Nibs: a beacon of hope for women with plus size breasts

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Twenty-eight-year-old businesswoman Laetitia Vançon Pons created Nibs in 2023. The name of her brand is a pun around the word “Nibars” (which means boobs in French). Nibs offers a broad range of swimming suits and beachwear attire for women with larger breasts (from cup E to H/I) and new products will be available (up to size 5XL).

Growing up, Laetitia could not find a trendy swimming suit that fitted her G cup. “Brands that offer + size bras do not sell products adapted to youngsters” she says. She thought that Nibs could bring a fresher take on swimming suits to appeal to young women with larger breasts. Her collections blend bright colours, prints and more discrete hues adapted to all her clients.

Laetitia adds that + size swimming suit brands are far from the reality of some wearers. They sell swimming suits that conceal curves whereas Nibs offers the possibility to show them. That is what her brand is about: making women feel confident. The CEO designs swimming suits bras without armatures so that wearers embrace their “sagging nipples.”

Laetitia is also willing to offer a large product range, corroborating her implication in body positivism. She tells me that she does not want to limit her brand to one-piece swimming suits. Instead, she wants women with larger breasts to display their sexiness.

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