For something so original, you sure know how to fit the bill! It's a great logo mixed with a great concept, but if there's one problem I have, it's this- The fact that the lower part of the 'B' itself is larger than the upper half of the logo. Was this intentional, by any means?
My point is that you have to look at this from the perspective of the buyer- Yes, these women want to find a place that can fit their swimsuit sizes, but they don't want to go to someplace that stereotypes the way "bigger" women look.
If you'd like to take my opinion, I'd say this- I'd make the upper half of the 'B' as big as the lower half. Other than that, however, it's a great concept, and I'm glad you decided to make it for somebody. c:
We, the logo designer, are taught this is very good.
Other wise also this is very nice.
If we look at the big B only, You will immediately come to know that this is some thing regarding big belly, big Voila and Bikini!
According to me that's a bull's eye. Don't you think so?
That may very well describe the logo better than BurningEyes or I ever could. x3 This is very true!
I've showed a version of a equal sized underbelly aswell, but the effect would be less according to both me and the client. Especially if it would be printed smaller, it would be harder to see what it's about.
I see your point in the stereotype thing, but if you want to sell a bikini for quite big women you'd best make it obvious that they should go to this store I guess.
It would be worse if I made it with all the bumps and rolls of skin to stereotype the whole 'Fat is ugly' image that rules pretty much nowadays.
Thanks for the feedback!
Hm... You'd have to show me that. I don't think I could picture it being less visually appealing. But I get where you're coming from, regardless.
And I suppose so. x3 Still, though, I have to ask- Did you think of anything else before this, logo-wise?
Okay, now THAT would just be insulting. xD Again, though, I see your point.
It's my pleasure!