Underwire bikinis are a great alternative to the more commonly seen bikini top styles. Even if you do not need the underwire support, it is a style that can still help sculpt your curves.
For women with larger chests, underwire bikinis can mean the difference between being able to wear a bikini and having to go with a dreaded one-piece swimsuit. Triangle and butterfly tops are super sexy, but the small strings and cups make them less than ideal if you are bigger up top. There are many different underwire styles from which you can choose, and one of the best ones is a minimizing top. A minimizing top can not only reduce your cup size by one letter, but it helps mold your shape which can be a great benefit, particularly for women who have breast fed. The top will fit snugly but still nicely round out your curves for a super flattering effect.
If you love the look of underwire bikinis but do not want or need the minimizing effect, there are plenty of other styles out there, as well. Demi underwire tops are cut much the same as demi bras, with a very low front that dips in the center. This style is better suited for women with small to medium sized chests. The wide set straps and underwire push your breasts towards the center creating cleavage that is sure to turn plenty of heads. Most other underwire tops can be worn by women with any size chest.
Underwire bikinis have a more tailored look just by nature of the style, and they look amazing with any bottom style. A demi top and thong bottom is a tantalizing combination, while a minimizing underwire top and a flirty boy short bottom is perfect for those who like to run and play at the beach.