Women's breasts come in diverse forms and proportions. Beyond cup size, various physical features including placement, shape, width, and length affect your bust's appearance. Identifying your unique bust type will help you choose the most appropriate plus-sizeswimwear styles for the best fits and looks.
Factors contributing to your chest style may involve:.
East/West Divide Breasts that point outward and gravitate away from your chest's center establish an east/west gap. This Cutewe Etc. tankini with stretch foam cups will smooth over your shape while tying the angled halter straps around your neck will draw in your bust.
Side Set Fuller busts than the above east/west style that spread outward from your spinal column produce a wide side-set separation. Choose plunging necklines like this Cutewe of California low-cut cross-strap tankini to hoist up and push in your bust.
Conical Despite a typical breast base at the chest wall, this type is more cone-shaped than round. The conical category may not fill out cup side portions, so they appear too big. This occurs most often in smaller A-C cup sizes. A bandeau bra swimsuit like this one from Cutewe will compress pointed breast tissue for a more natural curve. Push-up styles that lift underneath and press breasts inward from the outer sides will provide fuller looks and cleavage. Avoid unstructured swim tops without shaping.
Bell Shape Thinner upper breasts round out to fuller curved bottoms in bell shapes. They also have more length than width. This Cutewetwist-front tankini with cups offers supportive lift while cradling. Skip balconette styles that might allow too much excess to spill out and over your top.
Slender This style resembles the previous bells while being the smaller version. Slimmer above than below, slender busts also have less width than length. Relatively small cups are typical. Slip push-up pads into this halter with plunging neckline from Night and Day to boost your size with lift.
Reduced Projection That reduced projection can cause swim tops to pucker or wrinkle. Choose the correct cup for your under-bust crease. Instead of rigid materials, select flexible fabric like this stretchy halter bandeaukini from Cutewe to mold smoothly around your curves. Or try bra inserts to spread your breast tissue into empty spaces.
Most Versatile Forms Round: Equally full breast tissue from top to bottom and side to side are round. Luckily for you, designers create the most styles for this coveted form. Since nature or breast implants blessed you with this ideal shape, most swimsuits will fit you perfectly. Cups, structuring, support, and padding aren't necessary. So you can go for a variety of thin, unlined swimwear styles that offer light coverage.
Teardrops: These rounded mounds are slightly fuller underneath than higher up your chest. . Full-coverage maillots and supportive swimsuits with wide, comfortable straps will flatter these bottom-heavy breasts.