The style: over-the-shoulder
Why this bikini top rocks: This style is ideal if you aren’t looking to go strapless or don’t want a halter top that ties around your neck. You get the same support you would from your everyday bra. Another plus: You can also adjust them. Converting to a crisscross in the back will give you even more support.
The style: halter top
Why this bikini top rocks: Guess what? You may think you can’t wear a halter top, but you can—provided you find one in your size that features an underwire. Best of all, halters are slimming and look hot on everyone, at every age. Halters create a sleek silhouette that draws the eye up and down. The underwire is brilliant because it takes some of the pressure off your neck, and these are customizable, which means you can loosen or tighten it to change the way it lifts.
The style: bandeau
Why this bikini top rocks: Bandeaus can be surprisingly ideal for the big-busted. Opt for one and you’ll be tan-line-free and fully supported all day long. Underwire and side-boning also help keep your top in place. This means you’ll feel comfortable taking the straps off and then, when you want to take a walk down the beach, you can reattach them, giving you the versatility to say, ‘I want to go strapless now!”
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