Swimwear For Women Over 50

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Swimming is a wonderful exercise for us as we go past the age of 50. Looking for swimsuits for women over 50 can seem a little discouraging sometimes. We see those cute little numbers that are meant for an entirely different demographic than we belong to now. Our bodies just don’t look the same as they did when we were in our twenties or even our thirties and what looked great back then, looks not so great now.

Us ladies with more than a few miles traveled on the road of life need a swimsuit that is slimming and also flattering. Our tummies probably have some stretch marks that we want to hide and it isn’t as flat as it used to be either. So, we need a swimsuit that covers up those areas that we used to be so proud of.

There really are some cute one piece swimsuits for women over 50 that we can wear comfortably and not be too embarrassed going out in public in. None of us want to see some little whipper snapper making a face as we walk by, now do we? They even have some styles that are called a Swim Dress like the one shown here. I know, the model is a young little thing but we can wear this suit with confidence and maybe pretend that we still look like her.

Remember when our swimsuit of choice was a cute little two piece number that showed off all of our curves and brought whistles from the guys at the beach or pool? Let’s face it, girls, those days are over. However, we can still wear two piece swimwear. We just need to get one that covers the mid-section in a cute style. We can look stylish rather than frumpy when going to the local pool to get that much needed exercise. Working out in water hurts much less than working out on those gym machines, am I right? If we are lucky enough to live near a beach or we go on vacation to one, we can look nice in a swimsuit that was designed for the women in our age group.

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South Carolina grandmother who loves to write, dance, and visit with friends and family.
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