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Buying bikinis for a bigger bust

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Happy humpday loves, it was so nice to look out at that sunshine writing this post earlier, even if it was just from the office window. Some of you may have seen my recent announcement, the one where I’m being sent on a Caribbean Cruise in October *pinch me, which means holiday shopping must commence. One of my most frequently asked fashion questions when it comes to travel is where to buy bikinis for a bigger bust. I’ve always had large lady lumps and struggled over the years finding supportive, yet sexy sets. I for one am drastically different sizes on my top and bottom, so mixing and matching is essential. Where possible I opt for a 34DD cup size bikini top and UK 10 bottoms which work perfectly for my current shape.

When shopping for swimwear you need to look out for good quality, strong support, funky and fun colours, thick yet light material that doesn’t go see through when wet and straps that don’t create dodgy tan lines. I find ASOS fantastic for housing a huge amount of brands under one browsing roof. Once you know your size, shopping is simple, stress free and can be done at any time of the year unlike in store, when stock is only on shelves for a limited time. Here are my top ten picks, suitable for a DD-G cup, all of which have underwiring. As you can see there’s an array of varying styles, shades and support available all of which would look fabulous on any figure.

Joanne xoxo

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