Welcome to our Step into Summer event! Jennifer and I have some wonderful things lined up for you to help you get ready for summer. Make sure you visit Jennifer at Eighty MPH Mom daily to see what she has in store for you too. Many days we will be reviewing and giving away the same item on both blogs – that is two chances for you to win!
While I love to have fun in the sun, one of the most dreaded parts of summer for me is having to put on a bathing suit. Somehow, I lost that 20 year old body along the line and wearing a bathing suit has never been the same. I am definitely more modest and want full coverage, which is pretty hard to find sometimes.
Then one day I happened upon Hapari and fell head over heels with their swimsuits. Since I must wear a tankini, I want one that is long enough. I want it to hide my tummy, not show it off. Hapari’s selection of modest tankinis is so versatile, it was so hard to even decide which one I wanted!
Finally I made up my mind and went with the Aqua Bay V-Neck Tankini. I just adored the colors. Aqua and brown together make a beautiful color combination.
To bring out the blue and make the whole look nice and vibrant, I chose the Hot Shorts Aqua Bottoms to go with it. I just love the style of boy shorts and think this look is perfect for a mom. Too bad I don’t look as good as in it as the model lol.
Anyway, I really do adore the suit though. The tankini is nice and long and the boy shorts cover more than a traditional bottom. The v-neck allows for a bit of sexiness without showing off too much.
The really great thing about Hapari is that everything is sold separately and just about everything is mix and match. You could buy say 4 pieces and complete a bunch of different looks! You gotta love versatility!
Hapari offers swimwear for the rest of the family too!
You can buy the Aqua Bay V-Neck Tankini for $54 and the and the Hot Shorts Aqua Bottoms for $31.
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