Discover The Best Swimwear For Every Shape

Choosing the right swimwear for your figure can be a time-consuming bind. We all want to look our best on the beach, but if we aren’t blessed with a model’s figure, discovering the perfect swimsuit can prove practically impossible and embarrassing to boot. Fortunately, we have compiled together the best tips to make your swimwear shopping experience simple, pain free and a huge success!

1. Big-Busted

COURTNEY ROBERTSON in Bikini

Ladies who have a larger upper body must make support a priority. Choose an underwired or moulded cup, preferably with a high back and halter neck to avoid any beach disasters.If you are a confident, ‘if you’ve got it, flaunt it,’ ladies, bold colours and embellishments will not be a concern. However, if you do not wish to draw attention to your chest, steer clear of bright colours and frills.

2. Smaller Bust

The good news is, if you are self-conscious about your bra size, there are available a vast array of swimsuits and bikinis with padded cups. Additionally, you should opt for bright colours and frills to create the appearance of a larger cup-size.

3. Boyish figure

There are a number of great swim solutions to enhance a boyish figure, creating a curvy image. Tie-side bikini bottoms or cut out swimsuits will fit to your shape, adding the appearance of feminine curves. So too, will florals, colours, and frills. Show off your flat stomach with a frilly bikini with thick tie-sides to finish off a perfect look.

4. Pear shape

Swimwear for pear shape
Perfect swimwear for pear shapes!

If you are a pear shape, you will find your shoulder width to be smaller and narrower than your bottom. Ladies with this figure should seek out one-piece suits with a padded cup to give balance. Wrap-around are also a great buy.

5. Apple figure

In order to hide a larger stomach, always opt for a crossover wrap or shirring. This will transform your look by covering up any body misdemeanours and give you added confidence. Look for a one-piece suit to provide curves, and vertical stripes to lengthen the overall appearance.

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