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Re: A Wearable One Piece Swimsuit

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Re: A Wearable One Piece Swimsuit


@lolakimono wrote:

@Dominosmom

There is a lower cut version as well-

 


I like this version better I think. The higher cut one might be hot to wear unless you are in the water. Wondering how ligh or low the back is cut?

"To each their own, in all things".
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@lolakimono, thanks, that is a good back, for me.
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That is a cute suit but again, the neckline is just too high. I cannot stand a high neckline suit when it's hot outside.

 

Ahhh, should have scrolled further down.  I see the lowcut version.  Hmmm.  I wonder how bad these suits are?  I've tried on these "slimming" type of suits before and never cared for them.  I found them too constricting. 

 

I'm sending one back now that I bought from Swimsuits for all.  I feel like a sausage casing in it.  LOL  

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Those are all really pretty and flattering but I also wouldn't want an underwire in a swimsuit.It doesn't seem like a swimsuit I would actually swim in. Also the $158 price! is out of my league for sure.

I got a beautiful dark forest green swimsuit kind of like these at Marshalls at the end of the season for $11! I never will understand the fluctuation and  unfairness? of prices!

I guess "whatever the market will bear!"

I just have always refused to succumb to the exorbitant prices the market thinks we will embrace.It makes me mad.

However, if I had unlimited money, I might not mind so much. No, I take that back. I would mind. To me its the principle of it all.

Please accept this vent with no intended reflection on how anyone choses to spend their money-really.

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Lands End always has good fitting and good quality suits that last forever. Many ladies (senior citizens) who take my water aerobics class like to wear Lands End swim t shirts and swim shorts instead of a swimsuit to exercise in.Instead of a suit under the t shirt they just wear a bra.

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Very pretty! Going to check this out

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The reason you see higher prices is more than just the brand's name.  You are paying for style, fit, fabric etc. and it makes a significant difference.

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@LipstickDiva wrote:

That is a cute suit but again, the neckline is just too high. I cannot stand a high neckline suit when it's hot outside.

 

Ahhh, should have scrolled further down.  I see the lowcut version.  Hmmm.  I wonder how bad these suits are?  I've tried on these "slimming" type of suits before and never cared for them.  I found them too constricting. 

 

I'm sending one back now that I bought from Swimsuits for all.  I feel like a sausage casing in it.  LOL  


 

@LipstickDiva if you like the style of the low cut version, I have two that look pretty identical from Jantzen.  They are not "slimming", but I feel they are very flattering and they're really comfortable.  I normally don't wear a one piece, but found I was reaching for these a lot!