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    I am looking at bikinis at the moment but I can't seem to find any flattering for a small chest. I'm a 30B usually and most bikinis make me look absolutely flat, I really want a strapless one aswell but the one's i've tried just act as a bandage flattening down the small amount of bust that I actually have!

    Does anyone have any suggestions of good styles/places to buy bikinis for people with smaller boobs? Preferably cheap aswell!
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    Believe it or not.. Primark have really good lift swimwear which could come under ten pounds. Usually I'm iffy with Primark because of how cheap they are but honestly their bikini tops - I think it boosts by like 2 bra sizes or something. They're really good! Nothing else on the market that matches them. Well suited for small chested people making the most of what they've already got! Oh and stay away from string bikinis they are nightmares!


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    I have a very small chest too, I wear bikini tops in a size 6 and they're usually fine. Topshop definitely do underwired bikini tops (not using bra cup sizes) so they should give you a bit of lift.
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    At least you don't have the opposite problem... Primark do size A-D cups really cheap.

    If you had F+ you'd have to go to specialist shops and pick between 6 awful styles, all of which cost over £30 for the top alone. If you want to be cheap you can never get a matching pair cos that will set you back £50 at least.

    + Small boobs look great!!! Especially in a bikini
 
 
 
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