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Freya launches super-supportive swimwear range
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First up, the simple, yet sophisticated Cha Cha range comes in a striking all-white look with ornate crochet detailing. Kim Kardashian, Myleene Klass and Rhianna have all been showing off their curves in white bikinis this summer, so Cha Cha gives women a chance to join the Fash pack.

The sweetheart padded bikini top offers great uplift in sizes D-GG cup, whilst the bandless halter bikini top offers a more classic triangle look, up to a FF cup. There’s also a skirted brief for a little more bottom and thigh coverage. In addition, the adjustable leg allows the wearer to show as much or as little flesh as she wishes.

Fever is Freya swim’s most extensive swimwear collection, featuring plenty of poolside options, from tailored collars, plackets and belts with contrast top-stitching and cute buttons.

Fever options can be mixed and matched to create a swimwear wardrobe perfect for any shape. Choose from a sweetheart padded bikini top (D-GG cup), plunge bikini top (C-JJ cup), bandeau bikini top (D-GG cup) or, for a little more coverage, the deep plunge tankini from D-HH cup or the plunge suit from D-H cup.

All available in electric blue or classic black. Meanwhile, any Fever top can be matched with either a classic brief, low rise boy short, wide tab side brief or skirted brief.

The Kansas swimwear collection comes in a cute and classic girly gingham print in blue and white. The fun frill details and Freya-branded tabs feature on the banded halter bikini top to an H cup, the bandeau bikini top to a G cup and also the tankini to a G cup. For the ultimate girly swim set, the top can be teamed with the frilled Rio brief, which is also a great way to balance out a top-heavy figure.

Meanwhile, the Phoenix swimwear range features oriental-inspired graphics in a vibrant cocktail of colours. The super-slimming black base of the swimsuit is complemented by bright strokes of red, orange, yellow and blue. The plunge bikini top is available up to a GG cup and the bandless halter to a FF cup. Either can be matched with a tie side or ‘50s low leg brief.

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