7 swimwear brands to shop if you have big boobs

Swimsuit labels that cater to DD+ cup sizes because every body is a beach body.

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If you're packing a DD cup size or above, you would know that shopping for swimwear can be a trying and traumatic episode. As a busty gal myself, I have way too much experience struggling to find a bikini top in my size only to settle for an ill-fitting alternative that has me holding onto the gals for dear life whenever I dive under the water.

So after much trial and error, I've rounded up 7 swimwear brands designed to support and flatter beach babes with big boobs. To cover all bases, we've thrown in a bunch of affordable, stylish and sustainable options too. You're welcome.


Woman wearing burgundy Fold and Form bikini at the beach.

Image: @formandfold on Instagram

1. Form and Fold

👙 Available sizes: D–G cup
🍃 Sustainability rating: N/A

Melbourne designers and lifelong friends Carly (32E) and Stephanie (32DD) launched Form and Fold in 2017. Since then, they've been on a mission to provide D+ cup babes with flattering and functional bathers. There are heaps of styles available but the size guides and self-fit check feature make it easy to find the perfect fit. With bikini tops retailing for $160, they're a little on the pricey side but I can attest that they'll last you many summers and are well worth the investment.

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Woman wearing Clovelly top from Monday Swimwear.

Image: @mondayswimwear

2. Monday Swimwear

👙 Available sizes: AA–G
🍃 Sustainability rating: 2/5

Monday Swimwear celebrates that no one body-ody-ody is made the same. The collection includes classic triangle tops and comfy ribbed bandeau to supportive demi cups and flattering one-pieces. Each style is also available in a range of colours and prints from classic white and neutral tones to electric neon and fabulous animal print.

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Woman wearing fuscia ribbed ASOS bikini at the beach.

Image: @asos on Instagram

3. ASOS Design Fuller Coverage

👙 Available sizes: 8D–28G
🍃 Sustainability rating: 2/5

ASOS Design Fuller Coverage designs combine the best of both worlds: inclusive sizes and affordable prices. While you're at it, the ASOS Design Fuller Coverage range offers some sexy and supportive lingerie to suit well-endowed busts too.

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@zigz_mom wearing a purple swimsuit from Snorkelbear Swimwear.

Image: @snrklbr_swimwear on Instagram

4. Snrklbr Swimwear

👙 Available sizes: XXS–3XL
🍃 Sustainability rating: N/A

Pronounced "snorkelbear" and crafted in Brunswick Heads, this brand spins vintage dead stock and recycled fabrics into head-turning swimwear. We're talking gorgeous gingham, electric retro prints and technicoloured tropicana prints. Sustainable and sexy? We love to see it.

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Woman wearing orange bikini from RAQ apparel.

Image: @raq_apparel on Instagram

5. RAQ

👙 Available sizes: 8D–14H
🍃 Sustainability rating: N/A

RAQ Apparel is the swimwear brand designed for busty women, by busty women so these gals know their stuff. With sizes ranging from 8D to 14H, the superstars at RAQ focus on support without sacrificing style. You can buy cossie tops and bottoms separately, which makes it easier to find a bikini that fits all your curves and swerves.

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Woman wearing Billabong bikini and shorts with a surfboard on the beach.

Image: @billabongwomens on Instagram

6. Billabong

👙 Available sizes: D/DD
🍃 Sustainability rating: 1/5

Iconic surf brand Billabong sneaks into this list with its D/DD range. I'm usually a size E cup in bras and I've found that its D/DD bikini tops (especially the Sol Searcher Mia style) are actually really forgiving.

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Image: @prettylittlething on Instagram

7. PrettyLittleThing

👙 Available sizes: 2–30
🍃 Sustainability rating: 1/5

If you're after size-inclusive swimwear that's a little easier on your wallet, go no further than PrettyLittleThing. The massive ecommerce brand offers on-trend swimsuits between sizes 2 and 30 across literally hundreds of styles. Swimsuits that cater to DD+ cup sizes usually err on the expensive side, but PLT swimwear generally sits between $20 and $100 for a complete set, which is a total bargain.

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If you're looking for more swimsuit brands with size inclusivity, check out our guide to shopping for plus-size swimwear.

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