This will be the place where I offer one-of-a-kind, or limited runs of swimsuits, all season long.
If you live in the SoCal/Los Angeles area and want to visit my workshop/showroom, let me know, I would be happy to have you visit.
SIZE CHART: 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x
Dress Size: 18/20 22/24 26/28 30/32 34/36 38/40
Bust: 44-47 48-51 52-55 56-59 60-63 64-67
Waist: 35-38 39-42 43-46 47-50 51-54 55-58
Hip: 46-49 50-53 54-57 58-61 62-65 66-70
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
Please wear the appropriate under garments when trying on items. If garments are return to me stained or have odors, only 50% will be refunded. Please fold neatly and return in the plastic bag garment is sent in.
Customer pays for return shipping fees.
If you don't have Paypal or don't like it, I do have another online, secured credit card service available. Just let me know and I can send you an invoice from Propay.
I must charge all California residents sales tax of 8.75%. Not my fault, talk to the good folks up in state capitol for that!
Customer pays for return shipping.
Items are shipped from Lomita, California.
Additional policies and FAQs
Swimsuit Care Guide
After swimming in the ocean
or the pool, always rinse your swimsuit with regular tap water. In doing so, you will eliminate most of the salt and chlorine which are the principle chemicals that affect the Nylon and spandex fibers. From time to time, you should also HAND WASH (never in a washing machine even at gentle cycle) your suit with a cool water liquid detergent (like Zero or Woolite). Never use bleach!
It is highly recommended
that you HANG DRY your swimsuit. Make sure that it is dried in an artificially lit environment (regular home lighting will do fine) and not outside or the clothesline. The sun naturally causes colored fabrics to fade.
your swimsuit away until it is completely dry. If it is stored while still wet or humid, it could become discolored. For the same reason avoid leaving it in a bag or a damp towel.
oil based sun tan lotions, minimize direct contact with your swimsuit as the oils naturally cause the swimsuit elastics to breakdown.
There are ways to prolong the look and the life of your swimsuits
Will oils and lotions damage my suit?.......
Yes, oils and lotions will make the elastic in your swimsuit deteriorate
Is this considered a manufactures defect?........
No, All manufactures feel that this is abusing the suit. They all recommend using a good swimsuit cleaner that will remove oils and chlorine
Will wearing a swimsuit in a hot tub make it fade?.......
Yes, It does not matter who makes your suit hot tubs will damage the colors and elastic in your suit. Think of your hot tub as a washing machine with hot water and bleach in it