Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Miraclesuit Swimwear

As people close to me will know, I am rather self conscious of my stomach, having had a hysterectomy 5 years ago it will never be flat like it used to be and I feel very uncomfortable wearing a bikini.  So when I was offered a Miraclesuit to review I couldn't wait to see if they really work.  Now I am not going to include any photographs of me wearing it because I would not want to impose this level of cruelty onto my readers.  I was sent the Miraclesuit So Faux which was from the 2013 collection, so unfortunately you probably will be unable to buy it now, but there are alot of other fabulous designs available.

This swimsuit has a bright and exotic floral print which runs down the side of the front body for a splash of eye catching colour.  This clever one-piece suit looks like a tankini but it doesn't ride up or show your tummy, I have put this to the test in umpteen positions and it does not move. The gentle ruching across the tummy creates a flattering camouflage for the tummy and the slim double straps trace the shoulder from the front neck to the back where they join into one adjustable strap on each side.  The Miraclesuit is so comfy to wear,  I love this swimsuit and I feel alot more confident wearing it, which can only be a good thing.

Miraclesuit swimwear’s secret to success is tied up with its highly engineered fabric, Miratex, which is exclusive to Miraclesuit and means that unlike other shaping swimwear, no internal liner is required to flatten the tummy, resulting in less bulk and a more streamlined finish. Coupled with extra Life Lycra to ensure better shape and lifespan of the costume even with exposure to chlorine and salt water.

The swimsuit is designed to deliver maximum control and comfort.  The collection carries the Miraclesuit promise; “Look 10lbs Lighter in 10 Seconds” and is guaranteed to flatter, shape and streamline your silhouette making you look smoother all summer.

Miraclesuit is stocked all over the country but for some good selection visit http://www.simplybeach.co.uk/ or www.shapewear.co.uk to see the latest styles available.

I was sent this Miraclesuit swimwear free of charge for the purpose of this review.

2 comments:

  1. Ooh I could do with one of those x

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  2. They really are lovely and so well made, great designs too x x

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