09 April 2012

Artist Feature :: hisOpal

Finding a long-lasting bathing suit for toddlers is very difficult. Isabel has had 2 swimsuits, and she's already grown out of them both. Needless to say, I was getting pretty annoyed. So I went searching for an alternative. And I found this ADORABLE swimsuit for Isabel:

Yes, I know that the image is a doll wearing a swimsuit. But the swimsuit fits toddlers up to size 3, which will be great, since Isabel will be a size 3 in about 2 weeks. lol, just kidding.

And if the suit is not difficult to put on Isabel, and it wears well, it may just be time for me to get a swimsuit. My first one in 8 years. sheesh, has it really been that long? yes, yes it has. (boo-hiss on me) I'm looking at this one:

I'm a little worried about my saggy boobs, though. (too much information?) Having 2 kids does that to your body, unless you were sculpted by the gods. Then I just envy you. That didn't happen to me, unfortunately, so saggy boobs is something I worry about.

And if you're looking at these suits and saying to yourself, "Gosh, these look hard to put on, how do I do it?" wonder no more! To see an awesome tutorial, go here.

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  1. ps...Boob issues can be resolved nicely with various ties of the fabric OR wearing a strapless bra with your suit. This feels the same as wearing a fitted, padded suit. ;)

    1. ooh, I didn't think about the strapless bra idea! brilliant! :)

  2. I have one of these and love it. You can do a lot of different things with them.

  3. And Joy looks HOT in it, too! She is a MASTER manipulator of the fabric. She came up with AMAZING ways to wear it. ♥


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