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Maternity swimwear + big boobs

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SarahOoo Mon 09-Jan-17 21:37:42

I'm normally a H cup and pregnancy has made my ladies even bigger! I really want to go swimming so need a maternity swimming costume/tankini for big boobs too. Google search isn't going well so any advice greatly appreciated!

MabelTheCow Tue 10-Jan-17 09:40:18

Following with interest ... otherwise might need to be bikini separates from bravissimo and an exposed bump

MrsB110616 Tue 10-Jan-17 09:52:53

Try a bravissimo bikini top under a regular maternity swimming costume/tanning top?

MrsB110616 Tue 10-Jan-17 09:58:17

That should say tankini, not tanning!

ems137 Tue 10-Jan-17 10:10:35

I just wear a normal bikini but in the bigger size.

ConvincingLiar Tue 10-Jan-17 11:25:26

I bought a slightly bigger in the back tankini top than I needed in so eg instead of a 36H I bought a 40GG. This allowed a roomier tummy. Then I reduced the size of the back. Last time I checked, there was no big bra sized maternity swimwear.

Brastop is a good site for cheapish swimwear to try on and return.

SarahOoo Tue 10-Jan-17 14:24:41

Thank everyone! I'm not a bare my tummy lady but thank you for your suggestions. My sister did suggest a bikini top under a maternity tankini so I may try that too.

Will try Brastop! Annoyingly I was right by Bravissimo Covent Garden this moment and forgot to go visit doh!

ConvincingLiar Tue 10-Jan-17 18:31:09

Bravissimo annoy me in that once you get pregnant, they don't really want to know. Their selection of nursing/maternity clothes/bras is rubbish. It's the time when boobs can be most tricky. I know they're not the sole manufacturer, but they do make their own stuff. I don't think it'd kill them to do one bra sized maternity tankini.

MinnieNoush Fri 20-Jan-17 23:06:35

I found the perfect swimsuit after trying so many that did not accommodate my big boobs. I got this one from Amazon, you can pick the dress size and bust size so it should fit perfectly. I'm so happy I found it www.anita.com/shop/en_global/maternity-swimsuit-rongui-f3103c.html

ConvincingLiar Sat 21-Jan-17 07:28:36

That looks good, it's a shame it's only up to a G cup.

SarahOoo Sat 21-Jan-17 10:21:19

That's both! I actually found one by Fantasie that isn't a maternity one but had so much room on the tummy it fits my boobs (with naughty underwire!) and my 6 month pregnant tummy!

I usually wear a H cup by the GG and FF both fitted fine and Brastop have the green version on sale in FF so I got that one and will be taking the black one back as it was £26 more

www.fantasie.com/swimwear/versailles/ss13/tankini_with_control_lining.aspx?colour=black

ConvincingLiar Sat 21-Jan-17 19:54:27

I don't think underwire is naughty as long as it fits. Unless it's for all day sunbathing, presumably you only wear it for an hour max anyway?

NameChange30 Sat 21-Jan-17 21:38:21

I had the same problem and searched high and low for a swimsuit to fit my boobs and bump. There's a massive gap in the market IMO!

In the end I found Anita Maternity swimwear, which is the only option I found that you can order by cup size:
www.anita.com/shop/en_global/products/swimwear.html?collection_group=115

I ordered an Anita maternity tankini from Zalando, in cup size F which was the biggest available, still not my size but certainly more roomy than all the other maternity swimsuits I tried!

NameChange30 Sat 21-Jan-17 21:43:21

m.zalando.co.uk/maternity-swimwear/anita_/

jpeg28 Sun 22-Jan-17 07:17:02

I got one from Zoggs. I'm a 34H and a size 10/12 so it's been a struggle!! The zoggs one fits boobs perfectly, I got a size14 to fit the massive boobs in! It's still a big around the belly but that will get bigger! It was in the sale too!

moonoverthewater Sun 22-Jan-17 07:30:30

I got one from zoggs too and it's perfect for larger boobs , plenty of room for more growth too

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