I have 28J boobs and did an Abercrombie bikini haul – they're very generous with the cups, I'm not afraid of falling out | The Sun

ONE busty woman with a slim frame has found comfort in her new Abercrombie swimsuits.

She never has to worry about spilling out the bikinis she bought because of how big the cups are.

As a size 28J with a small frame, Jen Warnes (@itsjenwarnes) has struggled to find viable swimwear options.

But her recent Abercrombie bikini haul served her everything she could have ever wanted in two-piece picks.

Jen purchased all items from the brand's Curve Love Swim collection.

First, she put on the $44 High Apex Underwire Bikini Top with the $32 Tall-Side High-Leg Cheeky Bottom.

This supportive top met her needs by fitting her breasts and band.

"In these bikinis, there is just no need to size up for your chest," Jen proclaimed as she slipped on the next two-piece.

She donned the $40 Wide Strap Pleated Underwire Bikini Top and the $32 Mid-Rise V-Front Cheeky Bottom.

Jen recommended buying the sets in the size you normally would for clothing.

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The excited shopper got all her tops in a small but admitted she could've gotten an extra small in this one.

For bottoms, Jen bought mediums and wanted to exchange them for size smalls.

She said: "They are very generous with the room in the cups. I feel secure. I wouldn't be afraid of falling out of it at all."

At this point, Jen preferred the blue set over the green bikini. She had one more to try.

Lastly, the TikTok user changed to the $44 Seersucker Tie-Strap Underwire Bikini Top and the $36 Seersucker Mid-Rise High-Leg Moderate Bottom.

While this checkered print top was by far her favorite, Jen wished she got a smaller size in the bottoms.

"It fits my chest really well. It's not giving me too much of a push-up," Jen proclaimed.

She loved how the underwire was digging into her ribcage.

The top provided the perfect amount of support without being too revealing.

Eager buyers thanked Jen for her honest opinions of Abercrombie's swimwear.

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"These reviews are so helpful. Thanks," a sweet woman commented.

One familiar follower wrote: "I LOVE this line. My DDs are finally allowed to wear cute tops."

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