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Miss England re-introduces bikini round with Sandstorm
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Jul '11
Sandstorm Boutique, the UKs premier Designer Swimwear Specialists are the official Swimwear Sponsors for Miss England 2011 and this year the swimwear competition has been given a new up to date look!

The swimwear competition has been re-introduced, but this year there will be no parade of girls in swimwear on the stage!

Top photographer Alan Strutt & Naomi John CEO of Sandstorm Boutique have selected ten Miss England finalists from their online portfolios located on the Miss England website.

The ten gorgeous finalists were then invited to Alan Sturtt's London studio on 29th June where they were photographed in the latest Sandstorm Boutique's swimwear collections.

The winner of the Best Beach body will automatically qualify for a place in the top 15 at the finals on 19th July 2011. The lucky lady will also be presented with her award on stage at the Miss England finals and she will receive gorgeous designer swimwear from Sandstorm Boutique.

The Top Ten Best Beach Body Contenders are:
Miss Bath City - Amy Willerton
Miss York - Annastasia Smith
Miss London - Rissikat Obade
Miss Harrogate - Alexandra Devine
Miss Lipsy - Courtenay Dodd
Miss Everymodel - Alize Mounter
Miss Newcastle - Hannah Gray
Miss Liverpool - Sarah Farley
Miss Manchester - Nicola McConnell
Miss Fylde Coast - Sophie Leigh Anderson

Sandstorm Boutique is an exclusive online swimwear boutique. The company sells beautiful designer swimwear and beachwear to women who enjoy the feel and look of luxury.

Sandstorm Boutique


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