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Carve Designs Beacon Full One Piece Swimsuit - Women's

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Beacon Full One Piece Swimsuit

Not all one pieces are created equal. And with its strappy details and moderate coverage, the Carve Designs Women Beacon Full One-Piece Swimsuit is evidence as such. While it's a nod to a classic silhouette, this stylish suit is updated with UPF 50+ sun-protection, a stretchy nylon fabric, and a built-in shelf bra to handle all of your aquatic adventures.

  • Boogie board to your heart's content with this suit
  • Nylon fabric is lined for comfort and convenience
  • Shelf bra provides subtle support
  • Moderate coverage offers ample versatility
  • UPF 50+ safeguards from the sun's rays
  • Made in the USA
  • Item #CRV003X

82% nylon, 18% spandex
one piece
shelf bra
UPF Rating
Recommended Use
beachwear, surfing, swimming
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great quality and looks awesome

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 5"
100 lbs

I purchased this swimsuit for my daughter and here's what she says: Ï love this swimsuit! The stripe color is really flattering and it fits perfect. Perfect for me since I spend so much time in the pool."

>Rating: 5

Quality Suit

True to size

I am always on the look out for a quality suit that doesn't ride up my bun region. I am 48 and surf regularly so I am looking for something age appropriate but not matronly. Not that anyone will see me in it really since I wear a wetsuit but I still want a quality, attractive, and well fitting suit. This suit is perfect! As soon as I tried it on, I went on line and purchased two more.

>Rating: 5

Flattering and Modest Suit

5` 3"
125 lbs

I just got this for my mom and she loves it! Its coverage is great, but also isn't too bulky. She says its super comfortable and its very flattering!

>Rating: 5

For the body conscious and the curvy. ;)

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 6"
145 lbs

Who says horizontal stripes make you look chubby? I found this swimsuit to be incredibly flattering, and I-like most women- feel super self-conscious in a swimsuit (hence the one piece) But I love this suit. It makes your chest look great without making you feel like you're going to pop out when you swim. It's a real problem. We've all been there. I'm not a competitive swimmer or anything, but I like to play at the lake or dip in the hot tub, and it's perfect for both uses. Comfortable, doesn't ride up. It's a win.

>Rating: 2


True to size
Size Bought
5` 4"
123 lbs

Background: I teach Aquacise and wanted a new class suit...sturdy and modest while still feeling a bit fun and capable of being a "fun" suit too.. I'm 37, 5'4", 120-125, 32A (yes, there are usually more bra options in the girls' dept, though I'm happy to report they lack any sort of sexiness), usually a size 2, and built small (dentists, physical therapists, and a surgeon report I have a child-sized skeleton despite technically being avg height) Review: The small was def the right choice of size and I did LOVE the back straps, at least on dry land. Sadly, beyond that I didn't find it flattering at all. Although my body is usually underwater, I look for suits that help me feel confident in front of the class. I'm told it's mostly my silly head, but I sometimes swear my under-the-navel pooch sticks out beyond my chest! I look for a suit that helps me feel positive. I hoped the removable pads would be sturdy enough to help give me a little shape (I shopped around and other descriptions made me think this would do that) but they are barely enough to prevent letting everyone know when I'm a bit chilly! The headline says "Like A Shining Beam of Style"...clearly they mean high-beams! My last suit, a TYR, had enough oomph without feeling like a push-up bra (I don't want full-on fake, just a little help!), but it's losing steam and I'm due to replace it. Final Verdict: A miss. Sadly, I'll be out the cost of the return ship since this is going back once I get the chance to hit the post office and look into the best priced option (think I can beat the cost of using their return label, though convenience may win out...not intended as a complaint, I know it's late in the summer and would prob need to look online for a good one-piece in my size).