Full powernet tummy control lining smooths and flattens
Twist front sweetheart neckline
Removable halter strap provides additional bust support and 2 style options: halter or bandeau
Empire waist breaks up torso and visually slims waist
Side shirring with functional pull ties provides versatile coverage while hiding hips, rear, and thighs
Swimdress hides hips while minimizing rear and thighs
Print breaks up torso and visually slims waist
Soft molded cup bra with encircled plush empire band provides full bust support
Fits up to a C/D cup
Fits up to a D/DD cup
Swimdress fits true to size
After every use, the garment must be hand washed. Harmful elements such as suntan lotions, salt, chlorine, and body perspiration can cause discoloration and spandex breakdown. Since laundry detergents are too harsh on the spandex and the color, use mild hand soap made without added moisturizers. Do not wring the swimsuit to remove excess water. Lay it flat on a towel and roll the towel up and squeeze gently. Remove it from the towel and lay it flat to dry. Do not hang it to dry as that will stretch out the fibers in the fabric. Avoid using washers and dryers as damage can occur due to agitation and excessive heat. It is also important to let your suit "rest" between uses. This allows the spandex to bounce back (called recovery) to its original size and maintain its fit longer. If you wear a suit without letting it recover, it will lose its shape and fit more quickly. It's recommended to let the suit rest for 24-36 hours between uses. Always remove excess moisture with a towel and lay flat to dry indoors or in the shade. Also note, direct sunlight will fade your suit. It is always a great idea to have more than one suit.
Tropiculture offers high-fashion swimsuits at an I’ll-take-two price. With cutting edge silhouettes, thoughtful embellishments, and rich colors, the line is steeped in jetsetter sophistication. Designs inspired by a passion for travel exude a sense of luxury coveted by the most discerning clientele. The fashion-forward and streamlined silhouettes are guaranteed to always be on trend—from Baja to St. Berths. The Tropiculture woman doesn’t buy swimwear with the need to be noticed, but when wearing the collection she always is.
Best Answer:It really depends on your height. It should sit in the upper thigh area naturally, but you can pull down a couple of inches. I have spoken with customers who actually pulled the skirt up, tied it around the hips, and wore this piece as a standard one piece.