Anita has nearly 130 years of experience in what they do, and have cultivated a reputation for creating quality, comfortable swimwear. Their aim is to create fashionable, feminine swimwear and beachwear for all women no matter what their cup size might be, or what they might need in a swimsuit. There is something for everyone in their range and although that is something you hear often, with Anita having three sub brands to their name, this time it is most certainly true. And yet it is all made with the same exceptional quality and attention to detail as you would expect from a German brand that has lasted nearly a century and a half whilst being respected, admired and held up as an example of fine swimwear everywhere.
Anita Swimwear and Beachwear Collections
Anita has created a number of collections designed for women with specific needs in mind:
• Anita Rosa Faia Swimwear and Beachwear is a range of swimsuits, bikinis, kaftans and beach dresses created for fashion conscious women. If you want something that is on trend, want to look great, and feel confident on the beach then this is the range for you. It is 100% concentrated on fashion and style. • Anita Comfort is on-trend swimwear and beachwear also, but it is designed for maximum comfort too. It makes no difference about your cup size is or your figure. They have swimsuits for curvy women and for bigger busted women• Anita Care is their final range but not their least important by a long shot. In fact, they might put more into each one of these designs than any other item in their range. This collection is a line up of swimsuits and bikinis designed to make you look and feel fabulous on the beach after having mastectomy surgery. Anita mastectomy swimwear is designed with maximum comfort and security in mind, and usually comes fitted with pockets where you can add optional padding to give you the exact fit you want from your mastectomy bikini or mastectomy swimsuit. •
There is very little difference between the quality and design of Anita's post-mastectomy swimwear and their standard range. The main difference is that behind the scenes they have an opening in the lining of the cups to hold a prosthetic breast form. Their post-mastectomy swimsuits and bikinis also cover slightly more of the chest area which is designed to obscure scar tissue.