Lovely suit, the coverage of the rear and bikini area is great! I'm 5'9" with a longer torso and had plenty of room to shorten the straps and keep the girls well covered. I bought the suit in my typical suit size (for the longer torso) and probably could have sized down to more of my regular clothing size. There is a little extra fabric through the midsection. All that said it still fits great!
I have lived in Hawaii for almost 12 years and have purchased many swimsuits throughout the years. Some I returned and the rest have sat in my closet or I donated. (I’ve had six babies and let’s just say that I felt majorly uncomfortable in all the swimsuits I had purchased previously.)
About six years ago, I heard about Jessica Rey swimsuits. Still I just wasn’t sure I would be comfortable in these swimsuits either. (I had purchased other supposedly ‘full coverage’ swimsuits and well to put it simply, they weren’t full coverage.)
Finally, after the last swimsuit sale I decided to take the plunge. I bought the Eliza swim dress and the Jacquelin. And I’m so glad I did!
First off the quality of the fabric, WOW, it is unlike any of the many swimsuits I had tried before. Secondly, the cut provided great coverage but isn’t frumpy at all. (Actually it’s truly flattering.) Thirdly, these swimsuits are super cute (and the Paprika color was even better than in the photo).
The only cons I do wish the bottoms were separate from the top on both of these since my lower half is smaller than my upper half. So I put some of my sewing skills to use and altered them and they fit great now.
Thank you for providing a sustainable, quality, and simply put beautiful product!
Looking forward to owning more of these swimsuits in the future.
(For size reference- I’m 5’ 5”, 115lb., hips 37, waist 29, bust 35 and I ordered a M because my chest cavity is on the larger side. The top part of these swimsuit's is a great fit on me.)
I delaying purchasing this swimsuit for over a year because I wasn't sold on the "paprika" (orange is my least favorite color) and the "ebony" was sold out. Finally,