On the second day of our Swimwear Africa conference, we spoke with the people behind the most popular swimwear brands in the region.
Read more about our Swimsuits of the World Awards 2018: The best of Swimwear brands As we started to get ready for the conference, the atmosphere was a little bit different.
I thought it was great to have a bit of privacy to sit and talk with the conference organisers.
The organisers were incredibly friendly and made me feel welcome, which is a bit unusual for a conference like this.
After the conference was over, I started to ask a lot of questions.
When I asked about brands, the organisers were quick to tell me about the range of styles, which was very helpful.
One of the things I wanted to know about was the swimwear styles from Australia.
In Australia, there are two major brands that dominate the market.
Woolworths has dominated the market for the last 20 years, but there are other brands that have come into the market over the years.
So I was curious to see how they compare in terms of style and performance.
Before the conference I had been hearing that the best quality products are from the Woolworths brand.
As soon as I got home, I decided to get some of the Woolies products.
They were pretty good.
For instance, I was impressed with the Noodler’s Maxx and the Zara Swimwear Collection from Australia, which are both made by Woolworth.
There was a lot more quality in the products that I got.
However, there were some products that didn’t make the cut.
What did you think about the Woolie’s MaxX?
Did you buy one?
Do you have any other Woolies swimwear products?
Leave a comment below and tell us what you thought of the products!
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Read our Bathroom Rules: How to keep your water safe and your privacy in 2018 article The latest news and opinions from around the world About the author: Jill is a freelance journalist and lifestyle blogger living in Sydney, Australia.