Swimwear That Suits Your Body Type
Posted on July 29 2016
No Booty ??!!! .....Say NO to bottoms that are full briefed!!! Emphasise your bottom with cute frills and ruching, as again they give the illusion of a bigger booty, along with a cheeky or Brazilian cut brief.
Below:(left- right) moanabikini.com, Lolli Swim and bellabikini.com.au
If you have that sexy big booty, You have the option of wearing any bikinis and/or swimwear that you like... As some of you may want to reveal and flaunt your booty with Brazilian cut string bikinis and high-cut or skimpy cut swimsuits. Where others may look for designs with a solid full briefed bottoms and printed tops -- which will help balance out your behind :)
Below; (left-right) www.delmaar.com.au, For love and lemons, lulifama.com
Let your little ladies shine .... When you have a small chest you can flaunt skimpy strings, cutouts, one-shoulders, tiny bralette's, bandeaus and neck plunging bikini tops....Or wear a push up, embellished, ruffled and printed kinis to give the illusion of bigger breasts:)
Below: (left-right) Sea of candy bikini, www.delmaar.com.au, Victoria's Secret
Strings and cutouts are not your friend, you need swimwear with underwire and cup sizes, this will offer you all the support you need !!! Also look for thicker bikini or full-piece straps, and double-stitched bands for a flattering look!!
Below: (left-right) Victoria's Secret, Monday Swimwear, Boohoo.com
Fighting the bulge is much easier than you think and you have two ways to do this....
1. A high-waisted bottom it works wonders -- just make sure it extends above or just under your belly button to prevent a muffin top.
2. The string bikini bottom is also your best friend. The side ties allow customizing to fit your shape and won't squeeze your sides like a thick-band bottom might!!
Below:(left-right) Fancy Swimwear, Asos, Ondademar
If you want to elongate shorter legs, go for swimwear with high cuts!!! - The higher the cut, the longer the legs appear :) Lucky for you, as the 1980s high-cut swimwear is the craze this summer.
Below: (left-right) illiasswimwear, illiasswimwear, flookthelabel
A tummy pouch
Hiding a tummy is easier than most people think. Defiantly go for a full-piece swimsuit either one with ruching - this helps to conceal your stomach, or a full-peice with a plunching neckline - to help keep the focus upwards rather than on the mid section. Also Peplums are perfect for the beach!! Another great idea is having a swimsuit that has two colours as shown below (pic 2) = Curvy-licious
Below: Seafolly swimwear and Asos (last)