The Most Popular Swimsuits for Women Who Wear a DD (or Above)

Not everything is a popularity contest. But when on the search for one of the trickiest fashion items—a swimsuit top that’s supportive for women who wear a DD cup or larger—we turned to numbers to help us track down some tried-and-true styles. And despite how it may seem, there are a lot of options on the market that won’t make you feel like you’re just settling.

To track them down, we turned to the stores that stock a wide range of swimwear and asked them to provide a few of their best-selling styles for women with bigger busts. Ahead, we rounded up the best of what they have to offer in a variety of silhouettes—triangle, underwired, and even strapless. And considering these picks are favorites among shoppers, we suggest you don’t wait too long to purchase one for yourself.

Scroll to see all the best-selling DD-and-larger swim styles from a number of retailers.

ASOS told us that its customers “love lingerie styling on fuller-bust swimwear.” This moss-colored one is a perfect example.

Top available in sizes 30DD to 38I. Mix and Match Crochet High Waist Bikini Bottoms ($23) available in sizes 0 to 14.

If you see something you love—like this lacy style—scoop it up ASAP. “Compared to last year, our fuller-bust sales for swimwear are up 20%,” says the UK e-commerce site.

Top available in sizes 36DD to 38DD. Exclusive Premium Lace Applique High Waist Bikini Bottoms ($16) available in sizes 0 to 14.

Swimsuits for All


Swimsuits for All

Even though this design doesn’t have an underwire, it’s super supportive and was a best seller (now sold out) from the GabiFresh x Swimsuits for All line.

Shop similar style: Swimsuits for All Black Convertible Tankini ($48)

Playful (and popular) polka dots? Yes, please.

Available in sizes 4 to 24.


Swimsuits for All

Over 1200 units of this style sold last year, and it was a best seller for the past few seasons, Swimsuits for All says.

Shop similar style: Swimsuits for All Madame Everglade Underwire Bikini ($63)




According to Target, this mesh-and-embroidered style was a major hit in the past. And we can see why.

Shop similar style: Vanilla Beach Scallop Mesh Bralette Bikini Top ($33) and Scallop Hipster Bikini Bottoms ($23)



This best-selling high-neck style is a great option when you’re looking for coverage and maximum support. (It was so popular that’s it’s now sold out.)

Shop similar style: Social Angel Floral High Neck Bikini Top ($30) and High Waisted Swim Bikini Bottoms ($30)

When it comes to Bloomingdale’s, this pretty, ruffled design is one of its top sellers.

Top available in sizes A/B to D/DD. Side Tie Bikini Bottoms ($92) available in sizes S to XL.

The crochet on this swimsuit not only adds color but a little extra support too.

Top available in sizes S to D and Tahiti Reversible Bikini Bottoms ($58) available in sizes S to XL.



Yes, a supportive, strapless swimsuit is possible. This one from Bloomingdale’s sold particularly well.

Shop similar style: Shoshanna Scalloped Bandeau Bikini Top ($128) and Scalloped Bikini Bottoms ($85)

Shop More Bikinis

Top available in sizes 30DD to 36I. Stripe High Waisted Bikini Bottoms ($24) available in sizes 2 to 14.

Top available in sizes 1X to 4X. Lover High Waist Bikini Bottoms ($72) available in sizes 1X to 4X.

Top available in sizes 34C to 34E. Low Rider Bottoms ($170) available in sizes 2 to 16.

Available in sizes 0X to 3X.

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