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Swimwear Picks For Women Who Are “Gifted”

By Jessica Tan

Being well-endowed in the bust is both a gift and a problem to women. Well, it’s really sexy to have a large bust and I guess all men would agree with me, but it’s also a bit tricky choosing an outfit that enhances and flatters the gift you have especially when it comes to finding the right swimwear. Having a large bust can change the dynamics of your style because not all swimwear fits you well. What may look great with the small-chested, may not look great with you. You also have to consider about fit and support before doing your picks.

Don’t know how to look for the best swimwear that fits you? Well, this article offers you great tips to guide you before hitting the shopping malls. This article does not only tackle about sizing but will also help you select the best swimwear that will surely make men turn and admire!

Tips on the Right Swimwear to Wear:

* It’s all about the straps when you have a larger bust and are looking for a swimsuit that fits and flatters. Whether you’re a one piece or bikini girl, look for swimwear with a wide strap for added support. Tiny little strings-cute as they are-won’t offer you the support that you need to keep your ta-tas in place! A halter style is best for those who are especially busty because it really helps to lift your bosom and keep them where it belongs.

* For more support, try to choose a bikini top that has a wide band under the bust. This would also help you not experience the ‘under boob’ nightmare that others have experienced. Don’t know what is an ‘under boob’? It is when your breast spills out under your bikini top.

* As cute as the little triangle tops are on bikinis and one piece suits, they do nothing for a big bust. They offer no support and can make your breasts appear bigger and droopier than they are.

* One of the solutions for having big boobs is to minimize them. Guess you’re lucky enough. Many swimsuits nowadays already have built-in minimizers that can help you have that streamlined look that you have been dreaming about. Wearing a swimsuit with dark colors on the bust line can also help you look smaller.

* Try also to buy a swimwear which covers your chest well for you to avoid any embarrassing moment in case you’ll experience spillage. That’s quite dreadful right? So, beware.

* Underwire can also make magic to gals with big boobs. Pick a swimwear that has built-in underwire for you to look really sexy without any drooping. So what are you waiting for? Hit the beach now! With all these tips, you’ll surely look stunning in your swimwear!

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Tan, Jessica "Swimwear Picks For Women Who Are “Gifted”." Swimwear Picks For Women Who Are “Gifted”. 25 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 17 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/shopping/clothing/swimwear-picks-for-women-who-are-gifted/>.

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Tan, J (2010, July 25). Swimwear Picks For Women Who Are “Gifted”. Retrieved July 17, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/shopping/clothing/swimwear-picks-for-women-who-are-gifted/

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