Summer Sun, Water, and Sand Fun with Aquashape Swimsuits and Giveaway!
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Ahh, it's swimsuit season. For those of us who live at the beach, we drag out our same swimsuit we have had for seasons, slather ourselves and our kiddos in sunscreen, grab the boogie boards and sand toys to head to the beach. For those of us that have neighborhood pools, it's mostly the same, minus the sand toys. Substitute diving rings, inflatables, and pool volleyball nets instead!
Whatever the reason, we dread swimsuit shopping. Okay, full confession, I DREAD swimsuit shopping. Each year, swimsuits seem to reveal more skin and as I dislike how high thigh areas are, how low chest areas are, and how in general they don't fit properly.
As much as I love to grab the chair and spend hours reading, I need a suit that I'm comfortable in, that covers me well, and that I don't have to worry about losing or readjusting if a huge wave or poolside cannonball occurs.
The whole low cut top and high cut thigh suits don't work for the one who is chasing the waves down (or maybe chasing kids, teens or friends), I also might engage in a game of spike-it or beach boccie, which are both not meant for low cut suits where I might share something I don't want to share.
Aquashape Swimwear has your back if you are ANYTHING remotely like me. Even though I'm not a mom, I still want a swimsuit that provides great support and that I can be active in. I used to be super self-conscious about my body at the beach or pool, but as I've gotten older, I honestly don't care about things like cellulite, tummies, etc. I still care about keeping parts contained that need to be contained, especially because I'm rather well-endowed.
Aquashape Swimwear is meant for ladies who lead active lives and want to address certain body concerns. Swimsuits are built with tummy control, thigh minimizers, bust enhancement, and mastectomy friendly!
There are many patterns, colors, and styles to choose from! One-pieces, swim dresses, aquatards, and even separates to build a two piece are all created for the active lifestyle and are created with women's needs in mind!
Sizing ranges from XS- XXXL, so there is a suit available for almost any woman out there! I also find pricing to be incredible. The cost of swimwear, for such small amounts of fabric, seems to be atrocious, but these swimsuits are affordable and will last.
I was sent a one-piece suit with a front keyhole opening in black. This one-piece suit fits really well. Often I struggle because I do have a shorter torso, which can make one piece suits complicated, as well as the chest area too. I love this suit because everything seems to stay where it needs too, even when crashing into waves!
The straps are adjustable, which is also a plus, because with short torsos, often comes difficulty in shoulder-length. This suit does feature tummy control, does have a medium leg cut, and I'll be honest… it didn't ride up my rear like some other suits do! The straps are made in a halter shape, but I didn't touch them the entire time. They didn't fall down like the straps of other swimsuits do.
One of the features of this suit I automatically noticed is the cups. I hate cups that are not sewn into suits because they don't stay in place. While I wore the suit, the cups stay in place, but I realize that I have to make sure they are where they are supposed to be before putting on the suit. These are removable, with openings to do so, which I like as well. Not everyone needs extra padding or wants to deal with the hassle of swimsuit cups.
There's also a handy dandy sizing chart to help you figure out sizing. A lot of companies use different standards, especially non-American brands, so I always measure to get the best effect. I don't necessarily go by what I would "normally wear". My suit is a 2X, which is an Aquashape size 20. I'd actually say that my hips and torso are probably more of an 18, but I would hate to have something be too tight in other areas.
Aquashape lists some other features of this suit, which is a nice addition: piling and chlorine resistant, SPF 50 Protection, front + back mid-body ruching, removable cups, and is meant to withstand long usage. Washing this suit should be done by hand, with some mild soap. Definitely hang dry as it's mostly polyester.
Overall, if you want a suit that is meant for your body, will enhance or touch-up the areas you are concerned about, and that helps protect against the sun, then find one from Aquashape Swimwear. At $59.99, I'm amazed that this suit has such great quality in it's stitching, fit, and fabric.
Not only will Aquashape suits make you feel beautiful while at the beach, pool, or in any water sport, they will help keep your skin free from harmful UV rays! Aquashape doesn't offer them, but Dolfin, the company that makes Aquashape, even offers rash guards.
There are still lots of warm months left for beach and pool adventures, so be sure to grab a suit from Aquashape. Happy Summer!
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