I have 32HH boobs and found the best bathing suit for big melons – it goes all the way up to a J-cup | The Sun

A BUSTY woman has admitted she’s no stranger to the struggle of finding swimsuits that are both cute and supportive.

Luckily, she finally hit the jackpot with a stylish one-piece right in time for the summer.

Alice I (@aliceiloves) is a curvy fashion blogger who doesn’t believe in gatekeeping.

In one video, she sounded the alarm for her fellow “fuller melon” ladies to share her discovery of the perfect swimsuit.

The sandy blond beauty, who wears a size 32HH bra, first inched toward the camera to show how secure her cleavage was in the black number.

When she stepped away, the whole bathing suit was in view.

With enough belly coverage to help her feel relaxed and confident, it featured cut outs on the sides and an open back to create an illusion of a snatched waist.

As for the most important part, the top lifted her boobs and showed off the right amount of cleavage to be both sexy and comfortable.

Alice was clearly excited about the find, dancing around to flaunt her body and inspire women who look like her to make the purchase.

“It’s from Bravissimo and is available up to a J cup,” she said about the $108 lingerie-style one-piece.

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“I got you girls,” she wrote in the caption.

As for another large-chested woman who is preparing her summer wardrobe, a TikToker named Casee Brim (@caseebrim) tried on her top three bikini styles for curvy body types.

“If you have a similarly large chest, you’re going to love my recommendations girl,” she said.

From a standard triangle top bikini, to an underwire one, to a bra-style option, she left viewers running to make the same purchases.

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