Sydney Game Changer Swim Crop

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At the beach or in the pool, the Game Changer Top stays put as it flatters and lengthens your figure with just the right amount of coverage and support. This Albion Fit swim top's higher neckline and slightly longer length create a sporty shape that won't ride up or require adjusting, keeping you in place whether you're frolicking in the waves or spiking that volleyball. Crossing straps in the back add sass and let you show off your tan.

  • This swimwear also double as supportive sports bra! Great to swim in or get your sweat on.

  • For the perfect match, pair with our Sydney High Waisted Bottoms or Sydney Ruched High Waisted Bottoms.

  • To mix and match pair with our floral or solid bottoms!
  • Fully lined and removable bust pads included.
  • Busty friendly (through a DD, then we recommend sizing up)

  • 90% NYLON - 10% SPANDEX
  • SPF 45 Protection

  • Fully lined




Model Lyssie is 5'7" and wearing size Small. She has a 26 pant size, 34 bust and 26 pant size. 


Customer Reviews

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Hang Ten Game Changer Swim Crop

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V.
Comfy Hang Ten Top

I love the material and the cut of this top great coverage in the front and adorable back. I am 5'4", 145lbs and 55 years old, and wear a 34D bra. If you are looking for under wire support this is not the top for you. I have 2 of these tops and feel there is enough support for lounges and swimming.

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B.K.
Favorite suit!!

You guys I was a little skeptical about buying an Albion suit because of the price but it’s worth it! This suit is by far my favorite top! Print is so fun and so flattering on! Paired with the high waisted bottoms it’s my go to suit for the beach or the lake!! Definitely recommend just wish the price was a little lower!

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J.H.

I feel this swim suit runs a little small . But love it!

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R.H.
Sexy Camo Top

I really like the camo top. Since we live in the country and camo is already part of what we wear, this top fits right in! I like that it covers a lot of the chest. So many bikinis show too much and it makes me uncomfortable. I have five children, including two grown sons. This top makes me feel like I can wear it around my grown boys and teen girls without being embarrassed. But it’s not quite a sports top either. It’s still feels super sexy.

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J.
works well for a large bust

I now have three game changer tops. I have tried two other styles (rise and switchback) which did not work for me, unfortunately. The game changer is flattering, compressive, great quality and works well for a large bust. There's definitely a bit of uniboob going on, but the suit is so cute and I feel so secure in it that I barely mind. The midnight dash print is really cute. I still can't tell if the dark color is black, blue, or dark green, and I like that about it.

Next I'll go into excruciating detail about fit, in case it helps someone else.

I have a M in this top and it works pretty well for me. Sizing is challenging because my band size is so much smaller than my cup size. There's definitely a little bit of strain on the straps after a swim, so in that sense I possibly should be in a L. However, it's really important to me for the band to fit snugly under my bust. I am a 32H and I think the reason this top works is because the neckline is so high, there is enough fabric to go over the curve of my bust. I keep track of my measurements because I sew. My current measurements are: upper bust 36", full bust 39.5", under bust 32", and as I said, a M works for me though is a little tight in the shoulders. Last year, prior to some weight loss, I was wearing a very well-fitting XL and my measurements were: upper bust 39", full bust 42.5", under bust 35". One bust measurement in a size chart is not enough information for someone like me to get a good fit, but since I knew I had a good fit in XL I was able to figure out how to size down after weight loss by relating my measurements to the size chart.

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J.
works well for a large bust

I now have three game changer tops. I have tried two other styles (rise and switchback) which did not work for me, unfortunately. The game changer is flattering, compressive, great quality and works well for a large bust. There's definitely a bit of uniboob going on, but the suit is so cute and I feel so secure in it that I barely mind.I love this color against my skin tone. My partner says I look like a Colorado potato beetle, and he says that this is a compliment. I'll take it.

Next I'll go into excruciating detail about fit, in case it helps someone else.

I have a M in this top and it works pretty well for me. Sizing is challenging because my band size is so much smaller than my cup size. There's definitely a little bit of strain on the straps after a swim, so in that sense I possibly should be in a L. However, it's really important to me for the band to fit snugly under my bust. I am a 32H and I think the reason this top works is because the neckline is so high, there is enough fabric to go over my bust. I keep track of my measurements because I sew. My current measurements are: upper bust 36", full bust 39.5", under bust 32", and as I said, a M works for me though is a little tight in the shoulders. Last year, prior to some weight loss, I was wearing a very well-fitting XL and my measurements were: upper bust 39", full bust 42.5", under bust 35". One bust measurement in a size chart is not enough information for someone like me to get a good fit, but since I knew I had a good fit in XL I was able to figure out how to size down after weight loss by relating my measurements to the size chart.

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