All going swimmingly in Panache.

We’re on the second to last day of our holiday and I could cry, I never want to come home. The sun, the sea, the serenity! It’s perfection. Over the last few days I’ve been sharing my ‘bikini of the day’ on social media and the last few have been from the lovelies at Panache who gifted me some share with you all and I can tell you they have not disappointed!

The first bikini was the Alanis halter neck bikini and although I was a little worried at first that this would dig in to my neck, like previous halter necks, I was reassured that with a good fit the support would all be in the back. This was completely the case. This bikini not only fit like a dream but was my cup of tea, I’m sure I’ve said before but I do love a floral print! And Panache do this so effortlessly. The briefs I was also a little nervous about, being a tie side and low cut I was nervous about my mum tum being on full show, as I do love a high waist. But after tightening the sides and adjusting to fit these were also fabulous! Mum tum, stretch marks, it all hanging out but all feeling fabulous! I had the top in a 36H and the briefs in an 18. This bikini runs from a 28D-38G and the briefs from a size 8-20.

The second bikini of the day was the Elle balconette bikini which is un-padded, which I’m not used to all but it actually was great. Bearing in mind the sea was a bit chilly and I had nips like tic tacs this bikini had such good coverage. It’s lightweight and is a really good bikini for swimming in the sea and pool. I stayed supported and the briefs have a good coverage, perfect for running after the little ones and not worrying abouts bums and boobs falling out! The print on this one was also really pretty and having adjustable straps on a bikini is really handy for making sure you have the right support all over! The Elle runs from a 30E-38J and the briefs from an 8-20.

Last but certainly not least is the Nina bandeau bikini. This was also sent to me in a 36H and 18 briefs. This was the best by far in my opinion, although the others were truly gorgeous and an amazing fit! A strapless bikini that holds up my saggy baps? Oh yes! This is the one. This bikini is a winner. I was also a little worried about the cut out briefs, but with the stretch on them they’re actually really pretty. And they emphasise my hips which I can’t complain about! I could have possibly sized up on the bikini back as it felt a little tight but never the less I was supported incredibly, and the clasps are such a good quality I had no popping out incidents. Running, swimming, jumping in the sea? All good here! This bikini runs from a 30D – 38G and the briefs an 8 – 20.

As always I will link all the sets below. Although these aren’t budget bikinis they are well worth the money. As I’ve said before the support and the quality from Panache is incredible and well worth the investment. Have you got any summer holidays planned? Are Panache bikini’s on your wish list? Let me know below in the comments, as for now I’m going to raise a margarita and enjoy the sunshine! X

Nina Bandeau bikini

Alanis halter-neck bikini

Elle balconette bikini

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