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The Best Push Up Bathing Suits

Updated April 17, 2017

From Victoria Secret to lesser known retailers such as Voda Swim, push-up swimwear is marketed towards women who wish to gain a little more confidence at the beach by enhancing their bustline without surgery. For those who are looking for an extra boost in their swimwear, there are various options that are both non-conspicuous and comfortable.

Victoria's Secret Push-up Tops

Victoria's Secret offers more than 50 types of "miracle bras," including swimwear that promises to enhance the appearance of a woman's cup size. The wireless push-up halter top is one of the top sellers for durability and overall comfort. The bikini top not only comes with removable push-up padding but the halter is banded so that cleavage is enhanced without the inconvenience of underwires. With a retail price under £26 as of August 2010, this versatile bra may be a sufficiently affordable choice for those on the market for a push-up swimsuit.

Voda Envy Push-up Bikini

Voda Swim markets its Envy Push-up Bikini as one that will enhance the appearance of breasts size by one or two cup sizes. Additionally, the company claims the Envy looks just like a regular bikini with low water absorbency. With no sagging effects upon water contact and no underwiring, the Envy Push-up Bikini may also be a comfortable option with a top-notch design.

Venus Triangle Enhancer Top

Venus Swimwear's Triangle Enhancer Top paired with a matching low-rise swimming costume bottom may be perfect beachwear for those seeking to show off their summer body. The enhancer triangle moulded cups are hidden in the swimming costume top to give extra shaping and lift. The piece is accented with an elastic band that rests under the bust to maintain a natural appearance and comes with a slide closure as well as a standard hook for maximum support.

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Leah Shiota has been a writer for over five years. She has written articles for LIVESTRONG.COM and "Theme Magazine" covering cars, electronic gadgets and personal health. Leah holds a Bachelor of Arts in theater from Butler University.