This summer is all about chilling on the beach and vacationing! Before you hit the beach, choose the right swimwear to enhance your best features. I’ve learned, through my own experience, about how important it is to feel comfortable and secure in what you are wearing to the beach. Today, I am sharing some tips on what’s the right swimsuit for your body type.
Women with large busts expressed some concerns about finding pieces that can support their chest. My suggestion was to consider mixing your pieces. This gives you a variety of ways to diversify your swimsuit looks for the summer. The best part you could buy one dark bottom and dress it up with different tops! Focus on pieces that have a full-underwire cup and straps that will help you in your look for the right swimsuit!
Take a peek at what I picked for your body shape.
A pear shape can work with two-piece swimsuits, strapless swimsuits, and prints. Choosing a piece that falls on your hip or below your hip will help cover them if that is your concern. If that isn’t what you want, look for something with a print or center cut out to create a curvier shape. If you choose to go with a bikini and want to add more volume to your bust, go for a one with a push-up feature.
See what strapless swimsuits I chose.
Focus on pieces that suit your skin color have a flattering and small pattern on it and accentuate your shoulders. Using pieces with small print balances your shape by distracting the eye all over your body. Swimsuits that accentuate your shoulder create the illusion of a shapelier figure. Ruffles, bows, and loud prints on your bottoms will add width to your hips.
Ruffle your swimsuit feathers with these ideas.
You want to focus on two pieces and pieces that have a plunging neckline. Two pieces create a curvier shape, and a plunging neckline draws the eye to your bust and hips creating more form for your figure.
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