you’re looking for a women's swimsuit this season that will flatter
your body type you’re on the right track. Often we get caught
up in what’s trendy and forget to look for a suit that flatters
our good features and plays down those we’re not so eager to share
with the world. Following are some helpful tips to finding the women's
swimsuit that will flatter your body type.
First you need to recognize that you are your own harshest critic!
In reality, most people are not going to look at you and think you look
like a beached wale. The right bathing suit will draw their eyes away
from areas you don’t want them looking at as well as focusing
their attention on your finer points!
Knowing your own body shape can take a lot of stress out of finding
the right suit. Take a look in a full-length mirror to determine what
that shape is.
Fuller bottom than top: Try
one piece suits that slim and flatter the top while continuing
down to a skirted bottom. You may feel more confident knowing your hips
and thighs are covered. You may also want to try
boy shorts. These are stylish and would allow you to wear
them over a bathing suit or as the bottom half of a two- piece.
Full breasts: If your top half is considerably larger
than the bottom consider a swim tank to minimize large breasts. Another
way to do this is by wearing a bathing suit or two-piece that has one
color on the top and another on the bottom
Full, round figure: The one-piece bandeau suit will
slim and elongate a full figure. The chest area is exposed to balance
the body and it does not have straps giving it a little bit of sexiness!
bikinis are best for you. These suits show off your best
features, your legs and upper half, and keep the body looking asymmetrical.
Not enough curves: Try a one-piece halter wrap suit.
This piece dips low in front and ties around the neck like a halter
top. The material is wrapped around the waist area to carve out a silhouetted
figure. The bottom of the suit can also be high on the sides to round
out the legs and bottom.
Colors and Patterns
Buying a bathing suit isn’t that different from buying any other
clothing. You want to pay attention to color and patterns. If a bathing
suit has patterns it will draw the eyes to those particular areas. Dark
colors conceal, while light colors emphasize.
It's important that you feel good about fitting into your bathing suit.
Careful consideration of how you dress makes a difference in how you
feel and how you are perceived. If you are confident with your bathing
suit purchase it will show in the way you carry yourself. With a little
thought, your bathing suit purchase should transfer into a postive and
joyful experience each time you wear it.