Say goodbye to the extra fabric, the cringe-worthy gaps, and weird bunching—Title Nine has all the swimsuit styles for us card-carrying members of the small-but-proud crowd in need of a bikini for small boobs. No matter your cup size or your body type, we’ve designed one-piece swimsuits and swim top
options to suit this particular size range. A & B cup women can find the swimwear they want that fits their small chests just right— but still gives the coverage and support they need.
Why are these swimsuits best for small busts?
Underwire bikini top styles, bra-style sizing and compression support for large busts get a lot of attention, but for those of us with small boobs, swimwear with all those bells and whistles is sometimes overwhelming for our small chests. Our concerns may be different, but we're still majorly in need of just the right swimsuit. We believe that every bikini top, tankini, and one-piece for small-chested women should be built with features like:
- Wire-free bands for light, comfortable support
- Adjustable straps so you can find your perfect fit
- Neckline styles that don't give cup gaps (square-neck tops, one-shoulder styles, and scoop-neck tops and one-pieces)
- Lightly padded cups that deliver bust coverage and support, that fit even our A and B cup girls
What type of swimsuit is best for a small bust?
When it comes to bikinis, tankinis or one piece swim for small busts, less is definitely more. Sometimes all we need is a simple tie-back triangle top with no flair or frills. Other times, we need a sport-level bathing suit that we can pull-on in one go and hit the waves without needing to readjust.
Too much fabric, padding, or double-lined cups can be total overkill, uncomfortable, and even overwhelming for small boobs. Same with overengineered or bra-sized swimwear with an underwire, built to accommodate the support needs of bigger boobs. Small chests should look for swimwear that comes in a S/M/L size range in easy, straightforward styles like criss-cross bands, on-trend floral-print tie-fronts, or lower-cut printed bikini tops. Your bikinis, tankinis, or one piece swimsuits should include removable soft padded cups and adjustable ties—features all built to help you dial in your fit, especially for the small chested among us. If you do like a little extra support, consider an underwire.
When it comes to bikini top styles for small-chested women, you've got plenty of options, from bandeau to triangle bikini tops, and even lower-cut v-neck tops that show a little cleavage. Plus, T9 has tons of styles, from solid to printed bikini tops that you can mix and match with any of our mid-rise and high waisted bikini bottoms.
Looking for a one piece swimsuit? We've got those too. Look for light coverage and wire-free supports, with fuss-free styling that won't overwhelm.
Are all bikini tops padded?
No overstuffed padded bikinis here—we keep our padding minimal. Many of our bikini top styles offer removable soft cups that let you decide what kind of coverage you want.
Are swimsuits bra-sized?
Cup-and-band size tops work great for the D-cup-and-up crowd, but for those of us with small bust sizes, bra-style swim sizing often becomes too much. That’s why many of our A & B cup designs stick with simple sizing and streamlined designs, so we small-busted gals can say goodbye to all the unneeded bells and whistles. Whether you’re looking for strappy, halter tankinis
, high neck tankinis, high neck bikini tops
, triangle bikini top, or v-neck, T9's collection of one-piece swimsuits, bikinis, and tankinis are designed to fit you (and your boobs) just right. And if more support is what you need, our underwire tops and one-pieces got you and your girls.
How do I make sure a bikini top will fit me well?
No matter what size your boobs are, a well-fitting bikini top is key to keeping you supported and comfortable, whether you’re hitting the waves or just hanging on the beach. Luckily, our Title Nine Bra Size Calculator does double duty for bikini tops, helping you find your perfect size in both cup and band and standard sizing. Want more tips on getting a swimsuit that’s just right for you?