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Win $100 to Hapari Swimwear

SWIMSUIT season is here!!!!!   Yes, I am extremely happy winter is over and summer weather is here!  

Thank-you Hapari for giving me a swimsuit to conduct an honest review. All opinions are 100% mine and I was not paid for this review.   

Sorry fans but this lady here is camera shy in a swimsuit so I will happily share the model pictures from Hapari's Website.  :)

It was fun shopping around on Hapari's website trying to find the best suit that would fit my body right and still be modest.   I was pretty happy with the selection of choices that fit those standards.   I ended up getting two pairs of bottoms and one tankini top. 

One of the bottoms I got was this awesome tummy tuk that will help with women who are still trying to tighten up the abs after child birth!   This is my biggest area of self esteem issues.  

I got a top that fits a little snug right now... I blame that on my inconsistent gym workouts.   Time to make the time I need to feel confident.  Along with this adorable blue top I got the boy cut shorts in black.   

Hapari Swimwear has suits for all sizes and carry men and children's items as well.  Another neat feature on their website is the Deal of the Day section where you can find great prices!  Along with a Deal of the Day section they also have a clearance section!  Hapari also has free shipping on orders over $50!   

So who is ready to win $100 shopping spree to  Enter this awesome giveaway through the easy rafflecopter form below.  :)   

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Mrs. Graff said…
These suits look so nice
kathy dalton said…
i love the black tankini and sundress in plus size
Jacki T. said…
I need a new swim suit so bad! Would LOVE to win this!
Unknown said…
I love the Black V-Neck Tankini Top
Sherry said…
I like the Black Scoop One-Piece.
Cassie Eastman said…
I would love to get the Sunstripe Sport Tankini Top!
Natalie F said…
I like the "Black Sport Tankini Top" and the regular black bikini bottom.
Tami said…
Sun stripe tie front bikini is too cute!
latanya t said…
laborders2000 said…
I like the Kona Twist tankini!

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