Rachel has the perfect solution for sunbathing while lying on your front: digging holes in the sand as a ‘boob trough’ makes the whole experience much more pleasant!
“My friends find it hilarious, but at least my boobs are happy.”
16% of UK women surveyed mentioned they feel uncomfortable sunbathing. Natasha told us how she packs three books and a spare towel when going to the beach.
“Whenever I want to turn on my front on a sun lounger, I’ll need these, so I can rest my head and have a well-deserved nap in the sun.”
So, don’t worry! It’s nothing a bunched-up towel and a few paperbacks can’t fix!
After a slightly embarrassing bikini situation while mono-skiing, Scarlett invested in a properly fitting swimsuit;
“After being on holiday a few years ago and having my boobs pop out of my bikini whilst mono-skiing. I decided I needed a more supportive bikini, I returned 6 months later and was able to mono-ski with absolutely no problems, my boobs didn't even move within the bikini let alone fall out! Thank you Bravissimo!!”
We’ve all had our bras referred to as the perfect hammock, haven’t we? Well, Stacey certainly has!
“Guaranteed someone will make a joke about wishing they had a hammock on the beach and asking if they could borrow your bikini top. I think it’s quite funny, I sometimes even offer it myself!”
It’s a sunny day in Hawaii and your very first attempt at paddle boarding. All you want to do is brave the waves feeling confident that everything will stay in place.
22% of our respondents said that it’s important that their swimwear is suitable for sports and activities, so they can have fun without worrying. 70-year-old Fiona agrees;
“Good fitting swimwear really does pay off, I’m confident my boobs will stay in place while I have fun in the sun!”
Life jackets can be a little tricky for us ladies who are bigger in the boob department. However, Hannah found a surprising perk of a slightly-too-small life jacket on her honeymoon – great cleavage!
“When I looked down I realised the life jacket had squished my boobs together, can’t say I was complaining!”