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Blue gradient burkini


3 piece tie and tie burkini.

This model is composed of:

  • A tunic.
  • Straight cut leggings.
  • A bra.
  • A belt.

The model is wearing the white cap hijab.

Taille: S/M
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Gradient burkini

We offer you this burkini, with a mid-length tunic and leggings

Attachment links between the top and bottom, so the burkini will not ride up when swimming.

This model is composed of:

  • A tunic: with high collar
  • Leggings: they have a tightening tie.
  • A bra: which will allow you to maintain optimum support for your chest.
  • A belt.

You should not sit on rough pool edges or rocks. Do not rub your forearms on the edges and rocks as well, otherwise you will damage the fabric and it will pill. To have a burkini that does not stick much and dries quickly we must use this type of fabric but it is fragile to friction, it is not the same fabric as standard swimsuits which stick and take a very long time to dry. . Please respect these conditions of use.

Size guide :

The model is 1m70 tall and wears S/M for a good usual 38.

  • S/M corresponds to a 36/38.
  • Tunic length: 115cm.
  • Legging length: 100cm.
  • Chest measurement: 92cm.

  • L/XL corresponds to a 40/42.
  • Tunic length: 115cm
  • Legging length: 100cm
  • Chest circumference: 98cm


Interview :

  • Machine wash 30 degrees maximum.
  • Do not wash with clinging clothes.
  • Do not put in the dryer, it dries quickly.

Please note that swimsuit fabrics should not be rubbed against rough surfaces (grippy pool edge, etc.) at the risk of snagging the fabric and damaging it.


  • Made in the PRC.

But what is the burkini?

Burkini is an invented word made up of the first syllable of burka and the last two syllables of bikini . Intended for Muslim women wishing to bathe in a “modest” outfit, it was designed in 2004 by Australian designer of Lebanese origin Aheda Zanetti.

It is therefore a covering swimsuit , also called Islamic swimsuit which generally covers the entire body.

The burkini allows us to preserve our modesty but it also protects us from the sun's rays which are very dangerous for the skin, a major campaign on skin cancer following exposure to the sun is proof of this. Women with skin problems and wishing to protect themselves from the rays can also wear this covering swimsuit without necessarily being Muslim.


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