6 SWIMWEAR CONCERNS SORTED


Swimsuit season is here and if you’re not quite ready for it, this guide might inspire you!


Swimwear shopping can be challenging and we’ve all been the victim of unforgiving fitting room lights. If you understand your shape you’ll feel so much more confident – not only in the changing room, but also at the poolside. Today we look at some solutions to your swimsuit concerns.









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I HAVE A SMALL BUST
If you have a small chest, look for styles with embellishments, bows, patterns or ruffles. This will give the illusion of a larger bust. You can also opt for padded or push-up bikini tops to give you a little extra cleavage. 



I HAVE A BIG BUST
Your bikini bestie is any top with an underwire for support. Look for tops with straps that are wide and adjustable – halter neck tops are great, as you can adjust them easily. You might want to avoid string bikinis as they won’t offer enough support when you take a dip… you don’t want the girls to fall out! 



I HAVE BROAD SHOULDERS
An asymmetrical neckline will really flatter your form, but it’s best to steer clear of halter necks. A solid coloured one-piece with printed panels on the side is also great for accentuating your silhouette and giving the illusion of an hourglass figure. 










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WHAT IF I HAVE A FLAT BOTTOM?
Bring out the prints! Loud, bold prints are great for accentuating your posterior. You can also give your bottom a boost with a pair of ruched or ruffled bikini bottoms. If you’re a lover of a full costume then you should look for one that is high cut to expose some cheek or with side ties. Side ties allow you to control how much of the area you want to expose.



AND A BIG BOTTOM?
High-waisted bikini bottoms will give you coverage and support, while high-cut swimwear will make your legs look longer – bonus! A one-piece with a v-neck is also great because it draws the attention away from the area. 



I’D LIKE TO COVER MY TUMMY
You’ll love a ruched one-piece! The gathered material will disguise the less toned parts but still allow you to highlight your gorgeous curves. A printed one-piece will also work for you, because a bold print is the ultimate camouflage. Draping or tiered ruffles across the front is glamorous and sexy and hides belly bulge flawlessly. Contrasting side panels in a one-piece creates the illusion of an hourglass shape. The most flattering are with mesh panels or if they are in a solid colour with the rest of the swimsuit in a print. You could also wear a two piece bikini. Choose a peplum style tankini top. The flare of the peplum hangs over your waistline, creating a more seamless look.

HOW TO SHOP FOR A SWIMSUIT
1. Try the swimsuits on over your panties, it’s more hygienic.

2. Check the clothing limit and take as many swimsuits into the fitting room as possible. This will save you so much time!

3. Sit down and see if the swimsuit cuts into you or is uncomfortable in any way. You definitely don’t want to only discover this when you’re sitting next to the pool.

4. If you can’t make up your mind, take pictures to compare later. A good, figure-flattering swimsuit is an investment and there’s no need to rush into it.

HOW TO WASH YOUR SWIMSUIT
It might be tempting to put it in the washing machine, but your swimsuit should be handwashed with a mild soap for delicate fabrics. Once you’ve washed it, gently squeeze out the water and hang it in a dry area – never in direct sunlight. For more tips, check out our article about how to make your clothes last longer.



6 SWIMWEAR CONCERNS SORTED 6 SWIMWEAR CONCERNS SORTED Reviewed by Jet Club on October 22, 2019 Rating: 5

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