Today I'm bringing you my in depth Anita wireless swimsuit review. Lots to talk about with this suit. Let's get the boring stuff out of the way first....
Full Name: Anita Sea Gym Fanny Wirefree One Piece Swimsuit 7711 (schwoo, that's longer than some hollywood stars' baby names)
Colors: Just the purple color shown
Sizes: This is a 'bra-sized' swimming suit, which is one of my requirements when looking for a suit. The sizes range from 32C-44F.
Where I got it: Herroom.com
Note: I just noticed that there are limited sizes available in this style. (booooo!!) So don't dawdle if you're interested. But they also carry several similar suits that I think you'd like. I talk about them at the bottom.
Let me quickly talk about the basic design of the suit. It is rather plain, with only 2 main colors, black and purple. However, I don't feel like this is necessarily a bad thing. It's quite brilliant actually how the smaller purple suit is laid on top of the black suit. It appears as if you're wearing a suit 2 sizes smaller. ;)
Also, the 2 gray lines do a great job of divide the suit into 2 unequal parts, with the smaller part being on top making it appear your legs and torso are longer and your chest smaller. Win Win.
I ordered my regular size of 34F. It seemed to fit on the snug side, but not so terrible that I would think about exchanging it. I'd say order your normal size. It should fit unless you're on the tall side and then a couple reviewers mentioned it was too uncomfortable. I'm 5'6" and it fit me well.
Now for the bra.
So, you know those nude colored, awful, shelf bras found in off-the-rack swimsuits. This bra kind of looks like one of those. WAIT! Hear me out! It kind of looks like one of those, but it's different.
The material is a thin, black mesh, but it's not stretchy. So it gives you some support. There's a thick elastic band on the bottom. I was worried that the band would sit in the wrong place and be seen through the suit, but the bra band actually sat where it was suppose to.
Please note: There will be 'nippleage' in this suit! If you get cold, they will be seen! The bra is thin and the swimsuit material is thin, so there's nothing to hide behind if things get a little chilly. I didn't test this out by standing in front of the freezer, but just trust me.
The good news is that the bra works really well in giving the breast a nice round shape and giving it some support. The suit itself is really tight (I'll talk about that later), so that might have something to do with it, but overall I was pleased with the bra and felt like it fit me well.
Cleavage. For us with larger breasts it's just something we deal with, especially with swimming suits. It's not a big deal, but I know it bothers some of you (surprisingly men seem to be okay with it. ;) Personally, I try to find suits that cover as much as possible because I'm more comfortable that way, but that's just my preference.
I'm telling you right now, that when your breasts are bigger than a 32C, it's really hard to find a swimming suit that covers your breasts and cleavage completely. (Unless you're wearing a halter top style swimsuit, (which I love for this very reason) or a rashguard/swim shirt)
This suit does an okay job providing cleavage coverage.
You'll notice that there is no back 'bra' strap like some suits have. Instead, the back of the suit comes up kind of high, which is a good thing for us, because that helps to support and contain the bust.
Also, the leg openings aren't as high for what it's worth.
The shoulder straps are adjustable, which is nice. I kind of wish they were wider because they were slightly uncomfortable.
Well to be fair, there's one thing I didn't like about the suit and one thing I didn't like about how the suit fit my body. So technically only one is the suit's fault.
This swimming suit is tight, really tight! Which is great for smoothing bumps and holding everything in place except when it doesn't. Case in point, my fat armpits.
There's no way to fix this except to workout more and eat less. None of that is the fault of the swimsuit, it just bugged me and I wanted to point it out to you.
Should this stop you from buying it? It didn't me. I might try going up a size, and see if that helped.
The 2nd thing that I wanted to point out is that the material on this suit is kind of thin. I mentioned this earlier when I was talking about nippleage. Don't get me wrong, it's a well made suit with a great design, but I feel like a lined bra/suit would be even better.
Also, making it with a print pattern, instead of solid would be a great option and add an even greater element of camouflage.
Four Stars for fit. This suit fit well. It was tight, especially putting it on and taking it off, but being tight also helped with the support.
Five Stars for bust support. Now. Let me be clear. When I say it had 5 stars for support I'm talking compared to other swimsuits. This is a supportive swimsuit compared to other swimsuits. I'm not comparing the support to sports bras.
Design I would give it 4 stars. I loved the offsetting of the 2 colors. I thought that looked great. However, more color options would have been nice. Also, maybe thicker material.
This is a great suit to try. I felt like it was true to size. So order your regular bra size. I felt supported. I felt like the coverage was good. I felt like it was a well made.
The following suits all have either a wireless or underwire bra. I haven't tried each one personally, but just looking at them I'm guessing they're all but identical to the purple one I tried above.
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