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Getting a suit that fits well starts with taking accurate body measurements. The measuring tape should be fitted snug against the skin and body for all measurements. We suggest taking measurements in a swimsuit or undergarments (not over clothing) for accuracy.
Starting at one shoulder, wrap the measuring tape down your body, between your legs right against the leg crease, bringing the tape up your back to the point where you started.
Measure around the fullest part of your bust straight across the back.
Measure around your natural waist (smallest part of the waist).
Stand with your heels together using a tape measure around the fullest part of your hips and rear. Use a mirror standing sideways to ensure you are at the fullest point.
I can't remember the last time I purchased a 1-piece swimsuit. I have been a tankini person with shorts for YEARS opting for the versatility of 2-piece sizes and modest coverage. Since my daughter has started swimming lessons I have been looking for a better "sport" style suit to wear in the water with her, both to allow me to swim actively and to model body positivity for my kiddo. I have been discouraged to find very few plus size options available. When I found this suit, I was skeptical. The price was right and in my size? I was sure it was too good to be true. I ordered my size after consulting the size chart expecting to send it back. When it arrived and I tried it on I was pleasantly surprised to find that it fit, and with room. Next time, I may even try a size down, as it is a smidge generous in the straps than I would like, but alas, a quality, plus size, 1-piece suit suitable for laps? I couldn't be happier! Thank you for making this suit.
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