Ultimate swimwear guide for all body types

Dear beautiful,

Your body is stunning no matter what. Those curves are perfect just like that smile. You are mesmerizing and nothing can change that. Pear-shape, hourglass, inverted trapezoid why do you want to give yourself names? Trust me you all are beautiful with your seamless curves and unflawed bodies. So what if your chest is too small/big? And so what if your torso is too short/long. Why do your eyes tear when size 8 doesn’t fit? So what? Why do you think designers design clothes in all sizes and shapes? Every piece of clothing is weaved to make you feel comfortable with your own body,so why push yourself into something that’s not you. You are beautiful the way you are.


While the body categories frustrate us on a regular basis, they become even more bothersome when it comes to choosing a swim wear. And To help everyone out, we decided to come up with an ultimate guide to swimsuit shopping for real women.

Small chest: The best thing with a smaller chest is to go for a top with embellishments or ruffles will take your mind off your body and leave you confident and enduring. Alternatively, a suit with padding can help to give you a little something’ something’ extra.



Full chest:

For the beauties with a bigger chest, string bikinis are not your friend, nor are tight bathing suit tops. Cup sizes and underwire will offer you the support you need so your breasts won’t be all over the place. Also look for thicker bathing suit straps and double-stitched bands for the most flattering results.


Broad Shoulders: so broad shoulders have both pros and cons and before you pick a suit opt for a solid colored suit with printed panels along the side. This will leave you bold and beautiful with an extravagant twist. You can also choose asymmetrical neckline which will flow over your shoulders.


Flat and bigger backs: This is another time when frills come in handy. Opt for bottoms in bright colors and loud prints to showcase your body.

If you’ve got big cheeks you’ll need a suit with enough fabric in that area so you’re not constantly tugging for more coverage. So beyond avoiding Brazilian and other skimpy cut swimsuits, you should look for designs with solid bottoms and printed tops to help you balance your body.

Athletic Body: The goal here is to show more curves, which is easily done with a top with cups, padding and gathering, and by picking girlie prints and bright colors. Don’t go for straight-across suits which will only enhance your athletic figure.


Back Fat: If you are uncomfortable with your back fat then thin straps that will dig into your skin is not your option. So reach for designs with thicker straps and high backs to smooth your body.


Full Thighs: To try and flatter a fuller thigh, opt for bottoms with a little bit more coverage. Bottoms with a skirt can help to conceal part of your upper leg and leave you beautiful as you are.


 Tummy Pouch: Hiding a tummy is actually much easier than most people think. A full-piece with ruffles can also help to conceal your stomach. Choose any piece with a plunging neckline that will help to keep the focus upwards and not on your mid-section.

Big Hips:   Look for swim dresses with longer hemlines and ruffled bottoms but that still packs plenty of sass.The long-sleeved tops aren’t just for serious surfers anymore and they also come in a variety of fun, eye-catching prints.

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    Nice post thanks for sharing.

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