Powernet tummy control panel smooths and flattens waist. Panel starts just below the bust line and ends at the upper hip line.
Bandeau neckline provides moderate coverage
Empire waist breaks up torso and visually slims waist
Swimdress hides hips while minimizing rear and thighs
Print breaks up torso and visually slims waist
Bra with side boning placed vertically in the side seams provides additional bust support
Built in molded cup bra
Sizes 18-34 fit up to a D/DD cup
Sizes 8-16 fit up to a C/D cup.
Swimdress fits true to size
82% Nylon / 18% Spandex
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.
Shore Club strikes the balance between sexy and sweet, designed for women who want an everyday suit that sizzles. The line is full of fun-meets-fashionable tankinis, shortinis, skirtinis and swimdresses in vibrant, head-turning colors and patterns. Beneath all the flattering necklines and slimming cuts, however, is some seriously well-constructed swimwear: underwire or soft molded cups provide comfortable, sag-free chest support, while built-in, powernet tummy control panels whittle and smooth the waist.
I am very pear shaped and this suit looks like it will flatter my small bust and cover my large hips nicely. I am very long in the torso and think the tie strap will allow for adjustment without pinching.
I tried on a regular swim dress size in a 10 in a store k Cole Reaction. it was a bit snugger than I like. In this swimsuit what size would I do I wear 38 across the back overly broad build there but due to slightly smaller bust I find 38 B too large so sometimes I get a 36B. I have 31 waist and 36 hip very narrow but need to get suit that suggests I have more curve. So in your sizes here am I a 8 or 10 versus a 12 in standard sizes or will this not fit me at all. My only reason for this type suit is new unexpected post menopause waistline issue, and covering with length an inner thigh wrinkling, not oversize thigh minimizing. Please advise. What size to get in your sizing? tks
Hi I have a broader back than most ladies so I wear a 38 size bra but I just barely fill the B so sometimes I have to get a 36 to fit. I have very narrow hips, 36 but a waist size 30-31 would I need a 8 or a 10. I bought a swim dress regular sizes Kenneth Cole in a discount store and the the 10 is a little tight so in that I probably would have preferred a 12, but your 12 sounds huge. So would you recommend the 8 or 10? Thanks Lucy