Notice how I said Summer ready and not body ready. I am a huge advocate of loving the skin you are in so no matter what size or shape, we should be out there – Summer ready!
I was recently contacted by UKSwimwear with regards to reviewing a couple of pieces from their website. I have to admit there was so much to choose from it made my decision HARD! Finally I decided on a swimsuit and dress that I can wear on an upcoming holiday in the UK. As I am a size 14/16 I opted for a Moontide Contours Fuller Cup Twist swimsuit which is very flattering and really does skim my stomach.
This shape swimwear has a ruched tummy panel which gives that cinched look and helps create an hourglass figure. With a medium cut leg I find it very flattering without revealing too much. The soft cup of the bra section is wireless which gives hold with security. Priced at £57.95 and available in 3 colours.
My second piece is the Pia Rossini Virginia Maxi Dress which is a stunning summer lightweight style dress. Perfect for dressing down in the day with flats and denim jackets this would also look beautiful with hair piled up and heeled shoes for nigh time dining etc.
The back is a mass of string straps that crisscross to create a statement (braless!) and with the piping of ribbon around the waist and braline this really does pull in the dress to make it lay beautifully. Priced at £76.95 available from UKSwimwear.
Overall I was very impressed with both the quality and styles available from UKSwimwear. Normally I struggle to find swimwear that flatters while being supportive and stylish at the same time. This swimsuit is all of those things in one beautiful package!
I was kindly sent these items for the purpose of a review, all views and opinions are my own and genuine.
For those who prefer a more traditional home-like experience when on vacation, a timeshare can make sense. If you’ve gotten many years of good use out of your timeshare and now want to get rid of it, a timeshare cancellation company like Timeshare Freedom Group or Lonestar transfer may be able to help.