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REBCCA SparkPoints: (353,736)
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7/20/14 12:05 P

The best fitting swimsuits I have were ordered from here: www.figleaves.com/us/ranges/dd/swimwear/20
539/20541/?show=1&noc=1


You should find your size and fit as they allow you to find by size and bra size.

LOLEMA SparkPoints: (105,894)
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7/20/14 11:49 A

i have bought the same suit for last three years...it is a two piece shorts and tank top,
it is very flattering for me, i get it from woman within.

DROPCONE Posts: 1,592
7/20/14 11:19 A

The good news is that they are likely to be on clearance soon! You could also try a two-piece suit. You can usually purchase the tops and bottoms in different sizes so each will fit, and there are tops that are longer so they still cover the belly.

GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,439
7/20/14 8:14 A

Wow KBOBO I see you've lost 74 lbs. Kudos to you!

You might try a sheath; they dimish the tummy area. Good luck and get shopping, summer clothes are rapidly disappearing from the stores and fall and winter is the look - in JULY.

K-BOBO Posts: 753
7/20/14 12:31 A

I didn't know where to post. I am wanting to begin swimming for exercise in hopes to ease by back and knee pain. My problem is finding a good suit. Problem is I wear an 18 ..all in the belly and flat chested. They usually are to loose in the chest. Any suggestions?

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