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New Season DD+ Swimwear

Great news if you wear a bigger cup size. Our DD+ swimwear brands have really pulled it out of the bag this season. The swimwear for bigger busts coming in are better than ever. The essentials are there - comfort, support and fit - those three things combined with striking colours, prints and styles make for some special swimwear collections. Classics are well represented too, so you can pick up a flattering black bikini or one piece to form the base of your beach wardrobe, plus a head-turner or two in an innovative print. It's all here. What we love most about the likes of Fantasie, Freya and Panache is how expertly they balance exceptional support and coverage with fashion-forward design. A few highlights ...    

Strapless and Supportive?

Not two words you often find in the same sentence. One thing curvy women often struggle to find is a decent strapless bikini top that will support an ample bust. That's where Panache, Fantasie and Freya come in. These brands are brilliant at creating swimwear that gives you the support you need, even the strapless styles. Panache Holly Bandeau Bikini Top Fantasie Nairobi Underwired Bikini Top

Flattering Swimsuits

If all the predictions are right, 2012 is the year the one piece will really come into its own. There's an eclectic mix of styles coming in this season, with no one strong trend, there really is something for everyone.  A couple of DD+ highlights from Fantasie & Jets. Very different styles, equally stunning. Jets Classique Boyleg One Piece Fantasie San Jose Underwired Swimsuit

Pretty Prints

This is a great season for prints. Again, it's an eclectic lot - spots, stripes, tropical, abstract. You're spoilt for choice. Seafolly Avant Garden DD Cup Bikini Fantasie Chicago Bandeau Bikini This is just a little taster  - have a browse around our  DD+ Swimwear department for the full range!

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