Though I’m still small, my tummy isn’t as flat as it used to be and nursing three kids has definitely changed that aspect of my body. So when I looked for a swimsuit for this summer I wanted something to give me more confidence.
I knew I wanted a padded swimsuit to enhance that area, but I didn’t want one that was uncomfortable or got water logged. Voda Swim push up swimwear offers the perfect solution for anyone that wants to enhance their bust size in their swimwear.
Voda Swim is a new concept in bikini design. The magic is in a the patent-pending Envy Push Up bikini top created by international model Yulia Drummond. The Envy Push Up top visually increases the bust size by up to two cup sizes, without looking like a push-up.
Envy Push Up tops are comfortable; they have no underwiring and are designed to enhance or create natural looking cleavage. Additionally, they retain less than a tablespoon of water, where as typical push-up tops retain up to a cup of water in each bust.
Being that I wanted to hide my tummy I went with the Voda Swim Pushup Tankini with adjustable scoop bottom with the following features.
- Jewelry: 14K gold plated chlorine & salt water resistant
- Body: nylon/spandex, lining: polyester/spandex
- Fully lined
- Top: ties at neck and back
- Bottom: Full coverage
Since I’m very small on top and wear size small in shirts I went with a size Small for the tankini. I generally wear a size 2 in pants and shorts and according to the Voda Swim size chart I would also be a size small in the bottoms. I decided to go up to a size Medium though for added coverage in back and because my hip/behind area is a little bigger (another added bonus of having kids). Now I’m wishing I would’ve stuck with the size small though since the bottoms feel a tad big. I think if I just wear the Voda Swim tankini top with a skirted bottom I’ll feel more comfortable in it.
my old suit Voda Swim suit
If you look at the pictures you can see more shadow in the cleavage area in the picture on the right so it did add a little bit. My suit from last year does have a thin removable padding but nothing like the ‘oomph’ in the Voda Swim suit. I just think you have to have more up top to begin with to see a more noticeable difference and have it be able to ‘push up’ anything. I also think if I would’ve picked a different color I’d be happier with the suit (or if I had an actual tan)- I look very pale in it.
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