Let’s cut straight to the chase.
Halter neck swimsuits, especially those with thin straps, are definitely not designed for large busts, you need to be extra careful, getting one with the wrong size will leave all the weight of the two girls to your neck and shoulder.
No matter how cute halter bikinis are/look on models, they should always be your last choice, you don’t want the pain to ruin the mood.
Already experiencing occasional sore back or shoulder pain caused by your boobs? Swimwear with very thin shoulder straps can only make things worse.
Most of them tend to pull tight on you, the straps can dig into your skin, and sometimes give you rashes. They are not DD+ friendly at all.
Beware of those that recommend these kinds of swimsuits.
Smaller figures with big chests do exist, ever heard of a P-shape body?
It’s a false assumption that people with fuller busts usually have wider frames so they should go with plus-size bikinis.
Pro tip: If you can only find swimsuits in plus sizes that match your cup size, get only the top and buy a separate bottom in your normal size.
Underwired swimsuits offer the best support, and can make your oh-so-big fellas less jumpy. Bikini tops with paddings give you more lift and can help show off more cleavage.
However, here’s what they can also do to busty people:
They accentuate your top, they push the two biggies up, and make them bigger than they already are.
An underwired suit in the wrong fit is guaranteed to give you underbust bruises.
You don’t want either of them.
Tops with wide underbust bands can offer the same type of support without increasing your cup sizes.
And paddings? They better be removable.
Spillage can happen when a bikini top does not have enough room for the ladies, it’s either the fit is way too tight, or the shape of the cup offers medium/low coverage.
It’s important to know that a good bikini top should not only fit well but also hold the breasts comfortably in place, regardless of their size.