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Freya bathing suit c/o *see below for purchasing options, Prada sunglasses, Sam Edelman sandals (old color, here in nude)

This post marks a big accomplishment for me both personally and professionally. For starters, I am collaborating with a brand that I have used and loved for many years: Freya lingerie, highlighting their swimwear for curvy girls. However, and perhaps more importantly, I have come to a place where I am comfortable putting pictures like this on the internet. I love my figure and am proud of the curves I have, in a bathing suit or not. So, please, be kind, and help me in celebrating a swimwear line that finally caters to busty, curvy, beautifully hip-endowed women like us!

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When Freya asked me to choose one suit from their catalogue I immediately gravitated towards a two piece, if we are being honest. It’s what i’ve always worn if simply for the extra bust support. I decided to step out of my comfort zone and trust that Freya’s curve-enhancing technology would give me the proper support, and look I desired.

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While the bust look is definitely not quite as supportive as a bikini top, it did quite a good job! I ordered a 32F just for reference, and love that I could order by specific cup size.

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The polka dot pattern camouflaged any imperfections and the material sucked me in at all the right places.

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Thank you SO much to Freya for having me today and for all of you for supporting the brands that I truly love. Read my post about the best bra that hides back fat from quite a while back, featuring Freya, here.

* This particular style and color pattern isn’t available on Freya for purchase, but here are two piece options in the same pattern, and the same one piece style in a different color available online.