Friday, June 5, 2009

Bikini ready!

Just kidding! I had you fooled, didn't I? I'm not bikini ready, but I DO need advice on where to get a good, supportive one-piece swimsuit (or tankini) that will hold my breasts up and isn't so low-cut that it shows cleavage. (It's okay that I say this on here, because no men read my blog...not even Chad).
Anyway, any advice??

6 comments:

Mrs. Awesome said...

me too! need advice. i think j crew has some good ones. they're $80, but they last quite a few years. as for no cleavage, well i think with suits you trade in one evil for the other. it seems this way to me at least, unless you go with speedo, but who wants to do that?

Katie Jones said...

You might look at Lands End online. They have great clearances. I got one for $15 a couple of years ago.

Jen said...

Me. I do that. I own a Speedo, very modest, very supportive one-piece. I got it at Costco a couple years ago for a very reasonable price. I love that it is not too high on the hips and not too low on the chest. I am hyper-sensitive about swimsuit modesty, though.

rhodesfam said...

Penney's catalog has more tankini selection than the stores. The ones I'm looking at are modest and hae full bras in them.

Hope said...

But I can't buy something online or in Costco where I can't try it on. I MUST try on my swimsuits. I have a very un-proportionate body, people.

Jen said...

You can try on Costco clothes after you buy them and then return them if you don't like them. You can even buy it, go into the ladies restroom, try it on, and then go return it all in the same visit. I've returned clothes there before no problem.