Swimsuit Guide

June 3, 2010

Thursday, June 3, 2010

SwimsuitsFor far too long women have been purchasing swimwear because we like the way it looks in the store, only to find that when we get it home it looks awful on us. I know that I’ve definitely had that little issue before. Well, that’s most likely because we’re buying the wrong swimsuit for our body type. So I set out to find which swimsuits go best with which body type.

Athletic Body Type with Minimal Curves

Have you always yearned for that hourglass figure? Well, I just the swimsuits for you. Try choosing swimsuits detailed with vertical or diagonal lines. Vertical and diagonal lines make the waist appear slimmer, giving you the appearance of an hourglass figure. You can also choose swimsuits with side cut-out detailing. Cut-outs do the same as vertical and diagonal lines, but it’s a little sexier.

To Maximize Bust

If you have a smaller chest, don’t fret. You can always get the appearance of a larger chest with swimsuits that are cut deep in the front, have padding and underwires, or detail such as ruffles.

To Minimize Hips and Thighs

For problem hips and thighs, you can minimize those problem areas with flirty ruffled skirts and elongated one-pieces like the ones below.

To Minimize Tummy

Are you not proud of your tummy? That’s okay. All of us can’t have Beyonce’s abs. But you can still be cute in these swimsuits. Choose one-piece swimsuits with extra fabric around the tummy area such ruching or embroidered detailing, or two-piece swimsuits with a high waist. The extra fabric is great for camouflaging.

For Full Coverage and Support

These swimsuits will give you added coverage in your bust area and control the tummy area. Some of them even cover problem thighs and hips. And they’re so cute.

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