Post # 1
Now that the weather is warming up here, the bathing suits are coming out and the swimming and beach going begins. I still have tan lines from last summer and I want to completely elminate them this year because of my strapless wedding dress. I have been looking for some good swimsuits that are strapless but I have yet to find any that are for women who actually have breasts. Anyone know of any good swimsuit places that have strapless suits??
Post # 3
Have you checked out Victoria’s Secret yet? They have some suits that tie in the back and around your neck. You can tie the one that normally goes around your neck in the back too. Make sense? I have one from last year and really like it. Although, I don’t really have a lot on top, it may be worth a shot. They have a good return policy too and you can check them out in store.
Post # 4
My issue exactly! I bought this one, and while I admit I wouldn’t go swimming in it (it gets heavy and I have to hold it up when i’m climbing out of the pool) It’s good for an in-the-meantime swimsuit and laying out in.
I actually ordered this in the mocha b/c that’s all they had at the time (i got mine on sale though). It’s not a bad choice, but depending on how busty you are, you need the support of straps, too. I’m a DD, so I really notice the difference between my halter victoria secret swimsuit and my strapless. It does have removeable straps so I will be able to put them back on, yay!
Post # 5
I haven’t checked out Victoria’s Secret yet, I will have to. I’m not saying I’m super busty, I’m 36C but I feel like a lot of strapless tops don’t stay on if you have the weight of a chest. I will check out these options and hopefully I find something! Thanks!
Post # 6
I think as a C-cup, you could go with a bandeau top that TIES in the back, not latches. Then you have the luxury of tying it a little tighter for support. Make sure it has wire cups in it, though, so you get the lift and you don’t get squished. VS has great stuff, I really like their swimsuits. I have their miracle bra halter, but I typically wear a 36DD and I order a 34DD. The DD top is not as covering as I expected it to be, so if you like a more coverage top you may consider ordering a bra size bigger, and DEFINITELY order a band size down because swimsuits stretch easily.
Post # 7
I’ve had good luck at Target (or maybe I’m just cheap!) I take the bandeau ones that have the string to tie around your neck and just tie it around my back instead. Sure, you have to yank it up every now and then, but most of them have cups, which helps.
I was a lifeguard for years, and had the most awful tan lines you can imagine (flip flop, shorts, one-piece with hole in the back, sun-in-one-direction-side-face-tan) so this is near and dear to my heart 🙂