women are large-busted, while the rest of their bodies are small. By
the same token, there are some women who have a larger build, and therefore
have larger breasts. There are also the women in-between—like
those with whatever size bodies who are just looking to show off that
new, perfect, Pamela Anderson breast augmentation. Whatever your needs,
the market for D-cup bikinis is much more improved now than it was even
a few years ago.
Find your combination!
· D-Cup Bikini tops with small bikini bottoms. —This is
the look for you if you find your bikini bottoms to be sagging when
you buy the same size top and bottom. Or when you’re searching
for that perfect bikini to show off the big boobs you bought—or
the substantial bust you were born with. Forget about your past troubles
with your bikini being out-of proportion—there is a solution now.
· D-cup bikini tops with medium bikini bottoms. —This
style works for women who are more top-heavy, but not too skinny on
bottom. With a nice d-cup bust that is just a little out of proportion
with your medium sized body, don’t worry about getting stuck with
a bikini that does not fit you quite right.
· Do you have D-cups that are in proportion to the rest of your
body? There are bikinis that will fit you perfectly, whether or not
you need to mix and match the sizes.
· For all the D-cup breasted women out there who want to go
for a more modest look. There are two-piece swimsuits that will accentuate
your features but not go over-the-top and be too revealing for your
taste. Some styles are cut higher on top and show just a little cleavage,
and some have longer tops, like an empire waist-style that hangs down
a bit over the torso.
· Of course, for D-cups everywhere, there are also a wide range
of one-piece suits that will fit you well, accentuate the features you
want to accentuate and draw attention away from the features you do
not want to bring attention to.
§ For the slender, sexy, D-cup breasted woman there are a variety
of one-piece styles, from halter topped suits with low-cut bottoms to
a crisscross of fabric that will cover the breasts and join at the hips
for that high-cut bottom.
§ For the D-cup woman who seeks a more modest one-piece look there
are a lot of styles to choose from as well. Some of the most popular
are those that come with a flat skirt at the bottom. They come in a
more low-cut style on top or a more high cut look—whichever you
prefer. There are many more one-piece styles to choose from. And they
are easier to shop for than ever!