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122 11/1/10 9:29 P
I'd like to give a big thumbs-up to the suggestion of Lands End. OP, they cost a little more, but if it's in your budget, do it. They're comfortable, they last forever, and they're cut to flatter a wide range of figures.
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20,849 11/1/10 9:04 P
Lands' End catalogue does great swimsuits that are meant to be functional and not just "purty". All sizes, too. Hopefully they still do - I haven't laid hands on a catalogue in three years.
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5,673 10/31/10 9:32 P
Okay, swim season just ended 2 months ago around here, so finding a swimsuit for aqua fit, water jogging, and swimming is nearly impossible. Especially if you are like me and need one that can fit a "fuller" figure. And...doesn't break the bank.
So, besides going to "beach baby surf shop", where can someone go?
Mine fell apart in the wash moments ago, and in previous stops at the sporting goods stores have not produced large enough sizes. I do have one suit, and I can get it on, but I bought it 3 years ago BEFORE I gained weight.
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