Topanga Women’s Plus Size Swim Top – Day Dreaming – Tangerine
Topanga Women's Plus Size Swim Top - Day Dreaming - Tangerine
- Flattering V-neck twist front plus size swimsuit top
- Adjustable straps mean more coverage and support
- Soft cup bra with 1 3/8 inch contoured elastic band around front and back for extra support
- Tricot Power Spandex
- Top: Measuring from the underarm to bottom seam: Sizes 18W-32W: 16.5 to 19.5 inches
Plus size swimsuit top that's flattering for every body type. A V-neck swim top with adjustable straps allows for a custom fit.
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