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Understanding Swimwear Support Levels From Zoggs

Zoggs have a useful coding system of support levels to indicate which swimsuit may be perfect for you. Here we explain each level of support so that you can choose the swimsuit that you feel most confident in. So, whether you are looking for freedom of movement in the swimming pool for tough training sessions, a supportive costume that you can feel great in relaxing at the pool or a swimsuit to accentuate your curves, Zoggs have something for you.


Level 1 Neutral support

Neutral support is typically found in sports training styles and have front lining for modesty.


level 1 - Zoggs and Simply Swim swimsuits


Level 2 Low Support

Light or low support have features such as shelf bras or adjustable straps to help fit the swimsuit to your shape.


Level 3 - Zoggs and Simply Swim supportive swimsuits


Level 3 Medium Support

These swimsuits have subtle contour features that give you confidence and comfort such as soft foam cups and adjustable straps.


Level 3 - Zoggs and Simply Swim supportive swimwear


Level 4 High Support

The mot supportive of the swimsuits, they have shaping and core support, such as tummy control and multi-way or adjustable straps.


Level 4 - Zoggs and Simply Swim shaping swimwear

Choosing swimwear that makes us feel confident and comfortable? Here are some tips:

  • Choose swimwear based on body shape and personal style. There's no one-size-fits-all when it comes to swimwear. It's important to choose styles that flatter your body shape and make you feel good. For example, if you have a pear-shaped body, a swimsuit with a high-waisted bottom can accentuate your waist and hips. If you prefer a more modest look, a swimsuit with a longer skirt can provide coverage and comfort.

  • Pay attention to proper fit and comfort. Swimwear that's too tight or too loose can make you feel uncomfortable and self-conscious. Make sure to choose swimwear that fits you properly and provides adequate support. This can make a big difference in how you feel and move in your swimsuit.

  • Experiment with different styles and colours. Don't be afraid to try out different swimwear styles and colours until you find what works for you. Sometimes, stepping out of your comfort zone can lead to surprising results and boost your confidence.