Use Swimsuits Direct to find that just-right suit for a stylish summer

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Screen Shot 2013-07-05 at 2.30.08 PMI got all stoked about my favorite bathing suit last week. Now let’s talk about our sponsor Swimsuits Direct, where you can buy all kinds of favorite bathing suits for all kinds of your favorite summertime activities.

If you’re looking for last-minute summer fashion deals for your vacays, or the perfect suit for a tiki-themed pool party, check these out…

Swimsuits Direct has wardrobe-pleasing amounts of bathing suit styles and sizes, including cover-ups and accessories. We’re talking bikinis and one pieces in array of colors like a rainbow on acid, and in sizes ranging from kids to plus size.

Swimsuit Direct also has free shipping and free returns, so feel free to shop for all your summer activities right freaking now!

And, of course, an ocean of thanks to Swimsuits Direct for sponsoring Offbeat Home & Life!

Comments on Use Swimsuits Direct to find that just-right suit for a stylish summer

  1. Man I find shopping for a swimsuit a daunting task. As a fit woman in my early 30’s, I’m sort of in between styles. I can pull of a bikini, but should I? To a child’s birthday party? To a casual get-together with friends? But one pieces seem a little stodgy and designed for women that wish for some measure of cover-up. This website seems to have a huge assortment, though, so I’m stoked to do some browsing.

    • My life changed for the better when I got a really awesome vintage-styled one-piece. I might be an extrovert, but as a Seattleite who’s used to being covered in layers 9 months out of the year, I’m surprisingly modest… and finding a one piece that was full-coverage but stylin’ marked the first time I’ve EVER felt comfortable in a suit.

  2. This reminds me, I came across something through Makezine today that led to a tutorial on sewing your own swimsuit that I really, really want to try:

    Why? Because, well, if I make it and it turns out halfway decent-looking, maybe I’ll make more of an effort to wear it. And, if it turns out not looking like a four-year-old made it (no offense meant to four-year-olds, but I know that my sewing skills weren’t what they are now at that time), I can tell everyone that I did it and feel like I have skills. I’m not the best seamstress, but I love a challenge. I thought I’d also share in case there are some crafty seamstress people who have been waiting until the summer is almost over to get started on a swimsuit. 😉

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