I'm plus-size and in my 40s – I did a bikini and one-piece haul, the support was fantastic for the price | The Sun

A PLUS-SIZE woman in her 40s has been showing off her swimwear haul and was thrilled at the products and the price.

Her mix of bikinis and one-pieces ticked all the boxes as far as she was concerned.

Ainsley's (@ainsleyfunmum) enthusiasm for all items was obvious.

She typically displays similar passionate reviews on her TikTok.

This lady was thrilled recently to reach 16,000 followers and has another very impressive 293,000 likes.

In this post, it was her swimwear haul from Mooslover that came up for review.

“Some of my favorite swimsuits and bikinis from Mooslover," she said at the top of her post.

“As I have bigger ladies to support they feel secure and I feel really good wearing them," she wrote of her wardrobe pieces.

First, was a black-bottomed one-piece with a gingham-like pattern at the top with a plunging neckline.

This was followed by a smoking scarlet swimsuit with a flattering tie belt across her midriff.

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It was a similar style for the next patterned asymmetric style, again with a tie around her middle.

Then she rocked a leopard-print bikini with high-waisted bottoms and a full top with plunging cleavage.

Finally, it was the turn of a black bikini with a snazzy cross-over effect under the boobs, all for $32.

She was able to vouch for their wearability too.

“I also tried some of them out on holiday so they were tested properly," she said.

Then added: “The quality is great for the price."

Commenters thought she looked great.

“You look amazing hun," said one.

While another concluded the post with another compliment: “You look fantastic in all of them," she said.

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