Swimwear experts at Hapari remarked the 60-year-old pageant’s commitment to beautiful and timeless swimwear fashion
The judging may be over and the crowning may be done, but the Miss Universe 2011 competition has made a splash in the world of swimwear fashion. This year, the contestants strutted their stuff in multicolored, halter-top bikinis made by the Brazilian swimwear company, Catalina Brasil. American swimwear experts at Hapari, a company dedicated to making trendy swimwear for real women, noted how the classic swimsuits in this year’s competition could be adapted to fit a variety of body types.
“The swimsuits used in the competition were beautiful examples of timeless bikini style,” said Jill Carson, designer and co-owner of Hapari Swimwear. “They represent a return to swimwear fashion that’s about looking and feeling your best. That’s what we try to do with our bikinis and tankinis at Hapari—help every woman feel attractive no matter what.”
Hapari’s colorful swimwear echoes the suits seen at Miss Universe 2011 with a variety of styles and shapes that are made with figure-enhancing “secrets.” Many of the company’s tankinis can be tied in one of three ways: halter, tank, and criss-cross, meaning that women can choose the way which works best for them.
The swimsuits seen at the pageant this year dazzled the world. Hapari is a company that hopes to make swimsuits that will dazzle women everywhere as soon as they put them on.
Hapari International, LLC makes swimsuits and long tankinis that are stylish and comfortable for all body types, enhancing the curves women want while hiding those they don’t. The versatile swimwear can be mixed and matched with any top and bottom so that women get the perfect fit. The company began when two designer mothers took their dissatisfaction with women’s swimwear and turned it into a passion. Hapari’s swimwear has body-shaping secrets that enhance the female figure and allow every woman to feel confident and beautiful in her swimsuit. For more information, visit http://www.hapari.com.