Oh... this is what a one-piece is supposed to be like.
I feel beautiful I this suit
This is such a cute suit, and it looks really well-made. The size chart was accurate and the suit is really flattering.
Unfortunately, I’m a little disappointed with the lack of bust support. The built-in bra sits a few sits a few inches lower than than my bustline. It also isn’t a shelf bra in the usual sense, and definitely not as supportive as I wanted.
Over all, I’m happy with the swimsuit. It’s modest but not matronly and the pattern is really pretty.
Based on the reviews, I was hopeful that this suit would be the solution to my long-torso woes. Unfortunately, it’s not as perfect as I’d hoped. It’s definitely cute, and it has a lot more reasonable coverage of my breasts than most suits, but the built-in liners in the cups still start a few inches below my chest. And that’s sizing up 2x! Yes, I can remove the cups, but I can still tell by the way the suit crops in that it was intended for someone with a shorter waist. I'm probably the only one who will notice, but it is VERY visible to me.
I am keeping the suit because the high neck means that my chest is at least covered and not in danger of popping out of the top of the suit. But if you’ve got a long torso, maybe don’t get your hopes up.
The Waikiki One-Piece Swimsuit