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Old 12-03-2019, 04:42 PM
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This is sort of a tangent from the political thread, but I don't want to derail that one.

I just bought a rash guard -- basically, a long-sleeved lycra shit, and a similar pair of pants. They are great for swimming without needing to worry about sunburn. But they are designed to be worn over a suit. The pants have rather large seams in the crotch, and the shirt provides zero bust support.

So I want to buy a two piece suit. Basically to use as underwear. Probably, no one will ever see it on me, so I don't much care what it looks like. But I want a little support up top, and something smooth on the bottom, and I want it to be small and not create too much of a "pantyline" under the rash suit.

I have no idea at all where to get such a thing. I might just use quick-dry travel underwear. But maybe there's something on the market that would suit my needs?
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Oh, and if it's not obvious, when I wear a bathing suit I expect to be in the water much of the time.
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I've seen people wearing suits that have tops with similar fit and cut as a sports bra. Not sure where to get them though.


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That guy was right, laziness has won out over the proper use of apostrophes.
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