This swimming suit is from a company called Panache. I currently own 3 bras from them and they are fantastic. So, I feel safe with buying a swimming suit online from them without ever having tried it on.
I can’t walk into a store and buy a swimming suit. Most of them having padding in the bust, which is the exact opposite of what I need. I need something that takes the attention off my chest.
I bought a tankini in 2006 right before we went to visit my cousins in Hawaii. I had a hard time finding anything that fit my top and bottom. A tankini was the best way to go. I like this tankini, but it shows off a lot of cleavage. Not something I’m comfortable with except on a beach in Hawaii.
I bought a new one-piece swimming suit last summer from Target. It’s pretty cute, but not as flattering in the chestal region as I would like. It’s a very pretty light turquoise color and I wish that it was tighter around the rib cage. (Note to manufacturers: Just because someone has a large chest doesn’t mean they’re large all over!)
So I have resorted to online shopping on websites that specializes in women that have more in their cups than Ds.
I plan on spending my birthday at the pool, so this swimming suit better come in time. It got great reviews on numerous sites and I hope that it works well for me too.
Is swimming suit shopping as hard or as traumatic for anyone else, besides me? Seriously, department stores only stock swimming suits made for women with flat chests.