Closeouts. Miraclesuit's printed wrap swimsuit is designed with specially placed side shirring, a wrap front and an interior control panel to smooth out trouble zones and visually subtract up to 10 pounds from your figure.
Reviewed by Gloria from San Bernardino, CA on Sunday, July 07, 2013
This suit looks nice & does what it says it will; I just don't like it as much as some of the other styles because I have the same problem that plagues me with wrap-style dresses--they look great when I'm just sitting/standing still, but as soon as I start moving around, I'm constantly checking/adjusting to make sure I am not showing too much. I should have known better--wrap-styles always UN-wrap on me...last week, I spent a whole day at the beach under a cover-up because although I thought the suit looked fine when I tried it on at home, and it seemed as if it would stay put...but after just a few minutes of activity--carrying our stuff, setting up the umbrella, spreading out the towels, there was considerable gapping...and not due to the straps shifting, so not an easy or discreet fix if you know what I mean. I didn't even want to see what would happen in the water! Since this suit is otherwise perfect, and was such a great deal, I might try tacking a few stitches to hold the vee closed or maybe add a hidden hook & eye.
Reviewed by Busy G-Ma from Idaho on Monday, April 15, 2013
Haven't put it to the test in the water yet, but this suit is just what I wanted. Good fit - although because of the control panel, it's a little more work to get it on. Modest with good coverage - feels like the bottom won't ride up with activity. Love the color and design.
Reviewed by Careful shopper from Albuquerque on Wednesday, April 10, 2013
I love Miraclesuits however, I DON'T love the high retail prices. When I saw this suit, in a rich teal pattern, for about 70% less than another site's SALE price, I immediately ordered it. The v-neck wrap style works well for me, as I am slim, of small-average bust size and don't require an underwire. But at age 61 I do require a suit that "holds" me together, and thanks to the Miraclesuit style, when I wear this suit I receive compliments from others in my water exercise class, and even from people who are not in the class.
The suit is also comfortable, the straps stay in place during exercise, and the leg openings are modest, but don't look like "old lady" styling. I am long waisted, so order a size larger than normal. I rotate this suit with other Miraclesuits; it's the only brand I buy anymore.
The reason I gave the swimsuit 4 stars instead of 5 is because the high spandex content of this brand tends to wear out when used in highly chlorinated swimming pools. The color in other Miraclesuits I have owned also tends to fade, sometimes unevenly. Because this suit is new I do not know how long I will use it before I see evidence of wear.
Reviewed by Vermont Fan from Vermont on Tuesday, April 09, 2013
I already own a Miraclesuit and it needs to be replaced. I've ordered two different styles on STP and have had to send both back ... I've learned that the v-neck front is not for me, and also that I need the underwire option for support ... I'll keep looking for a good deal on this brand from STP however, because it is a good looking swimsuit that feels great on.