one pieces for big busts

I pretty much exclusively buy bathing suits at ASOS. first off, I hate trying on bathing suits in the stores (ugh for harsh changing room lighting!) and they have such great search functions in their Swim section it’s juste easier! you can even search by full-support/big busts!

keys to wearing one pieces if you have a big bust:

  • high-neck offers max coverage and more support
  • sometimes if you size DOWN it’ll fit more firmly and suck everything in and provide extra support
  • cup sizing if you can find it!
  • off the shoulder/ruffle shoulder is more flattering and can hide some of the saggy-ness when you don’t have the support of a cup! it’s a trick to wear the trend and still flatter your bod.

here are the bathing suits I am keeping for this summer AND the perfect denim jean shorts that are high-rise, flattering, and your butt won’t hang out the bottom (what is with that trend?!)

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