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'bigger sizes' swimsuits?

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PinkChick Fri 29-Jun-07 16:11:20

need one in size 18, have d size chest and like to push it up to defer from my fat arse and flabby gut!..so can anyone suggest something but now one that will cost me more than the holiday?..was looking about £30 max?
TIA

meandmyflyingmachine Fri 29-Jun-07 16:13:24

I wear an underwired tankini from bravissimo. It is fab. Bit pricier than you were after, but definitely worth it. Bravissimo do lots of underwired costumes. They might just go down as small as a D...

PinkChick Fri 29-Jun-07 16:15:25

..small!..cheeky!..how mucha re they then? and do the tops cover the over hang of gut above bottoms?

meandmyflyingmachine Fri 29-Jun-07 16:18:00

They certainly do.

Can't remember how much I paid - it was a while ago. Look on their website http://www.bravissimo.co.uk - they have loads.

PinkChick Fri 29-Jun-07 16:20:12

thanks, but LOL just clicked and thought the third pic said clothing to 'fit fatter girls' not fit and flatter girls!

meandmyflyingmachine Fri 29-Jun-07 16:21:03

I'd be happy with either...

PinkChick Fri 29-Jun-07 16:24:02

wow!they are pricy, just for the top!..i like the black all in one in the sale(i do DO black)

PinkChick Fri 29-Jun-07 16:24:33

they didnt look very long though?

meandmyflyingmachine Fri 29-Jun-07 16:26:31

I am 5 11 and my midriff is safely covered by mine. I think some styles are shorter. I tried mine on in the shop.

meandmyflyingmachine Fri 29-Jun-07 16:26:55

Mine is plain black.

PinkChick Fri 29-Jun-07 16:28:53

well im only 5 ft 6 so they should be good then but i cant make myself spend that amount on a top to swim in!

Lilymaid Fri 29-Jun-07 16:32:14

Marks and Spencer had a good selection with underwired cups/specific cup sizes/bodyshaper etc and some were under £30. Just looked on the website and some are now out of stock.

PinkChick Sat 30-Jun-07 08:07:52

thanks for that will check local one this weekend

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