How To Select The Best Swimsuit For Your Body Type
You lucky thing! A smaller bust can wear the most daring of swimwear, from bandeau, frilly to simple triangle tops. If you're self conscious about your bust (don't be!) you can try padded styles to give you that little extra bit of confidence.
If you have a larger bust, triangle bikini tops are probably not going to give you enough support, especially if you're active on the beach!
Therefore, any of the Lidea's 'moulded cup' range are going to work for you and give you that extra little bit of support. Moontide has an extensive selection of larger cup style this summer, which will make you feel so sexy on the sand!
Real women have a tummy!
If yours is your 'problem' area, and is something that you want to draw attention away from, try opting for full bathing suits and focus on other areas.
Go for one of the Miraclesuit options which claim to help you “Lose 10 pounds in 10 minutes”, or Moontide's halter bathing suits, they are even reversible so you get two for the price of one! The sexy halter top will draw attention upwards from your tummy to your brilliant cleavage. Another great option is a cami top to hide any lumps or bumps.
If your hips are narrow and look disproportionate to the rest of your body, try filling that area out with low slung swimsuit of bikini bottoms. Boy styles shorts look great on this body shape, as do bottoms with little skirts or added frills- you can afford to draw attention to this area!
Contrary to popular belief, if you have a larger thigh, you should steer clear of boy shorts- they cut you leg off at a point which makes your thighs seem larger than they are and your legs seem shorter.
To make your legs look longer and slimmer, go for higher cut style briefs.
If your bottom is something that you wish to draw attention from, try a boy short, which will cover the area and leave you without the worry of a dreaded 'bottom munch' on your bikini briefs!