From A to G: Moni The Label Has Got You Covered

Review of Moni the Label by Freya Bennett

It’s not often that a local, ethical swimwear company caters for a large range of boob sizes but then, along came Moni.

I have been reviewing swimwear for the last two years since my daughter was born and pushed my already large bust up a few cup sizes making it almost impossible to find bathers that fit. Moni is a relatively new brand that popped up in my Instagram feed, luxuriously inciting me with it’s flattering and stylish houndstooth design. I contacted the designer who is, unsurprisingly called Moni and we had a great chat. I felt instantly comfortable talking about my swimwear woes and she sent me a bikini to try.

It arrived within a week and the fit was absolutely perfect. Not only was I in love with the top, but the high waist bottoms seemed to be designed for my torso exactly. They fit like a glove and I felt instantly more confident in my body. The houndstooth design flatters the bust, taking attention away from the size as the focus is drawn to the pattern. I can attest that the top is true to size, so when you order, choose your bra size and you’ll get the perfect fit. This is something that is notoriously difficult in bathers and so when a brand spends time getting the sizing right, it doesn’t go unnoticed.

The last thing I found so beautiful and as if a little ode to sisterhood, is that Moni creates bikinis for all boobies! Her bathers range from A-G cups meaning you can match all your buddies no matter your size!


Freya Bennett

Freya Bennett is the Co-Founder and Director of Ramona Magazine for Girls. She is a writer and illustrator from Melbourne, Australia who has a passion for youth rights and mental health. To combat her own battle with anxiety and hypochondria, you can find Freya boxing, practicing yoga, taking sertraline and swimming in the ocean. She believes in opening up about her mental health struggles and shining a light on what is not spoken about. Freya welcomed her first daughter, Aurora into the world on the 21st of November, 2017 and spends her days building blocks, reading stories and completely exhausted. With a passion for grassroots activism and creative community, Freya began Ramona Magazine as an alternative to boring, image-obsessed teen media. The magazine is founded upon Freya’s core values of creative expression, equality and kindness. You can follow her on Instagram @thecinnamonsociety

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