It’s a Miracle!

My husband Dave got me hooked on Dancing With The Stars, so every Monday and Tuesday night we spend way too much time sitting in front of the TV. I find myself admiring the amazing outfits on the ladies, but at the same time wondering how on earth anyone can dance in something that skimpy!  Dave commented that the stars on the show wouldn’t normally wear such “barely there” clothing (well, most of them anyway), much less dance in it on TV.  But because of the excellent fit and construction of the clothing, they’re able to dip and spin without anything “popping out”.

Dave’s s comment was an “ah ha” moment for me. I have a vacation coming up, so I knew I had to try on swimsuits, even though it wasn’t going to be easy after watching these tightly-toned stars strut their stuff. After all, I don’t stand a chance stacking up against Pamela Anderson. Yikes.  However, my standards had been raised.  I vowed to find a swimsuit that would make me feel as confident as the dancing divas on “The Stars”.

After passing on the first few swimsuits, I slipped on a pin-dot halter 1-piece by Miraclesuit. I knew instantly that I’d found “the one”.  I have never worn a Miraclesuit, but because they’re supposed to make you “Look 10 Lbs Lighter in 10 Seconds”, and the fact that so many of our customers swear by them, I thought I’d give it a try. To my delight, I actually seemed to look 10 lbs lighter!  The extra Spandex in the Miraclesuit helped to tuck everything neatly into place.  And most importantly, I felt like I could face the public, half naked, with confidence.

Ladies, it’s all about the fit. Once you feel secure that you’re covered up in a flattering manner and certain body parts will stay in their place, you are ready to dance in front of millions of people. Okay, maybe not millions. But I will feel great on my trip and I will walk the beach with confidence. Thankfully you don’t have to be Pamela Anderson to look good in swimwear, you just have to find “the one”. Hallelujah, it’s a MIRACLE.

‘Til next time,

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