has aspects of their body they like less than others--even supermodels. The key
here is balance and knowing how to fool the eye. Higher cut bottoms elongate
legs. Ruffled tops add volume to small busts. We've got some great options
below for each body type.
Pear Shape Look for suits with high-cut bottoms. You don't want to be cut off
at your widest point. A top with a deep V will attract attention to your sexy
upper body. Tall and Thin Toss out
athletic-style tank suits and opt for frills and romantic detailing to give the
illusion of a shapelier figure. Apple Shape Ruching is your best friend. A suit with side
details like a tuxedo stripe or sequins will also make tummy bulges less
apparent. Big Bust Shop for bathing
suits as you would for a bra. Look for underwire or a thick-banded bikini. A
supportive fit is a key. Small
Bust Say "no" to bandeau tops. Try a ring-top halter
or a triangle cut with ruffle trim to add volume to your chest area. Full Figure Avoid anything with strings--it won't have
much support. Pick your best feature and accent it. If it's your décolletage,
an embellished plunging V-neck will draw the attention upward.
Just as the first paragraph write,
everyone has aspects of their body
they like less than others, the key here is balance and knowing how to fool the
eye. So a fit swimsuit plays an important role on the beach.