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BREAST BUDDIES: Lilly and Lime Review

Review of Lilly and Lime by Freya Bennett

You may have noticed I’ve been reviewing a LOT of bikinis this year. For someone who has struggled to find bikinis my whole breast-having life, this has been incredible. But something was missing. While I love bikini wearing, sometimes I just want some more coverage. Mainly to do laps in or to take my baby swimming. I want the comfort and safety of a one piece but have not found any with enough support for my boobs! UNTIL NOW!

Today I want to introduce you to my new breast friend. She comes with me to do laps, she lets me run around the beach playing with my baby and she holds me in and UP in all the right places. Meet my new Kimono Forest Cap Sleeve by Lilly and Lime!

Lilly and Lime specialise in D cup and up swimwear and they have a HUGE range. Started by two busty besties who were frustrated with the range for booby women, they’ve experienced the difficulty in finding stylish swimwear that fit so they started their own brand to fill a gap!

My new one piece has hidden underwire and extra support at the back so I feel like I’m wearing a comfy bra underneath my bathers. It also has a high neck which I find super stylish and one that no bikinis can compete with. It’s nice to have a bathing suit that I don’t have to think about accidentally popping out of. Despite the amazingness of all the bikinis I’ve been reviewing, no matter how supportive, there is always a possibility of my boobs coming out. My boobs like to be out. They’re party boobs, not much can hold them in. But in my Lilly and Lime one piece, there is nowhere for them to pop out of! This gives me confidence when doing laps, and also peace of mind. I also don’t have to think about my boobs when enjoying a day at the beach with my bub!

These bathers are also great for women who like to be a bit more conservative. There is absolutely no cleavage in this one piece and despite the full coverage, it’s really cute!

I’m so impressed with how far the technology has come for busty babes wanting cute bathing suits, Lilly and Lime are at the top of their field and for one pieces, these babes are my number one!

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Freya Bennett

Freya Bennett is the co-founder and director of Ramona Magazine for Girls. Freya is a musician, artist and writer from Melbourne, Australia. Peek into this green, caffeinated city and you will find her writing and playing music, making colourful art, and discussing the virtues of feminism. Freya has a passion for youth issues and has been studying Youth Work during 2017 with the hope to be a mentor and help youth (especially teen girls) to overcome any obstacles they are faced with. To combat her own obstacles of anxiety and hypochondria, you can find Freya boxing, practicing yoga and swimming in the ocean. She believes in opening up about mental health struggles and shining a light on what is not spoken about. Freya welcomed her first daughter, Aurora into the world on the 21st of November, 2017 and is smitten! She hopes the Ramona community will surround Rory and give her so much strength as she grows! With a passion for grassroots activism and creative community, Freya began Ramona Magazine as an alternative to boring, image-obsessed teen media. The magazine is founded upon Freya’s core values of creative expression, equality and kindness. Visit Freya’s Soundcloud and follow her on Instagram @freyasadventures.

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