- April 6, 2022 at 11:19 am #634093WilmaParticipantRegistered On: July 24, 2021Topics: 16Replies: 198Has thanked: 1404 timesBeen thanked: 811 times
- April 15, 2022 at 8:01 pm #639040ChloeCDuchessRegistered On: November 5, 2019Topics: 11Replies: 541Has thanked: 2055 timesBeen thanked: 2529 times
I have a one piece swimsuit which I pretty much only wore when I had access to a nice full sized pool behind the house where we used to live. When I could I’d go out in the evening and take a swim, or lay in the sun on a deck above the pool, both fully out of site of the road in front – although we were out in the country a little. Since we don’t have a pool where we are now, sadly no more swimming and no reason to put on the suit (we’re also in a little denser neighborhood, lots of trees but visible to houses around us), but I may put a picture up when last I wore one. Oh and my forms worked really nice in the suit I had. Not so much in a two piece I once tried.
- April 15, 2022 at 5:32 pm #639007Sandy HoneyLadyRegistered On: February 24, 2021Topics: 20Replies: 355Has thanked: 243 timesBeen thanked: 1848 times
I have swimsuits and body suits. Both are very different and I don’t think I. could wear a swimsuit all day like I can a body suit. They are just too thick. I do wear mine when sunbathing on my deck so I don’t worry about adding forms. Most bathing suits have thin pads in place and you can remove them and add thicker ones and I have done that on occasions. Klassy Network has really nice body suits that have exceptional pads and when I wear them with shorts or skirt I find I don’t have to add forms to get the look I want.
- April 15, 2022 at 3:42 pm #638995K SwimLadyRegistered On: July 8, 2019Topics: 11Replies: 652Has thanked: 314 timesBeen thanked: 1341 times
Being a huge fanatic of swimsuits, I find myself pretty much REQUIRED to comment here…
That said, I should talk a little about my collection…which is almost entirely swimsuits. I also have a couple of leotards, bodysuits, and body briefers. As mentioned in an earlier comment, swimsuits are usually a strong material. Body briefers are too. The only difference there is that I don’t have the option to swim in a body briefer without ruining it. That said, they can often hold breast forms in place pretty well. Leotards often look pretty, but don’t always hold breast forms in place. Bodysuits are very similar to leotards, except a bit more stretch making it even harder for them to hold breast forms in place…but they have the snap crotch.
I could use bikinis or bras to assist with holding forms in a bodysuit, but just don’t even wear them very often. I do once in a while though.
- April 10, 2022 at 9:46 pm #637690Marg ProdueLadyRegistered On: March 16, 2022Topics: 0Replies: 62Has thanked: 165 timesBeen thanked: 167 times
Hi Wilma, I work as a costumer and have regularly made swimsuits into bodysuits. If I find a style of swimsuit that I want to convert I just need to make a little modification. I just cut the hook ends of a bra off and then cut the crotch of the swimsuit and then sew the two together. That way you can wear your shorts or mini skirt and still get to the bathroom without too much trouble. I wrote an article that you can see here on CDH Recent Articles that may explain more about the adding forms part. There are even a few pictures. It’s called “Swimsuit Perfection” and hopefully that will help you. I wrote it because it is difficult for most people (both M + F) to get a good fit in their swimwear. The article will show you how I add forms into the suit and the same method can be used for bodysuits and leotards. If you find the article helpful, then please comment so I know it was useful to you. Marg
- April 9, 2022 at 8:09 am #634911Quinetta HarrisLadyRegistered On: January 9, 2021Topics: 7Replies: 111Has thanked: 214 timesBeen thanked: 399 times
Well I am a bodysuit fanatic, I definitely would not go swimming in one though lol. I do have a one piece swimsuit that is really cute that has “pockets” to where breast forms could be put in with a little bit of customization. I bought it from SHEIN so it’s not specifically made for girls like us it just so happened to have available compartments that would be accommodating for breast forms. I have actually thought about wearing it as a bodysuit since it is so cute (to me).
As many different bodysuits that are out there, there are that much more one piece swimsuits that could be worn as bodysuits as well. You know that we are all about options, options, options, no matter if there are 100s of great bodysuit options for us, am I right? Also most importantly, swimsuits can be made with stronger material than bodysuits, so they’ll last longer. I do not know about y’all, but sometimes the snap crotches in bodysuits can bother my scepter so wearing a one piece swimsuit can be much more comfortable against her ;).
- April 6, 2022 at 1:44 pm #634132Natalie PaigeLadyRegistered On: October 11, 2021Topics: 1Replies: 15Has thanked: 71 timesBeen thanked: 93 times
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- April 6, 2022 at 1:18 pm #634125Celeste StarreLadyRegistered On: June 26, 2018Topics: 49Replies: 1374Has thanked: 381 timesBeen thanked: 5041 times
No ,but they come in very handy when you want to go swimming. Never tried one with breast forms.
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