Depends what you want really - personally, I rock the cheap as chips, keeps everything nicely covered boyleg swimming costumes from Sports Direct. They are not a thing of great beauty, but you can splash around in shallow water with little ones without showing your lady garden, and without them pulling the neckline down. I swim several times a week, and mine last well, and you see a lot of the serious swimmers wearing them too as they are so practical
Compare online and perhaps consider a bra sized suit with tummy control. I see lots of new swimwear on the usual suspects: Figleaves Leia Airy Mary Bravissimo Simply Beach Coco Bay
I just bought this tropical suit by Pour Moi in 34G. I generally steer clear of halternecks as the pressure on my neck is too great, but the concealed bra does a lot of the work on this one. Will see how I feel after a whole day in it though...
Speedo are worth a look. Had some good designs last year. Perhaps they sell direct as I don't see many on my favourite beach stores. If you want a plain red one again this has tummy control on sale for about £30, also by Pour Moi. I like thst it's no nonsense, put it on, swim and forget about it.
Bought swimwear from boden earlier this week. Very happy with it- have only tried it on, haven't actually worn it near water yet. Was happily thinking ahead to summer holidays when looking out at rain earlier this week! Got the wrap font swimsuit and Seychelles bikini top with mix match bikini bottoms and rash vest to throw over it if needed-burn very easily so thought it might be useful. Very happy with swimsuit- normally wear bikini. It's very flattering on, nice cut. Was about fifty quid I think?
I feel your pain. I am looking for a plain coloured, non control (makes me look like a sausage), halter neck swimsuit that isn't cut to the navel and which has decent cup coverage. I have just packed up swimsuit no. 8 to send back (control panel which wasn't described. I am a size 12, it shouldn't be that hard.
Seems it's impossible, so I had to wear my faded falling apart one this morning.