Meet the ultimate one piece, where swimwear meets supportive activewear function.
Featuring a flattering mid-rise leg providing the perfect balance of cheeky and moderate booty coverage, and adjustable shoulder straps for the perfect fit, you will be feeling a million dollars in this baby! We've also used our signature sewn-in padding here so you'll never have to deal with scrunched up or lost padding again!
- Mid-cut legs for a flattering elongated leg look, with just the right amount of booty coverage
- Adjustable shoulder straps
- Nursing-friendly - just slip off the shoulder straps for easy access
- Modest neckline
- Wire-free support
- Double layered for comfort and coverage
- Signature sewn-in padding
- Sustainably made from recycled PET
- Make it sun smart with a long-sleeved swim rashie or match with your mini in our matching girls long-sleeve swimsuits
Sarah H (a proud Yorta Yorta, Wemba Wemba & Barapa Barapa woman) wears a size M swimsuit. She is 165cm, usual dress size is AU10-12, and her usual bra size is a 14C.
Adriana wears a size XL swimsuit. She is 166cm, usual dress size is AU16 and her usual bra size is a 16DD.
Kim wears a size M swimsuit. She is 165cm, usual dress size is AU12-14 and her usual bra size is a 10E.
Note: We have added a little bit more length in the body of this year's one-piece swimsuits so they provide slightly more coverage than last year - still with the adjustable straps to customise your perfect fit!
STRONG WOMEN. This print was created in collaboration with Sheri Skele of Bigi Nagala, a proud Bidjara woman and a contemporary Aboriginal Artist. In Sheri's words "In this artwork you will see groups of women connecting and healing through sitting together and learning from each other. The symbols and elements represent women from all walks of life including, women in power, women at home, women in birth, women in motherhood and women in life. Being a woman is important to the generation of life, the earth, the land, relationships, and all things of importance in this world. In Aboriginal culture women play significant and sacred roles in taking care of land, country, children, Law, ceremony, and life-they teach all the children how to be, how to love, how to care for country, for Law, for spirit and for life. ”