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Is ok to wear this kind of bikini with a bigger chest??

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    basically am fed up of having to pay top prices when i EVENTUALLY find a bikini in my size that gives enough support.

    i was wondering would it be too risky (i don't want any cringey incidents) to wear a bikini like this



    from primark or whatever and just get it in like size 14?

    is that safe? it's just it's not supportive and i haven't had good experience with this type.. so just wondering if there's anyone out there who does this?


    SIZE - 32E/F
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    God her chest is so photoshopped it's unreal!! Go for it, unless you have above like DD/E and then I would recommend something with more support because I think it would be more flattering and more comfortable
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    Try something like that on and jump around a bit to see if there are any spillages/slips?
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    (Original post by Bellissima)
    basically am fed up of having to pay top prices when i EVENTUALLY find a bikini in my size that gives enough support.

    i was wondering would it be too risky (i don't want any cringey incidents) to wear a bikini like this



    from primark or whatever and just get it in like size 14?

    is that safe? it's just it's not supportive and i haven't had good experience with this type.. so just wondering if there's anyone out there who does this?
    If I were you, I wouldn't risk it.
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    I'm not really the type to sound pervy, but we do need to know what size you're talking here (I'm not going to ask for pictures, I know I wouldn't give them. )
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    (Original post by abc:))
    God her chest is so photoshopped it's unreal!! Go for it, unless you have above like DD/E and then I would recommend something with more support because I think it would be more flattering and more comfortable
    i am E/F...
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    If it's just for posing on the beach, then you'd probably be alright :yep: But definitely get another bikini with more support too!

    You could always go and try some on in a similar style and see how you feel in them?
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    I'm not really the type to sound pervy, but we do need to know what size you're talking here (I'm not going to ask for pictures, I know I wouldn't give them. )
    haha dw.. i edited it into the post i am 32e/f
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    I say if you got uh flaunt it lol jk but if e+ avoid those sorts of bikinis
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    If you got it*
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    I wouldn't personally risk it or recommend it, but if you're curious, go try one on and see how it is.

    Have you tried cheapie big bra things like Brastop.com?
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    (Original post by takethyfacehence)
    I wouldn't personally risk it or recommend it, but if you're curious, go try one on and see how it is.

    Have you tried cheapie big bra things like Brastop.com?
    i pretty much hate all the styles... they just look frumpy... plus i'm strapped for cash..
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    (Original post by Bellissima)
    i am E/F...
    Im not speaking from personal experience because Im a bloody 30A (somewhere in the middle would be just right, no? )

    But a friend who is a DD wore a bikini like that, and the 5 of us went swimming in the sea...it didnt work out too well for her when she stood up and realised she lost the top, completely. So I would think twice lol.
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    Just noticed you said you're a 32 e/f, in which case i'd definitely say you need a bikini with more support.
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    I wouldn't risk trying to keep my E's in there You can get pretty supportive ones similar to that from Accessorise and Monsoon, under wired and support in the cups rather than just lycra. Me and my F friend swear by them!

    http://www.accessorize.com/en/restof...invt/19740699/

    And be careful with white bikinis, no one likes a see-through disaster

    edit: We get them in size 14/16 then just tie the back to suit the 32
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    hey OP

    Im going to try and give a decent answer!

    One of my friends has mahoosive boobs (jealous!!!) but i really wouldnt suggest going for such a stringy bikini up top.

    Im sure guys would love them spilling out, but this is GUARANTEED, so if your self conscious i would suggest wearing something with a little bit more support. If you dont mind them spilling out quite a bit then go for it

    Why not try them on before you buy and see what it looks like?

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    (Original post by Miss_Scarlett)
    Im not speaking from personal experience because Im a bloody 30A (somewhere in the middle would be just right, no? )

    But a friend who is a DD wore a bikini like that, and the 5 of us went swimming in the sea...it didnt work out too well for her when she stood up and realised she lost the top, completely. So I would think twice lol.
    haha oh dear.. that's my main fear..!
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    (Original post by Cariie)
    I wouldn't risk trying to keep my E's in there You can get pretty supportive ones similar to that from Accessorise and Monsoon, under wired and support in the cups rather than just lycra. Me and my F friend swear by them!

    http://www.accessorize.com/en/restof...invt/19740699/

    And be careful with white bikinis, no one likes a see-through disaster
    i tried one of those before and it just ended up fitting weirdly! did she try it on in store?
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    (Original post by Bellissima)
    haha oh dear.. that's my main fear..!
    What do you think of this:

    http://www.figleaves.com/uk/product..../2012%20013123

    Black and white version is nice
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    (Original post by Bellissima)
    i tried one of those before and it just ended up fitting weirdly! did she try it on in store?
    We've bought them for two years running now I will say that some of them come out different sizes, we ended up trying on about three of the same size before finding one that fit well (I've got a peach version in a 16, and a blue version in a 14 that fit the same) Boobs aren't half awkward sometimes -_- Those are the only cheapish ones I've managed to find so far that don't result in spillage, then again I haven't tried them this year

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