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Bathing Beauty

blog_beauty2It’s that time of year. (Unfortunately.) And for curvy girls, this time of year just doesn’t feel fair—waif-like women flaunt their skinny legs and cavort around the beach, while us thick legged, full hipped ladies try to cover everything up. Well, curvy fashionistas, it’s time we change and join in on the fun, and look quite stylish while doing so. I have found the perfect bathing suit. This one covers up your tummy and tucks in your tush, while at the same time serving up a very stylish look. Find this swimsuit on sale now at or for full price at

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written by Christa, July 12, 2011
Great point! This was the only picture that they had with someone in it. (Of course, she's tiny.) I've seen it on a curvy gal and it looks really great!
written by Molly, July 12, 2011
Why dont you put a curvy girl in it then? If it's so fantastic I want to see a size 12 wearing it.

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