Swimsuit

Discussion in 'Clothes' started by LRian, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. amincer

    amincer Worker Bee

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    I'm pretty sure the top is the Siren from Same Swim, they have matching bottoms on their site. Not too sure on the bottom she's wearing in the photos though.
     
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  2. Rachelp

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    Pretty much all of her plain bikinis are from Mikoh, they're pretty pricey but definitely really great quality wise!
     
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  3. jenniex

    jenniex Worker Bee

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    Reviving this thread as summer is approaching. I browsed through and saw many cute tops but.. I tried on my bikini from last year and my boobs have honestly disappeared completely. I love the look with no padding etc, but in some occasions I would also love to have my boobs looking bigger than they are.

    What shapes or brands of bikini would you recommend to achieve bigger looking bust?
    My bodytype is pear, so now that my upper body has shrunk, my hips look even wider when naked/in underwear *sob*

    I tried google but honestly, suggestions to start birth control or gain weight to have bigger boobs are not even my last resort.
     
  4. smallthing

    smallthing Super Star

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    I find that halter top bathing suits that don’t show a lot of cleavage make your shoulders look broader and balance out your hips :)

    Hate the bikini here but for example:
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  5. proseccoprincess

    proseccoprincess Grand Dame

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    I was just about to bump this thread! I need recommendations for good swimsuit brands, mid range price I guess (80-200$ for the whole swimsuit?), ethical/sustainable companies preferred. I’m so sick of the “high cut” trend because it does NOT look cute on my body type.. I love all the Bamba swimsuits but they’re all high cut which just would not work on me. For reference I’m sort of hourglass shaped but I don’t have a big chest or butt, just a big ribcage :lol:

    It’s so hard to find new brands today without being bombarded by instawhore-collaborations..
     
  6. stargirl

    stargirl Grand Dame

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    So I kind of impulse bought this swimsuit from Selfridges last summer and even though I don’t exactly regret it, I’m annoyed at myself for buying it as a self bribery to get skinny cause I literally have only worn in three times since then :smash:

    The brand, Hunza G, hand makes all their stuff in London so @proseccoprincess I’d say it’s pretty ethical. It’s also by some definition sustainable as everything’s one size, good quality and fairly timelessly designed so you’re not gonna need to buy again every season I guess. Price wise everything’s £100-150 so not bad.

    The one size fits all thing is really good cause you can be SG skinny, pregnant or Tess Holiday and still fit it! Not that you’d necessarily look good in it at 250lbs but whatever. My only concern is that the straps are a bit too long for me and I’ve got no tits so swimming with any force can be... revealing. Also I’m too pale and don’t really suit high legged things but that’s not their fault lol

    Still tempted to buy a bikini of theirs this year cause I’ve *ahem* been trying to tone up and feel like it might be more flattering on me. But I’m super open to more suggestions :flower:
     
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  7. Rose

    Rose Rookie

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    Mikoh and solid and striped have some really nice bikinis for <200$ a set. Mikoh is on the pricier end, but I think their quality/fit is worth it. You've probably seen solid and striped all over instagram but they have some classic, timeless designs so I can overlook the influencer aspect for them. I don't think either of these brands are sustainable/ethical though. I feel like so many cute swimsuit brands are from Australia and companies there have no interest in sustainability lol
     
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