Earlier this year, I was asked to do a Miraclesuit Sanibel Swimsuit review. This swimsuit has an RRP of £130, and claims to make the wearer look 10b lighter. Read on to find out what I thought.

Miraclesuit Sanibel Swimsuit Review

Miraclesuit Sanibel Swimsuit Review

Before it arrived, I was sceptical that it would work. I am a size 12-14, and was sent a size 12. It felt a little tight on me, but at the same time, I felt very supported and definitely looked thinner around the waist and stomach.

I have a lot of fat on my back though, and felt that this was more noticeable in the miracle suit than in my old, faithful £10 High Street swimsuit. It felt like the swimsuit was digging into this and making it more noticeable. It may well be that a size 14 would have fitted me better and stopped this happening, so i’d definitely suggest sizing up if you are in between sizes as I am.

Thoughts So Far

I haven’t worn the swimsuit to swim in yet. “Why?” I hear you cry! I want to tone up some more to try to make it more comfortable to wear. The quality is amazing, it definitely made my waist look smoother and more defined. So i’d highly recommend it for ladies looking for a swimsuit which flatters these areas. I am very small chested, and this swimsuit was a little on the loose side up top. That’s normal for me, and not a flaw in the suit, though.

All told, I’d give the Miraclesuit Sanibel Swimsuit 4/5 but that is mostly because it didn’t suit my body shape. This is not a sponsored post. I was sent the item to review but all words and opinions are my own.

Finally, If this Miraclesuit Sanibel Swimsuit Review was helpful, check out this post on maternity swimwear.

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