I'm a fashion expert – 5 of the best bodysuits for big boobs approved by size 38DD and a ‘frumpy mum’ | The Sun

BODYSUITS have gone from a gymnast's essential to a must-have in our wardrobes. 

But if you’ve got a big bust it's not easy to find a style that works. 

Back in the mid 2010s Kim Kardashian, and then her army of sisters, stepped out in second-skin tops that seamlessly slipped under skirts and trousers. 

Her secret? Bodysuits. 

Wearing Wolford, and other brands, bodysuits in long sleeve, short sleeve, roll neck and other forms the Lycra fabric showed off their families famous curves and created a smooth silhouette. 

A whole host of A-listers followed suit including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who is credited for making Zara's bodysuits such a success, and the bodysuit revolution began.

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Since Kim has created her own brand of bodies, household name Skims, and every other high street and online brand sells them. 

But if you’ve not got your girls in a bra or tapped into place, if you’ve got big boobs you can be in danger of a fashion mishap. 

Now Fabulous' fashion editor Clemmie Fieldsend reveals the best bodysuits for big busts. 


In 2019 Kim Kardashian launched her shapewear and clothing brand, Skims. 

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The brand has an estimated value of $4 billion, but it all began with the Seamless Sculpt Brief Bodysuit, £68. 

Kim wore it in the campaign images and it is now their best seller. 

Despite the high price tag this bodysuit really does snatch your waist and its great for fuller busts. 

One fan said: “It is nice, holds, gives room for breasts, no bra needed (32H).” 

Whilst another review read: “…fits my boobs which are a size E (currently breastfeeding and got these after having my first kid). Very flattering.” 


From books to tech to anything and everything in between, Amazon is a go-to for shoppers around the world and bodysuits are no exception. 

Their number one selling women’s body suit is from a brand called Reoria. 

Their customers have given the £19.99 body a 4.5 rating and over 33,000 five-star reviews. 

But the reviews speak for themselves, with one very happy customer saying: “I am 5'11, 38DD with 32W and 40 hips- tall and curvy. I. Am. SHOOK. It has a little built-in bra so you do not need a bra- hallelujah- and I feel supported enough I dont worry the gals are going to escape or shift south to the navel.”


One of the biggest issues with bodysuits is that people think they will have no support for their bust, but Marks & Spencer have thought of that. 

Their Cotton Rich Light Control Secret Support™ Bodysuit, £25, comes with their Secret Support™, a hidden bust lining that gives you support and a little lift. 

Of course, it comes with the usual high standard feel of all M&S lingerie as well as their Cool Comfort™ technology helps to wick away moisture to keep you feeling fresh and comfortable throughout the day. 


Primark are known for their bargain buys but their budget £9 bodysuit is a double for the Skims best seller at a fraction of the price. 

Their Seamfree Shapewear Bodysuit is made up of very similar materials and is a very, very similar shape and design. 

Plus, the body-hugging suit receives rave reviews year after year, like one woman, with a size 32FF chest, who says “it feels absolutely unreal.”


You may have heard of the Shaperx Bodysuit that comes in different neck shapes and colours, but if you haven’t it may be because you haven’t got TikTok. 

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Their bodysuits went viral with fans declaring them to be the best ever and their hashtag has over 66 million views.

One fan said: “I'm a small 14 and felt like a frumpy mum, but since having this body suit feel so much more feminine and trendy. It smooths out the usual problem areas and is really soft.”

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