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twinkle1010 Wed 06-Jul-11 18:31:45

Going away in three weeks and desperately need some new bikinis. Im a 34DD and they need to fit well but not be all grannyish! I look at the triangle ones longingly and know it wil never hapen grin

Im a size 10 (dont love the tops of my legs so avoid shorts)

Any recommendations?

ThisisaSignofthetimes Wed 06-Jul-11 18:35:38

I'm 36DD, halter tops work best, they pull you up! Freya do a good range, got mine on figleaves, size guides are very accurate.

twinkle1010 Wed 06-Jul-11 18:51:56

Will have a look now. Thank you smile

cathers Wed 06-Jul-11 19:56:54

Freya. Lovely designs, in fact bought one from house of fraser just yesterday.
Also try fantasie, or for a cheaper range, gorgeous at debenhams are quite nice

dearprudence Wed 06-Jul-11 19:59:59

Bravissimo?
Figleaves sell good stuff too.

BellsaRinging Wed 06-Jul-11 20:01:37

YY to the Freya ones-they are fab, but for a cheap fix Primark have cup size ones too.

hillyhilly Wed 06-Jul-11 20:04:05

Cheaper still, Next now have bikinis in cup sizes that are quite pretty, despite being designed by geri halliwell

Grumpla Wed 06-Jul-11 20:07:18

Freya are ace. Bravissimo does quite a few by them or you can get them online. They are quite expensive but I find that they last about two-three years as opposed to falling apart / fading after a month in the sun.

steben Thu 07-Jul-11 11:03:25

Figleaves - bought a tankini from them back in April - could not have been more impressed with it.

divingworldchampion Thu 07-Jul-11 13:03:35

I can totally recommend Fantasie bikinis, Im a similar size to you and i find them so flattering. They are sold in House of Fraser and "proper" lingerie shops. Have got two that are three years old and they still look brand new.

HeavyHeidi Thu 07-Jul-11 13:47:29

check ebay, you can find both Fantasie and Freya very reasonably priced. Also www.brastop.com

longsigh Thu 07-Jul-11 18:53:27

The 'isme' web site does some fab bikinis-with proper underwiring and solid support.

wileycoyote Thu 07-Jul-11 22:30:32

Try Freya on E-bay. I just bought 3 for less than the usual price of one!

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