Lingerie and swimwear brand Curvy Kate has a number of bestselling lines in its collection – but with its latest unique launch, known as the Wrapsody, it’s on to its biggest winner so far.
The Wrapsody (see what they did there?) is available as both as a bikini and swimsuit, and offers the wearer the chance to curate their own look by twisting the straps to create a halter, one-shoulder or high-necked look, and even has the option of creating sleeves.
The brand, which caters for women who wear a D-K cup, unveiled the creative concept on its social media pages earlier this week, to major applause from customers.
‘Honestly in love with this swimsuit, I like the shawl style for wearing as day wear too!’ one fan exclaimed, while another added: ‘What is this sorcery?! I love the idea of going from a strapless bikini to a dress!’
‘As a bigger busted girl it’s rare I get to wear anything strapless and supportive,’ a third posted. ‘This looks super secure so I’d either wear off the shoulder or styled as a halter neck!’
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"The Wrapsody swimsuit has 2 mesh panels that you can wrap and tie so many different ways and the padded underwire bust meant I felt really secure! It comes as a one piece or bikini and cup size D-J which is perfect for us big boobie gals" – @willowcurves 💓 Swipe right for some wrapping inspo 👉
The swimsuit has proved particularly popular, with a spokesperson for Curvy Kate confirming to Cosmopolitan that it had been the fastest selling swimsuit ever.
‘Based on the versatility of the product and the built in “Luxe” strapless, it’s just been a winner for our customers!’ they added.
The Wrapsody swimsuit and bikini top both come in sizes 28D-40J, while the bikini bottoms are available in sizes 8-10, and, you’ll be pleased to hear that they’re also rather reasonably priced.
Both come in at £62 (£42 for the top and £20 for the bottoms, respectively) – not bad for supportive, structured swimwear that will serve you well for years to come.
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