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Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. As excited as we are for beach season, it doesn't come without its challenges — namely, finding that perfect swimsuit for lounging by the sea.
Just in time for swimsuit season, we sorted through hundreds of swimwear options to find suits meant to flatter women with different body types: those with large chests, those with a tummy they'd prefer to camouflage, those with full hips and thighs, and those with straighter shapes. Less-endowed ladies, consider yourselves lucky! You can pretty much wear any style, regardless of how supportive.
Swimsuit shopping can be a challenging endeavor for just about anyone. But when you're not particularly well endowed in the bust area, it can be straight-up frustrating figuring out what styles shape your figure the best. Here are a few general rules to keep in mind: Halter and wrap tops translate to adjustable support and shape, while underwire and light padding give your girls a little natural boost.
Swimsuit shopping can be a challenge, but the key to finding a suit that makes you feel utterly confident is figuring out what best compliments your assets. The ruffles around the neckline add a little extra pop on the chest, and we love the fun, flirty pink. This one is simple yet classy with a cute tied top.
Swimsuit shopping is a unique battle for anyone, especially if you're self-conscious about being smaller up top. So this season, arm yourself with tricks, and you'll be able to stroll seaside with confidence. View On One Page.
This article was originally published on July 6, It was updated and republished on August 28, Additional reporting by Kara McGrath.
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Bikini sets never fit me quite right. I was always—and still am—larger on the bottom than I am up top, which meant if a string bikini the silhouette of the early aughts fit across my butt, the accompanying triangles would sit like deflated balloons across my chest. To them, I apologize. The thing is, I always thought my behind was the culprit, what prevented me from being able to wear whatever swimsuit was of the moment like the Burberry bikini Beyonce wore inwhich I wanted so bad.