Swimsuits that bring out your bust

Let’s face it, boobs have a life of their own

Some weeks, they’re fuller than usual. Others, it seems as though they’ve shrunk overnight. With summer fast approaching, we’ve been on the search for what kinds of bikini are best for smaller breasts and tips for how to wear them to your best advantage.

Bathing suit shopping, is comparable to Black Friday shopping. Aka, most of us absolutely hate it and always feel defeated before, during, and after the process. We end up asking ourselves, “Why, why did you just put yourself through that?” It can sometimes seem like nothing will ever fit, and while you wish you’ed majored in design and knew how to sew, that’s not the world most of us live in. Most of us live a world which our boobs decide how they want to look and feel on any given day.

Aside from wanting your boobs to look great in a bikini, we also want them to feel comfortable.Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by a too-loose bikini:

*Raises hand aggressively.*

While we love it when at times when our busts are in small size mode (we can go braless and wear a plunging shirt without the fear of having a nip slip), there are times when we want a little extra oomf. Luckily for us and others, there are some tips and tricks out there to wearing a bikini with small boobs. These are our favorites.

Support is KEY!!!

Tommy Bahama Orchid Canopy Bra Top Bikini

The Tommy Bahama Orchid Canopy Bra Top Bikini has a glamorous tropical floral print with an underwire top, mesh overlay on straps and a skirted bottom.

Trust me, an underwire and a tiny push-up can make all the difference. Plus, you’ll feel super secure, meaning you can ride those waves and cannon ball into the pool without any problems.

Frills and Thrills

Did you know that ruffles, frills, and extra material can actually fake a little more size, if that’s the look you’re after? Adding a little more detail is not only super fun, but can create the illusion of depth and fullness.

Take the Plunge

Rather than picking a suit with a lot of fabric at the neckline, a super low-cut option can actually scoop up

Tommy Bahama Pearl Solid Halter Twist Front One Piece In Vivid Blue

The Tommy Bahama Pearl Solid Shirred Twist Front Bandeau One Piece In Vivid Blue has a flattering fit with a tummy control panel and a glam look for style.

your boobs and add a little cleavage action. Plus, you’ll be following one of 2017’s biggest trends.

Keep Your Center Focused

Whether it’s a bow, embellishment, or a piece of fun fabric, having a center detail can actually make it look like your breasts are being drawn in closer to one another, thus giving you more cleavage. Plus, it means you get to bling out your bathing suit.

Bandeau Is For You!

This is one of my favorite styles of bikini tops. I love to show off my shoulders, and a bandeau top usually

Gottex Blush Saltwater Happy Underwire Bandeau Bikini

The Gottex Blush Saltwater Happy Underwire Bandeau Bikini offers a bandeau style top with hook back closure offered in D, E and F cup and skirted full bottom.

does just that. One of the biggest benefits of having small boobs is being able to wear this style bra and bikini top without worrying about support.

Go Strappy

The more detail, the better. I love me a double strap bikini with crisscross detailing, which offers the illusion of fuller boobs. It also happens to look super edgy, so you’ll get major style points for that, too.

Whether you’ve got a big bust, small bust, a big booty, or you name it, there is a suit out there for you. Comfort is the most important thing, and these tips should definitely help you find your perfect fit.

Source: Cosmopolitan 2017 Trends

Image courtesy: The Home Remedy Shop

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