SWIMSUIT season is here ! I have been getting a lot of traffic lately on  last years post on my best of the best picks for bigger bust swimwear.

Rant alert – ATTENTION all swimwear designers, manufacturers, department and online stores PLEASE make better and more on trend swimsuits for those of us with big heavenly momma jubba busts.

We are all not 80 years old. We are over bad floral, sailor stripes, conservative prints, polka dots & the tankini!!!!, We are not all plus sized so we need separates! We want to wear well constructed supportive versions of our friends swimsuits.

As mentioned in my last post my go to rules for online swimsuit shopping is whip that credit card out. Order in a few sizes and styles to see what fits your bust best and make sure you read the returns policy.

But I have saved you hours of searching the internets & done some extensive online digging to bring you the best of best bigger busts swimsuits picks for 2018.

Are you ready?


Asos gets major props from me for having an affordable and cool collection of fuller bust swimsuits and bikinis. They are always my first stop when hunting for a new swimsuit and I own quite a few swimsuits from their collection.


ASOS – Wolf and whistle lingerie inspired swimsuit & bikini is super sexy & flattering in black. Adjustable straps and is available in up to a G cup.


ASOS – Peek & Beau Bikini top in an adorable pink stripe looks super comfortable and summery. Peek & Beau Bardot Polka Dot Swimsuit is pool side worthy. I know many larger busts don’t do well with a bandeau but it comes with detachable straps for added support and that cute ruffle can actually minimise a bigger bust. Both swimsuits are also available in up to a G cup.


ASOS – Wolf and whistle mesh swimsuit is ticking all the boxes. Adjustable straps. Off the shoulder. Super flattering mesh waist. And a clasp back for added support. This swimsuit I think would suit larger bust woman and will serve some killer cleavage while still looking classy. Also available in up to a G cup.


Seafolly is my favourite designer swimwear brand when it comes to big boobs. The quality is amazing. They use hidden boning in a lot of their swimsuits and luxurious soft material. Seafolly swimsuits usually offer alot of support while managing to not look matronly. 6seafolly.jpg

SeafollyQuilted bralette bikini top has adjustable straps. Hidden underwire & boning for extra support. Although only available in a DD cup size they do run generously and may fit a smaller type E.


SeafollyBikini top is super sporty and sleek and easily matched to any black bikini bottom. Featuring boning on sides, adjustable straps which can be worn multiple ways. Available in up to an F cup. Seafolly Sahara swimsuit is a great option . The print is kind of cool and the black panels I am imagining give you a teeny tiny waist. It also has a cool cut out feature in the back which gives it a more youthful feel. Available in a DD cup.


Has a great collection of fuller bust swimwear that I am in love with. They don’t shy away from bold colours and prints and are on the affordable side which is rare in this niche market.

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FIGLEAVES – Festival Underwired Crop Top Bikini Top is currently in my shopping basket. I am enamoured with the tie dye pattern. It has hidden underwire support and is available in up to a G cup.  This bikini top would also double great worn under tanks and summer dresses.


FIGLEAVES – Bondi Beach Underwired Longline Bikini Top   I love the 80’s feel of this bikini top.  I also think longline bras and bikini tops are super flattering on a bigger bust and add extra support. It has a hidden underwire and is available in up to a GG cup.


Miss Mandalay – Icon Halter swimsuit  is killing it in the chic department. A classic swimsuit with modern touches that adds just the right amount of sexiness. Underwired with a clasp closure in back, side leg lacing & just the right amount of a  plunge neckline. Also available up to G cup.

So get poolside vacay straight up chilling this summer!


Outfit: Classic Tomboy

Hey, this is officially my first sweatshirt below.  I’ve never been a sweatshirt kind of girl. I don’t do sporty spice. I couldn’t even bring myself to step a toe into the whole athleisure trend. As far as leisure wear I am a complete pyjama wearer. But after 3 months of apartment changing, renovating and winter I thought id give the sweatshirt a go. And boy I am glad i did.


Think comfort. Warmth, Softness. Usually in winter I prefer to wear chunky knits. But they can become super bulky and too hot indoors.


This sweatshirt takes me from the bed straight to the street. Minus the blazer.


Did I mention these shoes….. My only pair. I am sooo sick of them. I CANNOT wait to open my shoe box out of storage and then I think I will burn these boots. I have been trying to hold off buying a new pair just to see how long I can live with 1 pair of shoes. 3 months i think is my maximum.


Heres hoping for a great week.

Radically Red


There is no denying that this seasons must have is radically red. Red is a power colour. Passionate. Fiery and bold and easy to identify myself too. Red is a colour that for me symbolises power. When I want to feel brave I pick red. In fact years ago I had a fling with wearing something red everyday for a few months. These days I really adore red accessories. I think it’s the easiest way to incorporate this colour into your wardrobe and is the perfect bright punch to any old grey winter day or outfit.


My top picks

  1. Aigner Red Bag
  2. Gucci Neck Bow
  3. Moschino Belt
  4. Tatty Devine Dental Bling Brooch
  5. Valentino Garavani Demilune Rockstud Bracelet
  6. Nars Manhunt Sheer Lipstick
  7. Nastygal Kitten Heel Boots
  8. Kate Spade Bow Beanie
  9. Tom Ford Carnel Red Nail Polish

Outfit: Winter Blues

It’s starting to get mighty chilly in Vienna this week. And knowing that there is only more coldness to come I decided to wear the last of a late summer outfit while I still could.


A simple shirt & jeans and a dirty pair of converse would usually be a late summer fall outfit but by adding a coat, a wool scarf and a cosy vest singlet underneath I managed to stay a toasty warm and avoid another sweater. Because sweater after sweater day after day can be so boring and claustrophobic for someone who likes a little variety and lightness in their clothes.


How about these converse. Too dirty? Or just dirty enough? Did I mention that 90% of my closet is in storage. And in a fit of trying to pack light I decided to 2 pair of shoes would be enough for what will be  now till the end of the year. And all my winter boots & shoes are in a box under a pile of probably 20 other boxes. 2 pairs of light type shoes in November & now December? What was I thinking?




Outfit: Sunday Stroll

Sorry I have been MIA lately. I have been moving flats. Actually more like packing up everything I own into boxes. Moving things into storage. Cleaning. And moving into an Air B&B for a month while we renovate our new place.  So needless to say I have been busy busy busy. But for now am enjoying our new temporary residence and Sunday was the perfect day to grab a coffee and to stroll around our new neighbourhood and find out where everything is.


Our temporary flat is located right near Karlsplatz and I am loving being so close to the city. They are beginning to set up the Christmas markets in ressel park and cant wait to opening day.


The sunny fall day was perfect for my vintage leather motorcycle jacket, some woolen tights & a floral dress. Fall dressing done easy.  And a welcome change from dirty jeans and dusty sweatshirts.

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I also was somehow smart enough to schedule a hair cut and color right before moving.  Giving me one less thing to worry about.

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So the next month will be full of renovating projects. I will be posting some before and after pictures of our new space. In the meanwhile I am chained to pinterest trying to keep all the projects in order and find new ideas.