Cupshe High Waisted Bikini Review: My Experience

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been hearing a lot about Cupshe swimsuits for a while now. Whether it be on Pinterest or Youtube, I tend to see Cupshe ads a lot. After watching one of my favorite Youtubers rave about their swimsuits, I thought I’d give them a try.

The first thing I noticed when I looked at their website was just how cute their swimsuits are. I personally think that they’re very unique and not something you’d see shopping at regular stores. They have a lot of styles to choose from. For me, I chose a highwaisted bikini. I did highwaisted just because I think it looks more flattering. Highwaisted anything tends to highlight a womens curves so that they’re more noticeable. It compliments your curves 😊 It also can hide any parts that maybe you’re a bit self conscious about like a lower belly pooch or lower back fat.

Buying this swimsuit was so important to me because I have never bought a swimsuit that was just my style and that I felt cute and attractive in. All my life I pretty much always wore a shirt and shorts when going in the water because I was too self conscious. Then just recently I finally wore a one piece and with no cover up. The only thing was, it wasn’t my style so I didn’t feel 100% confident. But it was much better than my shirt and shorts days. So I very much wanted to buy a swimsuit that flattered my body and made me feel my best. And I’m so glad I bought this one.

It was only $30.99 which I didn’t think was bad at all. At a recent store I went to, they wanted to charge $30 EACH for a bikini top and bottom. I do not want to spend $60 on a swimsuit. So I was happy with the price.

The swimsuit ended up taking about 10 days to get to me. When it came, it was folded into the little bag that you see in the first picture. It was very cute. The coloring was exactly what I thought: peach top with black and white striped bottoms. The bra is actually padded which is an added bonus. I didn’t know it came like that. So at least I don’t have to worry about anything being seen through. Overall, I felt that it was good quality and nicely made. The only only thing I’d say about it is I think they made a mistake with just one of the stiches. It looks like maybe they skipped a stitch or something. But I honestly don’t think its something anyone would notice so I’m not too upset about it. Its just one of those things that I’m always going to see and know its out of place but nobody else will.

I really like the fit. I ended up ordering a medium. I couldn’t decide between getting a small or medium but since they were out of stock with the small, I just took a chance and ordered the medium. It ended up fitting perfectly so I’m glad I did. I’m normally a small on top and a medium on the bottom (so a 4/6). Since I’m on the shorter side (5’3) the top ended up being able to stretch and cover my lovehandles which I was really happy about. I’m currently working on them at the gym but I’m not there yet. They’re smaller but still there. So just the fact that I’ll be able to cover them up while I’m still in the process of losing them is reassuring to me.

My takeaway: if I’m ever in need of a swimsuit, I would definitely buy from them again. Their swimsuits are cute, affordable, and very flattering. I’m glad I tried them out (I never buy clothes online) and I can’t wait to buy from them again 😊

I hope you guys liked this post. If you’re into clothing reviews like this, make sure to give this a thumbs up so I can continue to write similar articles.

Have you guys ever ordered from Cupshe? If you did, how was your experience? I’d love to hear from you.

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