Monday, January 31, 2011

SwimSpot.com Review

I know many of you are enjoying the winter weather right now, but I have never been a huge fan of the cold.  So during the cold snowy months I dream about warmer weather and spending some time on the beach.  During the past few weeks, SwimSpot.com has helped me take my mind off cold toes and cracked hands by giving me the opportunity to peruse through their site and pick something to use once all this cold white stuff melts away.  With all their Designer Swimwear to choose from, it was definitely a difficult choice.

Swimspot.com was recently praised by Lucky Magazine as being one of the top ten websites offering designer Womens Swimwear.  They carry brands from Hurley and Tommy Hilfiger, to Athena and Guess.  Yet despite their extensive collection of swimwear for women, their website is extremely easy to navigate.  I loved that there were so many different ways to search for the perfect item.  Swimspot.com allows its customers to search its swimsuits by designer, style, trends, body type, color, size, or even price.   Whether you are looking for the perfect Bikini or the most stylish coverup, Swimspot.com has you covered.

I had recently purchased a new swimsuit, so my goal was to find the perfect coverup.  I needed something that could do it all.  I need to be able to wear my coverup to the beach,but also to the local beach restaurant to grab some lunch or dinner.   After much debate, I happily settled on the coverup pictured to the right.  Typically when I buy online, I am concerned the item won't fit or feel right.  So 9 times out of 10, I just don't buy it.  SwimSpot.com offers free shipping, free returns, and free exchanges.  With that kind of promise, there is really nothing else to worry about.

Visit SwimSpot.com today and find the suit that is your perfect fit.  Make sure to take advantage of a Fit Specialist while you are there.  And join them on Facebook to keep up with the latest fashion trend and SwimSpot.com promotions. 

1 comment:

blueviolet said...

Buying a swimsuit is normally worse than buying a car, and that is BAD!