INTRODUCING TO YOU … MY NEW FAVOURITE SWIMWEAR

When it comes to sun holidays, stylish swimwear is up there as a priority holiday essential. My children live for pool days while we’re away on holiday so they wear swimming costumes more than anything else.

Strike a pose Mills (while Ebonie looks on)

I’ve always struggled to find pretty yet long lasting swimwear here in the UK, so when I discovered an Australian brand Sun Emporium I immediately knew their range was right up my street. It’s all in the details and this is what makes the styles stand out; the frills on the sleeves, the frills on the hips, the tutu style bottoms, etc.

Their exclusive prints come to life in swimwear crafted from LYCRA® XTRA LIFE fabric offering premium shape retention, maximum breathability and ultra-chlorine resistance. I can honestly say, after trying various brands of swimwear for my children over the years (high street as well as independent brands), the quality of Sun Emporium is second to none. After heavy use, there’s no sign of bubbling in the fabric and the costumes still all look like new – qualities I’ve failed to find before. The swimwear is made of high quality fabric and is super soft and comfy.

My fair haired, blue eyed babes need high protection from the sun and it’s reassuring to know that all of the Sun Emporium products offer maximum sun protection with a UPF 50+ rating meeting the strict criteria of ARPANSA. I chose styles that covered their shoulders to offer the best protection without the need for excessive sun cream application. The ultra-chlorine resistance fabric also provides that extra reassurance that we’re doing all we can to minimise the amount of chlorine reaching their young, delicate skin.

The prints are all available in various styles and I love how easy it was to coordinate my three. I found the swimwear to be true to size which was most helpful when ordering.

 Let’s go find an island …

[Disclaimer: clothing in this post was gifted as part of a recent collaboration between myself and Sun Emporium. I will only ever promote brands that I would genuinely buy and use regardless.]

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