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Non-skimpy bikinis - please help!

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nogoodusernamesleft Fri 05-Apr-13 09:41:44

I'm going on a 2 week trip mid-April which is going to involve lots of kayaking and rafting. I'm trying to find something sporty-looking that holds all my saggy bits in place that isn't too skimpy! Am 5'7, size 14-16, with a bit of a tummy.

Can anyone recommend any good sites where I might find something that fits the bill?

shopalot Fri 05-Apr-13 16:34:54

Why would you wear a bikini? A swimsuit or tanking sounds a better option imo

shopalot Fri 05-Apr-13 16:35:30

Tankini lol

SuburbanCrofter Fri 05-Apr-13 17:00:51

I find that White Stuff bikinis hold me in (however I am fairly flat chested - I'm more concerned about my stomach). The bikinis may not look any less skimpy than others on the page, but they are well made and this helps I think.

http://www.whitestuff.com/swimwear-dept1000420_pg1/

LadyAlex Fri 05-Apr-13 17:15:04

http://www.figleaves.com/uk/product/bb-b5012/performance-swimwear-tankini-top/

something like this maybe?

nogoodusernamesleft Fri 05-Apr-13 22:34:28

Thanks for the links - I wanted a bikini because I was planning on wearing board shorts as well, and was hoping to get a tanned tummy for once! Didn't think about white stuff or figleaves, so the links were welcome, thanks again.

Francagoestohollywood Fri 05-Apr-13 22:51:45

There's plenty of sporty bikinis in the swimming sections of big sport stores, they aren't usually skimpy.

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