If you’re like me you hate swimsuit shopping. Being a plus size girl I can tell you the selections in the stores are few and far between unless you want to spend a fortune at the speciality shops. Yes, you’re right you can find some at the mass wholesalers but have you ever looked at the quality of those things? Get them wet and you can see through them (uh, not for me). The seams are so narrow a wrong move and they’re coming apart. That only leaves 2 options, catalogue or online but how do you know how good the quality or fit is just looking at a photo or website. That’s why I jumped at the chance to review a swimsuit from Swimsuitsforall.com.
The suit I chose was Beach Belle Domino Plus Size Empire Swimdress Swimsuit.
When the suit arrived I was a bit hesitant since they sent a size smaller than what I ordered but I tried it on and guess what? It fit. It covers all the parts I want covered. The suit is well constructed with nice sturdy material plus it’s got a tummy control panel to make me look and feel slimmer than I actually am. Even though the suit has double straps that are thin, which I knew when I ordered, they don’t dig into my shoulders and they are sewn so well I don’t have to worry about them snapping and me loosing my top. The soft cup bra provides good support without feeling suffocated and the length is perfect for covering the hips and bulges at the upper thigh.
In addition to the style I received Swimsuitsforall.com carries lines by:
- Delta Burke
- Longitude by Robby Len
- Beach Belle
- Liz Claiborne
- Beach Native
as well as sizes from 8-34 and styles such as:
- High Neck
- Sarong Frong
- Sizes 26-34
- D Cup & Up/Underwire
- Post Mastectomy
The suit I received sells for $68 and I know this is a suit I can wear for multiple seasons.
A product was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.