Just like everything else, sometimes us ladies make it a little complicated to purchase the right swimsuit. Sometimes we bu swimsuits because of the nice designs or because the look FAB on the mannequi , but the don’t necessarily fit our shape the best. Here are a few quick tips that will help you choose a swimsuit this year.
If your body is short in proportion to your legs, you will want a swimsuit that gives the impression of litheness. Try a bikini with a halter-top to emphasize the bust and shoulders. Pair this top with bikini bottoms that sit low on the hips.
To give the impression of long legs, try a one-piece swimsuit or bikini with high-cut legs. High-cut legs shorten the torso and lengthen the legs.
If you have a small bust like me, you can add curves and subtle cleavage by looking for a bikini top with triangle-shaped cups and a tie-front. These features will add shape and the appearance of size to your small bust.
For a large bust, look for a straight across cut at the top of your swimsuit with wide set straps to minimize your bust. Also, be sure to try a bikini top with an underwire and a thick chest band for extra support. A thick chest band will prevent jiggling so that the bra stays where it should be and you can’t fall out.
To flatter a pear shape, try pairing an eye-catching bikini or tankini top with subdued bottoms in a dark color. This type of swimsuit will draw attention toward your more appealing characteristics. Also, moderation is best when it comes to bottom coverage. While it’s true that boy shorts and over-coverage make your lower half look bigger, so will tiny pieces. If the pattern or colour is discrete, a non-skimpy bottom piece will make your bottom look smaller and shapelier, not bigger, and you’ll feel more comfortable without half your butt hanging out.
Here are a Few Lovely SwimSuits: