As someone who is cursed with DD’s (this is not a blessing in swimwear shopping!) I know how difficult it is to find fashionable supportive swimwear. Luckily things are beginning to change and there’s so much more available this year. It’s all still rather pricey though.

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My favourite find was Australian swimwear designer Sue Rice who created a drawstring halter neck tankini that will flatter tummies and boobs, it’s AUD$195.00 (£78) and she ships worldwide. The Seafolly bikini on the right is available in separates at the rather pricey amount of £42 each, but there is a choice of colour and styles for the matching bottoms.

Contrary to popular belief you don’t have to go for a ‘bra style’ underwired top, halter necks can be just as flattering and just as supportive. The most important factor is to find a bikini that fits, and for most people, this means trying lots on and buying separate tops and bottoms.

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The Freya Tequila Sunrise design is available in bra sizes up to an F cup and costs £24 for the top. It's from the excellent Figleaves website who have pages upon pages of D+ designs, and crucially, have free return postage so you can order a range of sizes to get the right fit.  The design on the left is only available up to a double D but like all the featured swimwear, you can order separate sizes for top and bottoms. The tie pants come in in small, medium or large and the set  is £64 from Swimhut -  who also have a small large cup size collection.