Retro-inspired maillot swimsuit features flattering shirred sides and a pleated bust. Supportive underwire cups lend great support and shaping with lightly-molded construction. Versatile straps can tie halter style or cross in back to suit your style.
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2 out of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Tummy Concealing Retro maillot swimsuit
Review 1 for Tummy Concealing Retro maillot swimsuit
did not live up to expectation
Date:August 13, 2014
Cons: Fit, Comfort
The cup size was way too small and I ordered a size bigger than normal. Also, there was way too much extra fabric on the backside of the bathing suit which made for a bad look.
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Review 2 for Tummy Concealing Retro maillot swimsuit
Shopping Preference: Online
Date:July 10, 2014
Pros: Style, Fit, Comfort
Cons: small size
I always wanted a white suite! Love this one! lots of nice coverage and support! I normally wear an 18 with 40DD bra and i ended up ordering a 22 to fit in the chest. but size is just a number and it looks great! cant wait to get more of a tan to make the white pop!
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Review 3 for Tummy Concealing Retro maillot swimsuit
Shopping Preference: In store and online
Its ok... a little odd
Date:June 18, 2014
Pros: Style, Comfort
A few things about this suit, for those of us brave enough to wear a white swimsuit!!!
1st: It comes with metal gold bands around the straps that are about 2 inches long that are not pictured in the stock photos. These same gold bands are on some other LB swimsuits if you want to take a look. I dont care of them and the look fairly easy to remove.
2nd: The cup size is pretty large. I ordered a 26 and usually wear a 44DD LB bra - and these cups are a little too big for me, maybe closer to a DDD. There is also some extra fabric on the cups that sags a bit.
3rd: Its really comfortable - I feel like I could wear it all day! But... the legs are cut so low that they dig a little.