While I didn’t feel the bikini top was amazing (5 stars), it was great (4 stars) for coverage and quality. So, yes, I had confidence I wouldn’t fall out, but I didn’t feel comfortable enough with the look of the top to walk around, without immediately putting a cover up or towel on when not in the pool. I am large on top and average elsewhere. At 5-3”, I weigh 150lbs and wear a size 8-10 bottom. I wore my own multicolored skirt bottoms which matched the black swim top. Just eh. I don’t like to stand out, but I felt like my girls were the only things doing so. And, more so in a tent way, than a cleavage-spilling way. Not very flattering! I ordered a 34 GG, but probably should’ve gone with just the one G cup, maybe even down to F/FF. My UK size according to comprehensive measuring guides is 34 H/HH. I read where you should size down, which I did, but still didn’t feel compressed enough in the 34 GG. In fact, hardly at all. I’m used to wearing minimizing sports bras for my regular bras, though, so maybe that’s why I felt my girls were kinda in your face, albeit, completely covered. Hard to explain, but the bad part is, there really are no other options for my size. The quality of the workmanship is good, but for $77, it was basically spent out of necessity and not with the excitement I was hoping to have after reading the reviews. Oh, one last thing, it SHOWS temperature changes like nobody’s business...maybe that’s also why I wanted to cover up right away! I wish I had taken an old suit with the little removable liners with me on vacation, so I could’ve sewn them into the cups of the suit. But, with all that said, I still feel better in this suit than your average Target or dept store suit. I don’t regret this purchase.