Swimwear for large-busted women has to provide ample support and coverage, but it should also be the right swimwear for your activities. Are you planning to lay out by the pool, or go swimming in the ocean? Do you intend to lie still in a lawn chair, or play volleyball on the beach? Finding the right swimsuit requires you to match your swimwear style to the activities you’ll be doing in the suit.
Athletic Swimsuits for Large-Busted Women
Athletic swimsuits for large-busted women are the appropriate choice if you’re planning to play in the ocean, go surfing, play volleyball on the beach or be otherwise active in your swimwear. Athletic swimsuits usually come in two styles: one-piece swimwear for large-busted women, or separates – two-piece women’s swimwear for large-busted women.
The benefit of one-piece swimwear is that it covers the entire torso, which can help to hide the belly or tummy if you don’t want people seeing it. One-piece swimwear for large-busted women also stays in place no matter how active you are; you’ll still need to examine the neckline, but you don’t have to worry about the top coming off or failing to provide enough coverage. Some styles of one-piece swimsuits may also provide better support than two-piece swimsuits.
Two-piece swimsuits, on the other hand, provide you with the ability to mix and match your swimwear to find the appropriate fit. You can match a larger top for large-busted women with a smaller bottom to find the appropriate size for your needs. You can also easily change a two-piece athletic swimsuit for another type of swimsuit top that suits different needs and activities. With the same bottom, you only have to wear a different top if you want to sunbathe or relax by the pool; you don’t have to buy two entirely different swimsuits.
Athletic swimwear for large-busted women should have wide straps, integrated cups in the appropriate size, elastic panels to provide extra support, and potentially underwire if you can find a comfortable fit.
Bikini Halter top Swimwear for Large Busted Women
If you’re not planning to be active in your swimwear, you don’t have to place as much attention on finding athletic swimwear. Athletic swimwear that provides ample support for things like playing volleyball or swimming in the ocean typically has more material and wider straps than swimwear designed for more sedentary activities. If you’re looking for swimwear to lounge by the pool and soak up the sun, you may want to consider bikini halter top swimwear for large-busted women.
This type of swimwear may have narrower straps and more revealing cuts to show more of your cleavage. It might not provide as much support, but that shouldn’t be a problem if you’re just lying by the pool. Keep in mind that there’s a very clear division between these two types of swimwear; you shouldn’t be running along the beach in a bikini or halter-top swimsuit if you’ve got a large bust, as these styles don’t provide ample support.
See these brands for plus size and large bust swimwear: Fantasie, Miraclesuit, Anita, Panache, Sunsets, Freya, Swim Systems, Gottex, Christina, Carol Wior, Tara Grinna
2010 Swimwear Style Guides:
Swim Systems Swimwear
Tara Grinna Swimsuits (very, very hot in 2010)