I'm on a mission to find the cutest bikinis for girls with big cherries, my new top lifted my boobs in the best way | The Sun

A LARGE-CHESTED woman has shared her latest swimwear finds with her followers.

The fashion fan modeled the bikinis, one of which she said lifted her cleavage.

In her video, Lara (@laraseverinoo) told viewers: "I’m on a mission to find the cutest swimwear for us girls with bigger cherries so you don’t have to."

The TikToker ordered two looks from Two Swim, explaining that she is a "fangirl" of the two owners.

For her first look, Lara tried on a green and white floral print triangle bikini top.

She told her audience: "I love myself a halter style, it definitely looks like it’s my size, this is an XL.

"It’s giving Powerpuff Girls, ‘70s vibes and how cute are these matching bottoms?"

Lara summed up her first impressions of the bikini top, revealing that she was "really happy with the coverage, it does feel like the girls are covered."

She also pointed out that the adjustable straps allow you to "get the perfect fit."

Turning to show the back of the bikini top, Lara revealed that it had a "high cut" tie detail.

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For her second try-on, Lara shared her thoughts on the same style in "a beautiful teal blue color."

She told her followers: "I honestly love this color, this is what’s making it for me.

"I feel like it’s lifting my boobs just a little bit more, it’s also staying in place, I have no spillage."

Lara concluded: "I feel like I can move, I can jiggle, and nothing is moving around."

She informed her followers that the brand is currently working on expanding its size range.

The fashion fanatic previously shared swimwear looks that helped boost her self-confidence.

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