- Carve Designs Size Guide
- Fashion and function combine in the Carve Designs® Vista Full Piece swimsuit. This versatile one piece can handle time in the surf as well as time on shore.
- Solid colorway is perfect to pair with any cute cover-up.
- Plunging V-neckline.
- Removable padding.
- Shirred through the torso for an ideal silhouette.
- 81% micro polyester, 19% spandex.
- Machine wash cold, line dry.
- Made in the U.S.A.
- One Piece Length: 28 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM (US 4-6). Please note that measurements may vary by size.
- If you're not fully satisfied with your purchase, you are welcome to return any unworn and unwashed items with tags intact and original packaging included.
Customer Reviews Provided by Zappos
I just ordered the Hawaiian flowered suit, and after three days of looking for a one piece, for the first time at age 53, and I am so grateful to have found this suit! I have a long torso, not a gymnast-type short torso, and always have to extend bra straps to the very, very end, so this should fit me just right. I love everything about it. It is not sexilicious bedroom stuff, so I can feel comfortable around my family wearing it. It is not old-ladyish, nor garish, nor covered in thick, tight spandex girdles. It is not black. It is not just pink. It is not ugly. It is not weird with cut-outs like a monokini, nor heavy on the neck with straps there, nor New York flash n' glam like a bathing tuxedo. It is simply gorgeous, hip like a tankini, and shows my back to advantage with the wide shoulder straps instead of spaghetti straps. It is exactly as I would have drawn it, and it clearly is designed by California girls who have personal style. To top it off, the red plumeria flowers remind me of my very first swimsuit which was a one piece for swim team, begun at age six. I always wanted to feel like I did about that suit, when finally I had to wear a one piece as I grew in years. That year has arrived. And I feel just like I wanted to about this one piece. Thank you. I love to swim and sun, and I am very, very happy to still feel hip, and fun, and sunny. It is every bit as pretty as any bikini, and I've had some beauties. Ciao, bella!
- Tracy - customer
- from California
- February 27, 2013
So pretty! I am 6 ft tall, small up top and hippy down below (to put it mildly!). I ordered this and the Miraclesuit Oceanus and this was by far the winner. Very flattering across the middle and the XL was long enough to fit comfortably without riding up. One note though - my hubby asked why it was all "wrinkly" across the middle so I had to explain the concept of ruching. I don't think it looks weird and my teenage daughter and her friend both gave it the thumbs up! I think it is a very sexy suit and it gives me a lot of body confidence.
- NolaLola - customer
- from New Orleans LA
- June 9, 2012
I really like this suit, but the straps are too long. I'm not short (5'7") but I would need to take the straps in about an inch in order for this suit to fit correctly. If the straps were adjustable at all I'd keep this suit because it fits great everywhere else.
- Anonymous - customer
- June 2, 2012
Too long for my 5'3" torso. Fabric is unforgiving for someone like me who benefits from tummy control.
- Anonymous - customer
- from New Jersey
- February 28, 2014
It has been a long time since I actually loved a bathing suit, but I love this one. I ordered it in the colorful print on a white background, and it looked fresh and pretty on the beach. The fabric is light and dries quickly, not like other suits that I have had that make me sweat in the sun. I am about 5'3" and 108 pounds - size small fit perfectly. My only complaint is that I wished the bra inserts were sewn in place. I might do it myself. I am not what you would call busty, and when I was swimming in the ocean, the big crashing waves made the inserts shift around and bunch up and I looked like a weirdo trying to adjust them! I liked all the suits by Carve Designs - I will definitely buy another one.
- Peggy M - customer
- from Buffalo NY
- August 15, 2014