Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) June 23, 2014
Hapari International has announced a collection of maternity swimwear geared toward expecting mothers just in time for summer 2014.
Hapari’s maternity collection includes tankini styles selected for their length, coverage and support. The select styles that make up the collection are longer than industry standard to ensure an expecting mother’s growing belly stays covered during the length of her pregnancy, and Hapari’s top-of-the-line, high-tech fabric ensures a comfortable, snug fit.
“We decided to introduce a maternity collection after we heard from so many women that they have a difficult time finding maternity swimwear that is stylish and also fits well,” said Tasha Curry, who leads Hapari’s design team. “Of course, we’ve always maintained that women should never have to sacrifice style for a great fit. The same is true for pregnant women.”
The tankini styles comprising the new maternity collection include the V-Neck, Sport, Seaside, Twist and S.O.S. Underwire. Each style has its own unique features and is available in a variety of prints and solids.
“Women love the Seaside Tankini style for its adjustable length. They love the Sport Tankini style for its athletic fit and great coverage, and they love the S.O.S. style for its underwire support,” said Curry. “We love that we can offer so many styles for expecting moms to be able to choose what works best for their body.”
Tankinis from Hapari’s maternity collection are priced at $59 and are available in regular and plus sizes. All bottoms sold separately.
About Hapari International, LLC : Hapari Swimwear with offices in Phoenix, Ariz., is in its ninth year of business selling swimwear for the everyday woman. Hapari is an international designer and branded manufacturer of swimwear. Hapari focuses on selling fashionable and trendy tankinis, bikinis and one-pieces for women of all sizes. In addition to its online store, Hapari has retail locations in Kaysville and American Fork, Utah. Additional retail locations are planned for the Phoenix metro in 2014.