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I have seen quite a few other bloggers reviews on the Hapari swimwear, and they all had nothing but positive things to say. I will say that I am not a swimmer, I am a watcher…of the kiddos and the eye candy that sometimes shows up at the neighborhood pool! Like most women, shopping for swimwear is just not fun. After checking out the Hapari website, they offer swimsuits for every women’s shape and size.
Almost all of the bikinis, tankinis and one-piece suits are made with secret pockets sewn into the breast area that can be fitted with Illusions, a silicone enhancement to supplement your curves. The S.O.S. line of tankini tops feature the same prints as the other suits, but are built with an underwire directly into the suit to give you added support where you need it most. I went with the Dancing Leaves V-neck Tankini in denim color. I think that I should have gone with the S.O.S. Underwire style verses the V-neck style. The V-neck has pads that are not removable so the cups were a bit small for me, making my hoo-haa’s not fully fit into the cups.
Hapari’s exclusive Tummy Tuk bottoms provide extra coverage and support for your waistline. I picked out a solid denim color to match the top. I love that these sit a bit higher so no muffin top!
I was also able to get a Swim Skirt in the same denim color. The ruffle skirt comes with an extra-wide waistband that flatters your tummy, you do need swim bottoms with the skirts though as these do not have a built in bottom. I do like the swim skirts to hide my larger thighs!
Overall, I do like my new suit. I feel quite sexy in it even though the top shows more than I like or am use to (my husband likes that though!) I also love the color, it is a change from my normal black bathing suit.
These are the sewn in pads that gave me a bit more padding than I needed.
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