If you’re already planning your next spot of sun, then you’ll probably know that finding decent swimwear can be a challenge in the UK during the colder months. Sipsey Lingerie have solved that by not only offering a full range of swimwear all year round but also providing a fitting and styling service too.
I have added complications because I am an awkward size with a small back size for bra tops so I knew that getting some help would be beneficial for me. My appointment was time set aside so I could have the undivided attention of someone to help me find what I wanted. I was able to try on a number of different styles and colours until we worked out what flattered me, and more importantly, made me feel good.
I found myself drawn to two piece bikinis rather than swimsuits, though I did try some on. And I was pleasantly surprised at the extensive range of prints and colours in the coordinating kaftan, sarongs, and tunics too. I felt like there were good options and a number of different outfits or looks that I could easily out together from the range that Sipsey Lingerie stock. I feel I should point out that they are all from curated brands and designers that they feel meet their high standards. I was introduced to a number of brands that I had never come across previously, which was wonderful. Especially when I found out how much is done in curating the collections.
Before this, I had never had a personal shopping experience at a lingerie store for swimwear. I found it really useful for showing me which styles worked well for me, and why I didn’t like others. Sometimes hearing positive affirmations from others is needed! And I was encouraged to try styles and patterns that I would have previously dismissed on the hanger. Have you tried a personal shopping experience at Sipsey Lingerie?
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