Q&A: The Best Bikinis with Removable Padding

July 27th, 2007

Q: I read your question about the best bikini styles for women with a small bust.  I’ve been looking for bikinis with removable padding (as you suggested), but I haven’t been able to find any!  Would you please suggest some bikinis with removable padding?

Calvin Klein Two Tone Buckle Bikini A:  Like we said, bikini styles with padding will help you maximize what you have.  We like removable padding, in particular, because it makes the swimsuit easier to wash.  Here are three of our favorite styles:

Miracle Bra Wireless Push Up Top | $28 at Victoria’s Secret
The banded halter top and push-up style will amp up your bustline.   Matching bottoms $21-$28.

Calvin Klein Two Tone Buckle Bikini | $92 at Figleaves
I love the buckle clasp on this solid halter bikini by Calvin Klein. Removable padding will help flatter your bustline.  (Pictured).

Kenneth Cole Reaction Ruched Halter Tankini | $40 at Victoria’s Secret
Ruching at the bustline will add volume, and the suit features removable padding.  Matching bottoms $31-$37.

Have a great tip about where to find bikinis with removable padding? Share it with us in the comments!

Style question?  We’ve got answers.  E-mail us at tips at omiru dot com, or leave us a comment with your question.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Heather  |  July 29th, 2007 at 10:41 am

    Try J Crew with “padding” they are excellent, the padding isn’t removable and it’s not obvious either – adore them! Also small triangle tops work great on smaller cup sizes, whereas people with bigger sizes tend to look hoochie.

  • 2. Trisha  |  July 30th, 2007 at 1:28 pm

    Great tips! Thanks, Heather!

  • 3. Jenny Michelson  |  May 28th, 2010 at 12:38 am

    Dear Sir/Madam.
    I’m in URGENT need of some removable padding for my OWN knickers,because of the major fractures I’ve had, I’ve lost a lot of muscle wastasge in my buttocks, The result is I’m actually sitting on bone which is extremely painful. Regardless of the softness of chair/s I sit or the bed I lie on the pain is agonising. Due to the fractures I’m unable to sleep on either side, hence I must sleep on the my back & sore buttucks!! Air Cushions are of NO relief at all because these protect the tailbone where I DON’T have a problem,, but NOT in the buttucks where I DO need the padding!
    Can & will you please help me? If not can someine else please?
    Thank you,
    Jenny 28/3/2010 Australia

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