Looking for better support? You'll find it here.
Big blooms are more grownup than girly; subtle ruffles are just sweet enough.
Noelle Swimwear, $188; noelleswimwear.com.
What do you do when your cups runneth over? Stop wearing a bra underneath your suit (you know who you are) and instead invest in something with all the structural integrity you need. Sizes up to 16.
Miraclesuit, $152; dillards.com.
The navy background looks sophisticated; ditto the single-strap neckline.
Ella Moss, $125; ellamoss.com.
Bored with black? Us, too. Molded interior cups won’t pinch or shift.
Vitamin A, $159; bestswimwear.com.
The top looks so good, you’ll want to wear it with skirts and shorts (and you can).
Girls4Sport, $93; girls4sport.net.
Dear Ruching: Thanks for keeping my middle on the DL. Sizes up to 16.
Tommy Bahama, $136; tommybahama.com.
So supportive, we consider the neck tie optional.
Shoshanna, $185; shoshanna.com.
The detail in the chinoiserie print is a standout.
Natori, $188; natori.com.
For the confident among us: Go for the gold (hardware-hoop details, that is).
Voda Swim, $127; vodaswim.com.
The perfect union of wide straps, extra Lycra in the midsection and durable fabric is worth the investment. Sizes up to XL.
Agua de CoCo, $201; 212-575-1001.
Stay-put but stylish in a shimmery bottle-green hue. Too much of a boost? Take out the top’s padded inserts.
H&M, $23; hm.com for stores.
The fiery matrix design will give your skin a bronzy glow, no sun required.
Sauipe Swimwear, $225; shopsauipe.com.
The look is glam, and the bikini top is bra sized so you can find your ideal fit. Sizes up to 26.
Elomi, $118; nordstrom.com.
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First Published Thu, 2012-06-07 13:53
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