Thursday, March 31, 2011

Best Swimsuit for Your Body Type

Summer is here. Time to show off a little bit skin this season. The beach is definitely every summer's ultimate getaway. And a stylish swimwear is a wardrobe must. But doesn't mean that you must look perfect to wear some little fabric on. Don't hide under your tunic. After all, everyone has their own flaws. It is once said, "No one is looking at your imperfections, they're all too busy worrying about their own." What matter is that you have to love your body.

Sometimes it's difficult to find swimwear that fits your body type right. So here's some guide to find the best swimsuit that will flatter every shape and size:

If you're a pear-shaped or have a Small bust...

* Look for tops with touch of padding or a push- up bra to give your breasts a maximum support.
* Try to find a top with adjustable straps at shoulders and around back so that you can tighten and adjust things, to help fill out the top line.
* Avoid tops with too much fabric or have a poor fit. Opt for separates, where you can choose your top and bottom separately.
* Since most pear shapes have a slightly larger bottom than top, buy your bikini bottom one size larger than  your top.
If you're a rectangle shape or have a Large bust...

* Buy a supportive top with full coverage
* Halter-top bikinis can be a good choice by offering support, while providing some sexy cleavage too.
* Look for one-piece swimsuits with some structure in the bust.
* Avoid strapless bandeau tops and those tiny, tri-tops that offer minimal coverage.
If you're a boy-shaped or have a Long body shape...

* Choose a high-waisted bikini bottom.
* You can go wild with the embellishments at the hips and bust line. Rings, jewels, ties and bows are all good things for you.
* Avoid up and down stripes, high necklines and dark, solid colors.
If you're hour-glass shape or Curvy...

* If you have an hourglass shape, your waist is typically much smaller than your bust or hips.
* Pick a suit that will accentuate your waist and flatter your other assets.
* Choose a bandeau top or with an underwire.
If you're Petite (just like me) or Short legs...
* Opt for a string bikini that ties on the hips.
* Halter tops are best for those with a smaller breast size, as they will push up and support your chest
* Buy a bottom with a floral print or one with ruffles.
* Wear a solid bottom bikini with a printed top. This will draw the eye upward and give you a longer look.
* Avoid boy shorts and skirted bikinis as they draw the eye downward and can make you look shorter.

For a Plus size or have a Big Tummy...

* Look for one-piece swimsuits with cut-out, or with a deep V neckline which can change your visual image
*  Lengthen your thigh with an adjustable ruching detail at the hip.
*  Look for a one-piece with some draping around the waist or hips which can also help to conceal.
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