Busty babes, we hear you! We know the constant struggle/nightmare/death sentence when it comes to bikini and bra shopping.

We KNOW the feels when you see the kini you lurrvee but your tatas don't. We KNOW the feels when your friends of the perky B cup variety rock their string swimmers whilst running on the beach (without a single back ache, nip slip or consideration of a boob-tastrophe).

So At Hello Molly HQ, we decided to lay it all on the table and help our fellow boob buddies learn the do's and don'ts when it comes to kini' shopping!


DO

Opt for an underwire kini that will offer you the support of a bra, but still look chic AF. By lifting up your tatas, you'll spend less time worrying about your back pain and more time on deciding what cocktail you'll have next.


  

DO

When shopping for your swim top, head straight for the styles with thicker shoulder straps.

DON'T

Forget how cute thin neck ties may be, avoid them more than your ex. You'll thank us later when you're not recognised as Hunchback of Notre Dame #harsh.

 

 

DO

If you're confident rocking a little clevage, click add to cart on the tie-up styles that'll allow a little more breathing room for your melons, whilst still giving you the coverage and support you need.

 


DO

The female body comes in all shapes and sizes, meaning one part of your body isn't the same size as another. Buy seperates so you can choose the swim top that'll best suit your size. 

DO

No one wants their boobs sitting under their chin or below their belly button, so shop for styles that have the option of adjusting the straps on your cozi. 

DON'T

Stay clear of bandeau styles unless they come with attachable shoulder straps. Whilst you may be tempted by the lack in tan lines, you'll be too stressed all day that you've slipped a nip.

 

 

GET THE ACCESSORIES TO SUPPORT YOU THROUGH SUMMER