It's a supportive swimsuit, and the width isn't uncomfortable, as it has been with some bras.
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I really like this swimsuit. It's simple, but has some slight edginess and androgyny to it, which is right up my alley and VERY difficult to find in my size range. I think a 30GG, my usual Freya size, could have worked just as well for me. I tried a 30FF as well, and the biggest difference between the two sizes is the cup width, which increases towards the back of the bikini, not the front. No matter what size you are, you will not have a great deal of coverage, which is, again, pretty difficult to find in my size range. I think this level of boob awesomeness is what non-full-on-bottom people get from the Freya Deco. (I am full-on-bottom.)
As with any halter top, though, my boobs have noticeable weight to them, and the band of the bikini has only one setting. I feel that this band fits like a loose 30, meaning that I do feel the weight of my breasts on my neck after a few hours. However, it's passed the beach frolicking test. I stayed contained and happy, and didn't have to think about my chest at all.
The sheer region is quite stretchy, and thus seems to vary widely in propriety level as a a result of boob mass. See pictures.
The bikini is unlined, meaning that if you care about nipples, you'll want to either add lining yourself, or position nipples under the seam of the cup. This may lead to more areola being visible through the mesh than you're comfortable with, if yours are a noticeably different color than the rest of your skin. For me, even with my large areolas, I don't find it to be a problem, but I'm brown and so are they.
See pictures for fastener type.
Updated on Jun 14, 2015 Flag this