-> Cheeky fit with a scoop neckline and a low scoop back
-> Forgiving, functional, and mid-weight fabric
-> 82% Polyester, 18% Spandex
The ʻulu tree, or breadfruit, is a symbol of growth and has been a staple for Hawaiians for nearly a thousand years. ʻUlu fruits are eaten, wood used for homes and canoes, bark made into cloth, and sap used for medicine and waterproofing. ʻUlu can live for a century and produce hundreds of pounds of fruit annually. When a child is born, an ʻulu tree is often planted for a lifetime of abundance.
This smooth bodysuit is beautiful, functional and forgiving. It accentuates a woman's body in the right places and is made for many types of bodies. The suit is double layered in the front.