I’m a 28i-cup & tried Kim Kardashian’s Skims swimwear – my boobs were hanging over the edges, even in a large | The Sun

SKIMS fans love how size-inclusive and versatile the brand's casual clothing, shapewear, and swimwear are.

One woman found the company's one-piece swimsuits and bikinis don't quite work for her large chest – and her video review risked a NSFW slip.

Fashion influencer Jen Warnes tried on the Skims swim line in a two-part video series on TikTok.

"If you have a naturally-larger chest, you know how difficult it is to find bikinis and one-pieces that actually fit," said Warnes, who lists her bra size – 28i – in her bio.

"I didn't have high expectations," she admitted, showing off her swimwear haul before she tried it on.

First, she tried on the Swim Tank Bikini Top, $48, in a size small.


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"This is not bad," Warnes said, but the two-piece was "definitely a bit snug on the top."

Warnes admitted the tight fit was her fault – she bought a small top and a medium bottom.

"I knew it was going to be a little bit on the tight side," she said.

Then, she tried on the Swim Triangle Top, $38 – and despite choosing a size large, Warnes had lots of spillage.

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"It is tiny," Warnes said. She pointed to the sides of her chest, where plenty of uncovered skin was visible.

"You can see how much of my boob is hanging over the edges," Warnes said.

When she moved on to one-piece suits, Warnes was anxious from the very beginning.

"I'm a little skeptical on this one," Warnes said, holding up the pink Cut Out Monokini, $88.

Her fears were confirmed when she tried it on and couldn't show her chest, covering the risque view with her hands.

"If you're going for underboob, a lot of underboob, then maybe this would work for you," Warnes said.

Though the swimsuit didn't show a lot of cleavage up top, there was a serious amount of breast showing in the midriff, where the swimsuit fabric was especially skimpy.

Finally, Warnes tried on the Scoop Neck One Piece, $88, and ran into the same problem – again.

"Still not it for the larger boobs," Warnes admitted. She gestured at the sides of her chest, where breast tissue spilled out the arm openings.

"Hanging out on the side, it's not my favorite look," Warnes said.

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