Swimming Pool Glimmering Darling19:42
First of all I'd like to apologise for the lack of outfit posts recently. I have lots of shiny new things to share with you but no camera to take pictures of them with. Hopefully that problem will be solved in the next couple of days with a super sexy DSLR. I'm thinking of getting a Nikon D3100, so if you have this camera or have any other recommendations for a camera novice, please do let me know.
Anyway, getting back to the main point of this post, it has been so sunny and warm the last few days it's got me wishing I was on holiday next to a lovely cool pool in a beautiful bikini. Can you tell that I haven't been on a holiday abroad this year, so I've had to imagine I am when the sun makes a rare appearance here in the UK? This lead to me browsing swimwear, wishing I was off for some winter sun in a hot new bikini. So I thought I'd do a swimwear post similar to my lingerie post, as I tend to have similar problems with bikinis and swimsuits not being available in bigger sizes on the high street or not being sold as seperates. I also find that it's pretty hard to find bikinis or swimsuits on the high street with enough support for us ladies (un)blessed with bigger boobs. So I thought I'd share what I came across when I was browsing online.
I've looked on ASOS before for bikinis but have never noticed their own "fuller bust" range and I have to say that I'm quite impressed with it. They have some really pretty ones and are more affordable than the typical "fuller bust" brands such as Freya, Fantasie and Pour Moi. I just wish that they'd have "fuller bust" models actually model it to see what they really look like, because I'm pretty sure that the models above are not a DD or bigger.
I am actually quite sad to say that these are the only larger sized bikinis that I could find within high street prices that I actually like. It seems that it's like searching for a needle in a haystack to find a bikini above a D cup that doesn't cost a small fortune. I also recently discovered that apparantly a size 16 is becoming the most common dress size here in the UK, so you'd think with the need for size 16 swimwear there'd be more availability in swimwear for the fuller figure, even if that only means for the top half.
Does anybody else have a problem finding nice affordable swimwear in their size?