It’s been all about the bikini or the fatkini in the last year or two. And I love them, I think every single day you WANT to wear a bikini you should. But that said, I’m pretty much always team plus size tankini when it comes to being active in the water. If there’s one thing we know about me, it’s that I’m a water baby.
And the second thing is that I have a long torso. Okay, so maybe you didn’t know that but it’s true. And a long torso means one piece swimsuits can be problematic. By that I mean they either drag my boobs to my waist or give me a permanent wedgie.
I’m sure I’m not alone in this struggle. Hands up if this is you too? What I used to do with one pieces was ‘size up’ and order the size above what I would normally wear. This is not always a successful move and when you wear a size 22/24, sometimes that just isn’t an option!
Enter, the plus size tankini!
Freedom for my boobs and butt by way of chopping my swimsuit in half. Yeeeesssss. Plus I still get the coverage I want when spending long days in the sun, the security being tucked away for frolicking and all that jazz. For me, a tankini works.
Lucky, more and more brands are providing options that work for me. And if you’re looking, for you too. One such brand in Queensland based (YAY) swimwear brand Capriosca and their sister brand Curvy Swimwear. The majority of my serious swimsuits are by this brand and over the years, they have become a friend of the blog.
Today ladies, they are going to become a friend of YOURS! They have thrown their support behind Swimwear Week and are giving away your choice of swimsuit from their range. Simply complete the form below, consent to being added to our mailing lists and you’re in the draw. The winner will be announced in 7 days and contacted by email by me. Prize subject to availability and is not redeemable for cash.
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Chief Blogger at Suger Coat It; An Australian lifestyle blog for women who work for themselves. Melissa is a social media consultant & lover of stripes. Most weekends you’ll find her at the beach or home on the veranda kicking back. Around here, they call her Suger. Feel free to do the same.