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Ewa Michalak Sunshine Plunge Bikini Swim Top in Coral

Ewa Michalak

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Uses the Polish sizing system. This brand makes cups A, B, C, D, DD, E, F, FF, G, GG, H, HH, J, JJ, K, KK, L, LL, M & MM. Ewa Michalak’s wire smiles for its cups are much narrower than other brands, which makes this brand ideally suited for those with projected and narrow breast tissue. Some styles run large in the cups. This brand uses centimeters instead of inches for its band sizes. Visit our FAQ to find your equivalent cup size in other sizing systems. If you aren't sure of your size, please give us a call and ask us to look up your previously purchased bra sizes. If you have never been fitted with us before, make an appointment for a fitting or arrange for a virtual fitting with one of our expert fitters. Click "Appointments" at the top of this page or give us a call. When the bra is new, it should fit you snugly but comfortably on the loosest hook. This will ensure that you can get your money’s worth out of the bra. After you’ve had the bra for a while, the bra will stretch out, and you can begin to wear it on the middle hook, then eventually on the tightest hook.
Finally! A plunge bikini top for larger sizes, featuring Ewa Michalak's narrow underwires. This bikini top features a comfortable band with a smooth finish, and an innovative strap solution that allows you to switch the strap position from standard to criss crossed on your own--the adjusters are located on the front, making it super easy to adjust. If you have a problem with bikini tops sliding off your shoulders or if you want to wear a cover-up without the straps showing, you can simply unclip the adjuster, criss-cross the straps, and snap back into place.
This bikini top uses the Polish bra sizing standard, which uses centimeters instead of inches. Although there is not a direct equivalent between band sizes in inches and centimeters, here is an approximate conversion: