You may not have exercised as much as you wanted to before summer time and swim suit season arrived. Maybe you still have some areas that are troublesome when swim suit shopping. Don’t worry, it’s not your body that’s the problem, it’s the swim suit.
Finding the right swim suit for your body can take some times. Use these swim suit buying tips to find the right bathing suit for your body, right now. Don’t let perceived imperfections ruin your fun in the sun this summer. Make the most of what you have, and find a way to enhance the rest, with the right summer swim suit.
So many swim suits are lacking what women with big breasts need in the summer: wide straps, underwire support, and no pads. Even swim suits with larger tops seem to include pads, which are just not needed by women with big breasts. While coverage is good, padding is not.
The most flattering swim suits for women with large breasts are suits that cover the sides of the breasts, have wide straps, include underwire, and criss-cross or plunge between the breasts.
No Curves Ahead
If your swim suit needs to add some curves to your athletic or straight body, forgo the string bikini this year, and select a summer swim suit that has wider straps over the shoulder, and under the breasts. Go for a slightly padded top, and a bottom that is belted, or has a wide waist band. You will add the illusion of curves to your athletic shape.
Bandeau-style swim suit tops also add curvature to a small top.
Avoid any print with horizontal stripes. Horizontal stripes on a bathing suit will only make a petite frame seem even lower to the ground. In fact, horizontal stripes should be avoided by just about everyone.
Forgo the horizontal stripes which diminish a petite stature, and opt instead for a more organic design with bright colors.
Bigger in the Middle
If you mid section is all that it can be, which may be more than you want it to be, opt for a flattering bathing suit that is a solid-color, and does not have a lout pattern.
When trying to diminish a mid-section, you should definitely continue with an exercise routine. In the mean time, find a swim suit with side rauching, a one-piece that looks like a tankini with a bottom, a V-neckline, or chevron stripes.
The number one rule for anyone who is “plus size” according to currently fashion industry sizes, is to make sure you cover it up. That means, cover what you don’t like and expose what you do. Make sure the leg cut on a bathing suit is not to high, if you want to cover curvy hips.
Do opt for a plunging but tasteful neckline when your cleavage is a must-see!
Some tankini style bathing suits fit the needs of plus-sized figures. if you can’t find the right tankini and bottom match for your body, opt for a one-piece suit with a plunging neckline, supportive straps, and a criss-cross or belt like design under the breast area. A high-waisted swim suit can be just what you need to complement a full figure.
The post-pregnancy body can sometimes take a while to find its old shape. Don’t hide inside this summer, enjoy the outdoors with your family is a swim suit that fits you properly. A high-cut suit adds length to your legs, while a tankini top can be complementary, showing just a hint of midriff, without making you feel self-conscious about your post-pregnancy belly.
This summer, be sure to still work on your thighs, if that is one of the areas you are struggling with. In the meantime, find a summer swim suit that covers the outer and inner thighs, and adds a bit of flirt to the bathing suit, in the form of a skirt.
A tankini or bikini top pairs well with a flaired swim suit skirt. There are some fashionable skirts that will not age you when you wear them to the beach or pool this summer.
A little known swim suit buying secret for women with wide hips, and a smaller waist, is to opt for a bathing suit that is made for women with a long torso. Even if you are petite, or do not have a long torso, a swim suit with a long torso gives you the extra material you need to properly cover and support wide hips.
Another way to find a swim suit to draw attention away from wide hips is to purchase a bathing suit that is mostly one solid color, with ornate designs on the top. The eyes will be drawn upwards.
If you feel tall or lanky, opt for a bright print in a two-piece bikini or tankini with bottom.