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Halter swim dress
Flattering swim dress features a bright floral pattern along bodice and halter straps and a solid black bottom, finished with a ring center. Molded cups provide shape and support. Includes attached brief. \n\n Lane Bryant bathing suits feature flattering plus size options designed for your comfort. For the pool, beach or resort, Nobody fits your curves like Lane Bryant!
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4 out of 4(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
I bought this suit last year and love it. It wears great, really comfortable. I went down one size in this and it it fits great. Just wondering why they are still selling last years swimsuit for full price.
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Review 2 for Halter swim dress
Shopping Preference: Online
Date:June 15, 2011
Pros: Style, Fit, Comfort, colors
I wear a 38D in lane bryant bras...thus I ordered a 38D and it fit PERFECTLY!!!! I wear a 16 in bottoms just so you'll know. Can't wait to wear this in Jamaica in a few weeks!!!!!!!! Highly recommended. Oh and I'm a little apple shaped..big stomach and thighs but this fit amazingly. Thank you lane bryant.
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Review 3 for Halter swim dress
Age: Under 25
Shopping Preference: In store and online
Not for Big Breasts
Date:March 23, 2011
Cons: Fit, Comfort
This is a lovely swim suit but it is NOT for women with big breasts. I understand that not all women curvy have big breasts but this is not supportive at all. Another swim suit to be returned and the search continues for a bathing suit....
Great shape, works for short torsos or longer ones
Date:May 5, 2010
Pros: Style, Fit, Comfort, straps are adjustable
Cons: halter tie can chaffe a bit
I'm a size 18-20, 5'3", and wear any combination of 40/42 DD/DDD bra depending on the style. I have a narrow waist, with some "pudge" above my belly button. I ordered this in a 42DDD and the chest was saggy and the back slipped down - it was just overall too bit. However, the general style I liked so I went to the store and tried on a 40DD and viola! Vavavavoom!
Because I'm a fuller cup, I get tons of cleavage - but no more than a bikini would have. I think the style would work fine for a C-cup, and probably a full B. The top has a good fit to hide those little bulges, and the skirt actually was more body-skimming than the photo appears. My advice would be to order down a size if you are comfortable with a *slightly* fitted suit. If you prefer it to fit like a dress, go with your normal bra size - but be prepared to have it taken in slightly to hold up the back.
Length-wise, on my petite frame the 40DD in the front falls maybe 3" below the top of my thigh, and the back is around 5" from the crease of my rear end. The length on the 42DDD was almost to the top of my knee in the back of the dress, and about a 5" drop in the front.
The fit of the 40DD length-wise is such that the panty's a bit loose ,and the back of the dress could fall a bit longer if it weren't for my ample hips - so I think someone who's several inches taller than me would still find this comfortable.