-> Cheeky fit with a scoop neckline and a low scoop back
-> Forgiving, functional, and mid-weight fabric
-> 82% Polyester, 18% Spandex
This smooth bodysuit is beautiful, functional and forgiving. It accentuates a woman's body in the right places and is made for many types of bodies. The suit is double layered in the front providing extra support and security.
Enjoy this buttery soft bodysuit while swimming, surfing, paddling, rolling in the sand with your lil babes, and feeling GREAT because you wonʻt be worried about it falling off. These suits are also great as a fashion statement for a day excursion or night out on the town paired with your favorite jeans.
The Ulūlu highlights the unmistakable beauty of the native ʻUlu Tree. It holds a timeless beauty and deeper meaning for us as it symbolizes the growth we are partaking in as parents, partners, and small business owners.
Wash & Care Instructions
-> As with all swimwear, be careful to avoid velcro or snags as it will pull some of the white fibers from beneath the design. Especially the darker colors.
->Polyester and Spandex are plastic and will melt overtime in hot water and heated dryers. Hand-wash cold for longevity. Dirt and grime wash out easily with soap and a soft bristled brush or by rubbing the suit together.
-> Hang dry in the shade.
-> Do not dry clean
Sizing runs a little big. 95% of women are one size smaller in these suits then they would expect. They do not run small like many bikinis on the market today. If you are unsure after looking over the sizing chart or prefer your swimwear a bit tighter then you will do better to order a smaller size.
The spandex textile allows them to be very accommodating of sizing fluctuations. Still not sure? Send us a message in the chat bubble with your height and weight and we would love to make you a recommendation!
Size guide - Imperial (US)
Size guide - Metric (the rest of the world...)
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