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Has any purchased a suit from swimsuitforall.com? Ive heard mixed reviews on sizing.

Any recommendations for swim suits for aqua aerobics? I am trying to find something that will cover the thigh area and not crazy expensive.

HW 385 SW 359 CW 335 (50lbs down!) Sleeved 10/5/16

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Lands End is the best. They are flattering and fit very well.

I ordered from swimsuitsforall and wasn't impressed. I got a tankini/skirt combo and the tankini was super short and the skirt was like a low rise so the booty hung out.

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Lands End is the best. They are flattering and fit very well.

I ordered from swimsuitsforall and wasn't impressed. I got a tankini/skirt combo and the tankini was super short and the skirt was like a low rise so the booty hung out.

I'm glad I read this...I might have purchased from there without reading this.

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I ordered this from swimsuitsforall because their sale was ending and I couldnt find another company that made similar. I want something to cover my thighs because of chub rub and because my thighs are losing weight first and getting even saggier. Not sexy.

Hopefully I can find better options in the future.

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HW 385 SW 359 CW 335 (50lbs down!) Sleeved 10/5/16

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I recommend H2OWear suits for aqua aerobics. Most styles are high-necked so you don't have to worry about any accidental flashing. They come in multiple styles and lots of nice colors and patterns. They are expensive, but I have had my suit for over a year with no fading, sagging, or thinning of the fabric, and I am in the Water usually 5 days a week. They also have a one-year guarantee against chlorine damage.

I know you already ordered a suit, but I suggest you check them out. The site is H2Owear(dot)com

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It came today. Its actually comfortable and the pants can be pulled up to the braline. The shirt has a zipper so it will be easy to remove when wet.

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Ignore my messy bedroom.

HW 385 SW 359 CW 326 (56lbs down!) Sleeved 10/5/16

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