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Voda Swim Bikini – Designed for Small Breasts: Review!
Finding well-fitting and good looking bikinis when you have small breasts can be a challenge. I can't tell you how frustrating it is to try on bikini top after bikini top, just to find that they're too big or make my breasts look like tiny peas!!
Voda Swim Bikini: designed for small breasts
In the years that I've had this blog, I've heard a LOT of good things about the Voda Swim bikinis. They're designed by Russian model Yulia Drummond who was tired of not finding well fitting and good-looking bikini's for small breasts. I had the pleasure to interview Yulia, and I was super excited when Voda Swim sent me a bikini to review!
I picked the Morocco Envy Push Up Hoop String Bikini, both the top and bottom in size XS. When my mailman delivered the Voda Swim package, I got a little nervous. After all, trying on bikini's hasn't been my favorite thing to do. And what if it didn't fit? The smallest size bikini, especially made for small breasts? Ugh.
Well, I tried it on, and to my surprise - both the XS bikini top and XS bottom fit like a GLOVE. I can't tell you how excited I was!
It's like this bikini was made for my body!
Voda Swim Bikini XS Top Review
The moment I put on the top, I could tell it was very high quality. I was expecting the cups to be very thick, but they're not. They're nothing compared to stuffy Victoria's Secret push up bras. They're very light, and they look like a regular triangle bikini. But they are completely different from what I'm used to - there are no removable liners (that always come out frumpy if you forget to take them out before you wash them). Instead, the cups are completely seamless, made of a soft but firm material that fits amazingly well. I ordered the XS top, and I normally wear 32A in bra size. It must be the Voda Swim secret or something, but it works amazing. The bikini top covers everything great, gives you a nice lift (is that cleavage?!), and there are no peek-ins when you bend over.
The straps on the back are amazing quality. Normally, I have to ask someone else to tie the straps, and I just have to cross my fingers they won't come off. Since I was by myself, I did it myself, and I could tell that it wouldn't come off. The straps on this bikini are about 1cm wide, they're stitched twice, and the moment I tied them together, they sat very secure on my back. Bonus: they come with 14K gold endings, very cute!
Voda Swim Bikini XS Bottom Review
I picked the XS 'classic cut' for the bottom (other options were low coverage and Brazilian cut, just figured I'd stay safe here). I normally wear a size 0, and always shop in the juniors section - and this bottom fit GREAT. The bottom is very similar to other bikinis I have. Two strings on both sides (both with 14K gold endings as well), that you tie around your waist. The bottom is comfortable and fits securely. It covers everything well, and it looks super cute!
Voda Swim Bikini Before and After
Here's a before and after shot - me in a regular bikini, compared to the Voda Swim bikini. It was super hard finding a picture of me in a regular bikini, that's how uncomfortable I usually am with people taking pictures of me in my swimwear. But I'm doing this all for a good cause right... helping all us small-breasted women be confident! I think I can see a bit confidence peek through in the picture on the right...
Voda Swim Bikini: ExtraSmall 10% Discount!
My friends at Voda Swim also want to give all you ExtraSmall.me readers a discount on swimwear! Just use the code 'ExtraSmall' to get 10% off all bikini's, tankini's and swimsuits at VodaSwim.com.
Great Swimsuits and Bikinis for Small Breasts & Thin Women
Bikini season is peeking around the corner. Does that get you scared or excited? Well, you should be excited: I believe every woman has the right to feel beautiful in a swimsuit! No need to cover up your body, no matter how skinny your legs are or how tiny your breasts may be!
Certain swimsuits and bikinis can actually really flatter your thin figure. I put together a picture gallery of some great bikinis and swimsuits for small breasts and thin figures - different prices, different brands, and different kinds. And don't forget: the most sexy accessory any woman can wear: confidence!
Picture Gallery: XS Swimsuits and Bikinis
Summer Dresses That Make You Look Curvy! 3 Tips. (Fashion Friday)
So, summer is arriving, and that means: time for summer dresses!
My newest online clothing obsession is Mode-5.com: an online boutique that sells Japanese/Korean style clothing (read: small AND cute!), starting at size 00. And to make things even better: I got all you guys a special discount code!
If you buy any clothing on Mode5, just use the code 'ExtraSmall' for 20% off.
Just like bigger women sometimes like to make themselves feel smaller, thin women sometimes like to make themselves seem a bit fuller - so here are some summer dresses for skinny women - that will add some visual 'va-va-voom' where you might need it, and most importantly: will make you feel beautiful. Here's to a feel-pretty summer!
Tip 1. Ruffles: Cute & Curvy!
Look for ruffles and extra layers in the right spots: at the hips, butt, and breasts. Ruffles tend to add visual curves.
I always look for tops and dresses with ruffles, and I know they can be hard to find.
This cute summer dress 'Boulin' from Mode-5.com is a perfect example though. Plus, the short length of this breezy summer dress is great for short/thin legs as well.
Tip 2. Stripes make breasts/butt/hips appear larger
Also look for dresses with horizontal stripes. The stripes make eyes go from left to right and back, and therefore make you appear 'fuller.'
Look for dresses like this stripy dress - perfect for if you have small breasts, or if you're lacking some junk in your trunk! ;) Just kidding, of course. I just want you to feel beautiful - and dresses like this one are great for a summer evening out.
Tip 3. Skinny? Wear patterns!
If you're thin, the best way to add some visual curves is by wearing patterns.
Whether the pattern is delicately cute, flowery, or big and bold: all types of patterns will add some visual bulk.
The pictured Sticker dress is a good example of a nice colorful pattern. I'd like it even more if it had some ruffles! Always choose patterns or horizontal stripes over mono-colored clothes - it makes shopping for summer dresses fun!
There you go: 3 tips for great summer dresses that'll make you feel beautiful, and ready to soak up the sun!
I personally can't wait to start wearing T-shirts, dresses, and get a nice flip-flop tan. :)
Hope you're all enjoying your Friday ladies, and here's to a great summer!
PS Thanks for my friends at Mode-5.com for giving my readers 20% off!