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Neon bustier-style cropped bikini top with underwire. Comes with removable and adjustable straps.

*By Tavik Swimwear
*80% Nylon, 20% Lycra
*Hand Rinse
*Made in USA
*6 1/2" body length (for size small)


Rated 1 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by If a Large means B cup... I'm a 34/36 D. It fit fine around, my there's no way my boobs could fit into this thing. They overflowed the underwire in all directions so I looked like a clay doll who'd been left in the sun too long. When I did manage to get the underwire under my boobs, my nipples popped out the top. It was ridiculous. Super cute color, but I'll have to return it. They severely misadvertised the sizing on this (their L should fit a 39!). Maybe I'll keep the bottoms just because the color is so pretty? 2.13.2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by It runs true to size, if you are flat-chested For some reason, the designer of this top just did not think that women have breasts. Especially someone who orders a large, because, well, she is a large. I have 36 D boobs, and while the width of the bra fits true to size, the cups do not. The wire is merely stitching and does nothing, and if you can magically get your boobs into the cups, they pop out like an overflowing muffin top on a small muffin bottom. but on the bright side, the pink is a beautiful color 9.11.2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poorly cut, odd fit The bottom band rides up and the underwire does not sit flat on the body. The front is wider than the back and the hooks at the back are set low so all the tension is well under the cups, which pulls the whole top down. Cups are also not lined/padded, you can see everything right through the fabric. So disappointed... it's an adorable color. *purchased in size XS in lilac. 8.27.2012
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