The top was skimpier than I expected. I really do not want to look like a sex object when I am in public at a pool or beach. The 34 was a little loose. I do not like a large portion of my cleavage to show. I am a mother, plus I do not want my cleavage to burn., I am fair complected. I would have to keep reapplying sunscreen to my cleavage to prevent burning. Why can't someone make a bikini top more like a bra that would not have a low cleavage area? Also I thought that for a top as expensive at it is, it would be made out of a more supportive cloth. I was not expecting the material to be so thin, my breasts are heavy! I only weigh 114 lbs. and I am 5ft. 2in., but I have huge breasts that need support. The bottoms looked great from the front, but from the back my behind cheeks stuck out. I do not want to be exposing my butt either. I go to the beach or pool to swim with my family, and friends, including children. I do not want to be self conscious about my private body parts showing! I had to return the swimsuit and ask for a refund. I guess I'll have to start from scratch again, I will look on your website for more options. Can you suggest another suit for me to try? My top is 32f or ff, my bottom is a size 6. I might just have to wear my bra and undergear swimshirt and little boy swimsuit shorts again this year.
I would recommend that you try our Fantasie swimsuits. This brand is a bit more “classic” than Freya. The briefs provide more coverage than the Freya brand, and if you look for collections offering an u/w Full Cup Bikini Top or an u/w Bandeau Top, you’ll find that both of these shapes will cover more than the Freya tops. I don’t want you to have to resort to wearing your ‘little-boy swimsuit shorts’ or the ‘undergear swimshirt’ again!
Vicki from Carriere, MS, Pearl River County
Petite (5'3" and under)