Veronica Moretti-Adimari | Hello Stylish Storm in a D Cup

Roberta Mancino swims with whale sharks

Roberta Mancino swims with whale sharks,  manta rays and sailfish

My friend Alexandra just introduced me to Veronica Moretti-Adimari, the Italian creative director of an amazing swimsuit company called Storm in a D Cup who loves Greece.

Her design philosophy is to create beautiful shapes to celebrate curves. Storm in a D Cup was founded in 2004 to fulfil a desperate gap in the luxury swimwear market for fashion conscious women who are D cup and above.

Glamorous and stylish swimwear to flatter every figure.

With this in mind, they have developed an extensive range of stunning bikinis, tankinis and one pieces, combining fantastic support with on trend styles. All their swimwear is expertly designed and engineered to provide the flawless fit.Hidden under-wiring, boning and power mesh discreetly give you all the support you need without ever compromising on style.

I know summer is coming slowly to an end but it is still hot in many parts of the world. We are having a heat wave in Athens today!

So while I am working through the details of our new collaboration, I suggest you check her stylish designs for fashionistas who are D Cup and above.

We decided on a giveaway… Never can say no to a new flattering swimsuit !!!!

All the details are coming up on the next post…

I will just tell you, I received my new bikini and it fits like a glove. We took some shots in the pool…You will see…

 

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Creative director  Veronica Moretti-Adimari

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Have a lovely Day!!!

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