To cut a long story short, I got an email from Simply Swim, asking if I’d like to try and review one of their swimming costumes. And to go back in the depths of time, I actually used to be quite a good swimmer. So this is my sport of choice when it comes to exercise. Anyway, back to the swimming costume.
So, being a “curvy” bird, I’ve chosen the costume below. Why?
Because as Lovely Bloke has so subtly put it, if don’t have something with some support around the boobs, I won’t have any shape at all. I know. He’s fabulous. And has a career in politics ahead of him, doesn’t he?
So, this is it, and it’s what I’m going to look like, when I wear it :)
According to the sales blurb on the Simply Swim website, “the flattering Finesse U Back swimsuit is from the Speedo Sculpture range which gives shape and support to your body and has increased resistance to chlorine, making it ideal for frequent pool use. With bust support, U -back and low leg.”
I’m about to send the email off, asking for it in my size. I promise to post a photo of what I actually look like in it, not least because I need a “before” photo for my Weight Watchers project for the next 6 months.
What swimming costume do you wear? What do you look for? Can you fasten the clasp on the back of a costume yourself? If you can, go for this swimming costume. I loved it but am not great at doing clasps behind my back (yes, I put my bra on and wriggle it around…)
This is not a sponsored post. I have not received payment for this post.
It’s a post where I’ve been offered the opportunity to choose a swimming costume to review. I’ve not been asked to even write a blog. I just feel like it, so that I’m more accountable to my swimming activities.