How To Show Your Best Features With the Right Bikini

So what if your body does not look like those models in the swimwear ads? You can still sport a sexy swimsuit and feel proud being in your own skin. Choosing the right designer swimwear is about accepting the uniqueness of your body features and highlighting the best ones. And for this, you must understand your body type before hunting for that perfect designer swimsuit.

Due to the rapid increase in the popularity of designer bikinis, you can find the market flooded with different categories of designer swimwear that are high on the compatibility factor with a whole range of different female body types. You simply need to know which one will make you look your very best. Here is an easy guide to finding the right women’s swimwear this season.

Swimwear to highlight an hourglass figure

If you are blessed with a curvaceous hourglass figure, a two-piece bikini can beautifully accentuate the roundness of your top and bottom. Designer swimwear with a halter-top coupled with a belted bikini bottom can give your figure the required effect. You can also try one-piece swimwear with high-cut thighs and a wrap around the torso.

Swimsuits for pear shaped figures

If you often fret about your heavy hips and thighs, get sexy swimwear that draws away the attention from the stomach. One piece women’s swimwear with beautiful necklines, strapless printed tops or empire waists focus the eye level towards the upper portion of your body. You can also wear a bikini bottom with dark or matte shades or wear boy-cut shorts.

Swimwear for an apple shaped figure

You can comfortably wear a swimsuit even if you are concerned with your top-heavy figure. Just make sure the designer swimwear you are buying comes with built in cups and under wire support to give you adequate support. A scoop-neck or V-neck can effectively camouflage your broad shoulders. Keep the brighter colors for the bottom piece while the top should be in relatively dark shades.

Women’s swimwear for flatter chests

It is not a problem if you have small breasts and few curves to flaunt in your swimwear. A suit with ruffles surrounding the breast line is just the thing you need to make your chest look fuller. One-piece women’s bathing suits are also available that are designed with in-built padded bras to provide extra boost and shape.

Womens’ swimwear with special ‘tummy tuck-in’ effects

Your bulging tummy should not restrict you from wearing a designer swimwear. Instead of waiting to get back in shape, try out a one-piece belted bathing suit that will keep the problem area covered. Ladies swimwear with an attractive neckline and vertical stripes should also do the trick. In case you want to opt for a two-piece suit, get a halter top to avoid exposing your tummy too much.

Swimwear for an athletic figure

If you are into sports and have developed muscles, you can soften your features by wearing a swimwear with girlie ruffles and lots of prints and embellishments. If that does not bring the desired effect, try a boy short that will provide greater coverage.

Women’s swimwear for small and tall body frames

If you don’t have a voluptuous figure, string bikinis are the best choice for you. Or, try a one-piece monokini with vibrant color prints and patterns to complement your tall and lean structure.

If you want something more generic, you can always go for designer swimwear with a halter-top, irrespective of your figure. Bottoms with strings on both sides make it easy for every woman to make the required adjustments. Whatever you opt for, use your imagination and enjoy the fun of sporting sexy women’s swimwear.


Originally published at Bikini Bikini’s.