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Fashion & Beauty Homepage Slider — 24 December 2013

When on the beach you need to make sure that your beachwear is the business. The white sand and palm-fringed beaches of your Winter Sun destination deserve only the best.

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If you’re looking for a collection of beachwear that has something a bit different from the meagre selection on the High Street at this time of year, UKbeachwear is the place to go. Why? The range of designer swimwear and accessories is so extensive that I reckon it would be almost impossible to not find something that you fancy.

To make matters easy you can search by size, cup size, price range, colour or brands. When I popped onto the site I selected a gorgeous Sarong by Pia Rossini in a Lorenzo Summer Breeze Print. It’s very lightweight and sheer so perfect for those hot days on a St Lucian beach. As well as using it as a sarong I can put it over my shoulders, tie my hair up in a turban and even use it as a natty little beach bag at the end of a hard day at the beach.
It's a wrap - sarong by ukbeachwear

I must have been feeling a bit ‘trim’ at the time of selecting as I also picked out a push-up bikini with knotted briefs by Sielei. Fortunately, after having sailed across the Atlantic and it taking 26 days, the tummy shrunk enough for it not be a total ‘no no’ when we arrived.

I wore the bikini to the beach yesterday and it withstood waves, jumping about with the kids and eating a chicken roti (is that a lovely image or what?) So it gets the full thumbs up.

If you need some beachwear you can pop over to the site and take advantage of free delivery worldwide, free UK returns and same day dispatch.

*Many thanks to for supplying swimwear to review


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