Best Price On Miraclesuit Swimwear in 2021
Miraclesuit Women's Lucky Stripe On Point One-Piece Midnight Blue 12
Miraclesuit Womens One Piece Swimwear Slimming Swimsuit Black White Print Vneck Sizes: 12
- Miraclesuit womens one piece swimwear
- Ruching through bodice- Front lined
- Soft cups light padding - Adjustable straps
- Black white print - Miratex fabric
- 54% Spandex 46% Nylon
Miraclesuit Womens 1 Piece Swimsuit Slimming Swim Wear Blue Print Swimwear Sizes: 10
- Womens Miraclesuit one piece swimsuit - Sizes 10
- Ruching through torso - Front lined
- Soft cups light padding - V neck - Scoop back
- Black teal blue print - print patterns vary - Miratex fabric
- 54% Spandex 46% Nylon
Miraclesuit Blue Pointe Sanibel One-Piece Blue 18
- Miraclesuit Swimwear Size Guide
- Embrace your beautiful curves while you are lounging on the beach in the Blue Pointe Sanibel One-Piece!
- One-piece swimsuit boasts a crisscrossed front with shirring throughout and a bold color block design for a flattering fit.
- Adjustable shoulder straps.
- Sweetheart neckline. Scoop back. Shelf bra and padding for a supported fit. Moderate-cut leg openings. Full rear coverage. 69% nylon, 31% spandex. Hand wash, line dry. Imported. Measurements: One Piece Length: 25 in Product measurements were taken using size 10. Please note that measurements may vary by size. If you're not fully satisfied with your purchase, you are welcome to return any unworn and unwashed items with tags intact and original packaging included.
Miraculous Weight Loss? No, It's Just My MiracleSuit!
A consumer review of the MiracleSuit. This article describes the effectiveness of the Miratex fabric used in the MiracleSuit and the customer value of the MiracleSuit.
I didn't really believe this suit could perform any miracles. In fact, I went to the department store fully armed with a list of complaints and a few expletives to mutter under my breath in the dressing room. Miraculously I never got to use them.
I browsed through two racks of MiracleSuits®, which comes in shapes, styles, and colors to fit any body shape and any personality. There were boy shorts, skirts, ruched tops, tankini tops, and one-pieces. They were attractive, but they didn't look much different than any other swimsuit, other than the price tag. The MiracleSuit® separates started at $40.00 and rose nearly exponentially from there. I flipped the tag up at my daughter and rolled my eyes at her. "For this kind of money, this suit better make me look not only 10 pounds thinner, but 10 years younger, too!" I clucked.
After slipping into a lavender ruched tank and flattering black bottoms with a mid-thigh skirt overlay, I audibly squealed. I honestly looked a full size smaller. I was so tickled that I actually stepped out of the dressing room to show my daughter. Even before my weight gain and subsequent loss, I always wore a cover up over my swimwear because I never looked flat enough or curved enough in the right places. Now, though, armed with my MiracleSuit®, I have no qualms about showing off my new figure.
The miracle of the MiracleSuit® is the amazingly effective "girdle" built into the pretty prints and patterns. This is no ordinary girdle though; in fact, the MiracleSuit® makers say there is no girdle to it, but instead the Miratex® fabric of the suit actually does all the work. This state-of-the-art fabric is sheer genius. Unlike girdles, the MiracleSuit® is actually comfortable. It doesn't bind or pinch, and there is no hard boning to poke or jab at you. Yet amazingly this suit takes extra firm control of your little (and sometimes not so little) imperfections, tucking away an extra "jelly-roll" here and there, flattening out the bulges and smoothing away the dimples.
The MiracleSuit® is a bit pricey, at least compared to what I would normally spend on a swim suit, and I never thought in a million years that I would have ever paid as much as I did for a swimsuit, but I dare you to try one on and not lust after one of your own. The department store where I tried on the MiracleSuit® is a higher-end store anyway, so I decided to do a bit of comparative shopping. I tried on several suits I liked while I was at the department store, took note of the style names and numbers, and dashed out into cyber-space to see what I could find.
In the end, I bought my top at a local department store after waiting a few weeks for a good sale, and I bought my skirted bottoms on e-Bay™ at a significantly reduced price. All in all I spent $72.00 on my suit. The money was well spent, too. On our cruise I was able to go up on deck to sunbath with my daughters without a second thought as to whether or not I looked okay. The best thing about the MiracleSuit® is that, while the suit itself is a bit expensive, the confidence boost is absolutely free!