chic one piece swimsuits?

(21 Posts)
keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 07:48:04

I am having a crisis before my holiday - not worn a bikini since before babies and I am getting nervous about showing my stretched tummy. I have properly fitted bikinis but not worn them yet.
I wondered if there were chic one piece swimsuits about that don't cost the earth. I am ample of bosom so needs to be fairly substantial. No cut outs, plunge to waist or anything like that. And something more cheerful than black hopefully!
Any ideas?

Radyward Thu 28-Jul-16 07:55:30

I was at a leisure centre pool last week and ordered a regatta swimsuit after seeing it on a woman there. It was on sale too. I can't link but if you look us the red with blue halter trim . I thought it was lovely. 40 pounds full price down to less than half now

DianaT1969 Thu 28-Jul-16 10:56:15

For a fuller bust swimsuit check out the online specialists. I'm sure they all have sales now. You might pick up a Freya one cheaply.

Leia
Brastop
Airy Mary
Bravissimo
Simply Beach
Ample Bosom
Belle Lingerie

keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 11:41:46

Are non wired ones a bad idea? Ino some ways I feel like having the cups draws more attention and that's not what I am looking to do! Someone mentioned a nice coral scoop neck one but it's sold out. Maybe even some of the higher neck styles would be OK?

Pisssssedofff Thu 28-Jul-16 11:43:47

Boots had some lovely Red plain ones for £14 in the sale last week, brilliant fit

keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 12:14:32

I've looked in two boots already but no joy. I'll try another today.

Pisssssedofff Thu 28-Jul-16 12:20:08

Are they online ?

DianaT1969 Thu 28-Jul-16 12:27:41

Keepon - personally I love the high neck suits and bikinis. Worth trying I should think. I know what you mean by cups adding bulk or attention. You should probably steer clear of moulded cups, but might like underwired soft cups (only fabric, like a bra). Some moulded cups on me go in a different direction when I turn smile

keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 12:54:41

Thanks Diana, I am trying to find some stylish high neck now but struggling.

keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 12:55:45

Sold out online too pissssssssedoff

DianaT1969 Thu 28-Jul-16 13:27:49

Only one style on Leia in the sale:
http://www.leialingerie.com/freya/high-neck-swimsuit/as3923.aspx?colour=multi

pizzapops Thu 28-Jul-16 13:35:54

I swear by the Magisculpt swimsuits. They hold all the wobbly bits in and look lovely too. Have a look here
There are loads more on the JD Williams site if you search for Magisculpt and pretty reasonably priced too.

keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 14:15:25

Love the cut of that one Diana, just not sure if it's a bit shouty for me though! The navy and white one is £65 though

firedancer Thu 28-Jul-16 14:53:25

I went to the personal shopper in Debenhams a week ago. She was great. I bought 3 that I really like, cheap as chips. If you've got time before you go away, i'd definitely recommend it.

SpeakerOfTheHouse Thu 28-Jul-16 16:12:33

I bought this last week, it's very flattering.. figleaves

BreakHerOffAKitKat Thu 28-Jul-16 16:23:42

Ive just bought this one from next - I've recently had a baby and am ample busted - this looks great on and keeps my boobs where they should be!

BreakHerOffAKitKat Thu 28-Jul-16 16:25:27

It comes in other colours too

keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 21:18:18

Well Diana, taking a punt after all on that bright Freya one - I'm whining about having boring swimwear then not branching out and trying something different!! Thanks for the pointer, hopefully I'll like it when it gets here....!

DianaT1969 Thu 28-Jul-16 21:35:19

Fingers crossed. Let us know how it is. Presumably sale items can be returned?

SchnitzelVonKrumm Thu 28-Jul-16 21:38:35

The Speedo Sculpture range is very good - not underwired but supportive.

keeponkeepinon Thu 28-Jul-16 23:35:48

Err,I hope so! It would be undress distance selling regs anyway.
I saw some quite nice speedo ones schnitzel. I've ordered the Freya ando an asos one. If they aren't right I'll look at them more closely

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