Ranowear Inc., parent company of online retailer BodyBody.com, is expanding its already extensive swimwear offerings with a new department of Plus Size Swimwear
. One piece swimsuits now range in size from 4 through 18. 2012 styles include basic tank suits in solid colors black, lime, chocolate and orange among other colors. Styles include halter tops, flirty ruffles and pretzel suits. Body Body’s basic collection of the D-Cup bathing suit and DD-swimwear
continues to offer a wide selection with the new 2011 styles due this week.
The plus size or full figure swimsuits are designed by Ujena
which offers one of the largest selections of swimwear in the country and is one of the few major swimwear companies to still manufacture their products in the United States. The designer states, “Dark colors slim, large prints embolden, stripes move the eye, details capture the eye. These are some fashion style basics, but even these rules can bend. Your best fashion advice will most likely come from your best friend—as long as she isn’t color blind or your total opposite when it comes to class and style.
You can also consult a professional. As a model your makeup artist is going to be your best source for identifying eye, lip and complexion colors. Some department stores have style consultants you can hire. Personally, I take a friend whose own style I admire when I go shopping.”
“The plus size woman often doesn’t get the selection she deserves when it comes to swimwear,” states Ranowear President and CEO, Willis Domingo. “We’re going to change that with Body Body’s super new collection of plus size swimsuits, the d-cup bathing suit and dd swimwear.”
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact Catherine Stend or visit www.bodybody.com.
Ranowear, Inc. is an Illinois corporation founded in 2004. It specializes in retail sales of women’s apparel and sexy merchandise.
Catherine Stend, Director of Public Relations