shallow V or sweetheart neckline. Keep an open mind and consider trying mastectomy swimwear. These styles usually have larger interior bras and give great support.

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Now get ready to strike a confident pose and strut your stuff down the beach!

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Styles vary by location.