January 09, 2019 2 min read
If you’re tired of feeling like a fish out of water because you can never find the right swimsuit for your body type and skin tone, keep reading. Here’s a quick guide to help you find the perfect swimsuit that accentuates your assets and averts attention from less attractive areas.
A rule of thumb to go by in choosing the best color for your skin tone is contrast: light colors for darker skin tones and darker shades for lighter skin tones. In terms of design, the first step to finding the right swimsuit for you is to know your body type. Every woman has unique curves in different areas of our bodies that make us feel confident and strong about who we are. Here a few categories that you may be able to identify with in order to find the swimsuit that best suits you.
Small busted women have nothing to fear. A smaller bust needs very little support, so styles with less coverage are ideal and styles with too much fabric are a no-no. A padded or push-up top can give you curves, cleavage and add volumes to your upper body. Tops with ruffles, bows or patterns can also help to create the look of a larger bust. Bandeau tops also enhance your dainty figure. One good tip for this body type is to always look for tops with adjustable straps to tighten the top line.
Budding, beautiful, full busted women are to be envied when they find the right fit. Support is essential for you, so try to go for thick strapped tops with underwire that are both comfortable and supportive and stay away from padded, thin strapped and strapless tops. Molded cups are also a big plus for support. Halter or V-shaped necklines with moderate coverage are all you need to give you that sexy, sassy look. Swimsuits that are banded in the midriff area and tied around the neck and back are a great look for you.
You have a figure to die for so wear swimsuits that show a little skin in all the right areas and flaunt it! Choosing bright colors and patterns in areas that you want highlighted and dark colors in sections you want minimized is the way to go. It’s best to avoid solid colors and bikinis. One-piece swimsuits with lace inserts and deep V-necklines are ideal styles for you. Patterns that extend from the bust to the hips help to create the appeal of a lengthier and leaner torso.
This list is by no means exhaustive, but you may best identify with one category than any other. At the end of the day, you need to be confident in the skin you’re in and by extension, the swimsuit you’re in. Never let anyone make you feel like you are too round or too thin to show up at a pool or beach party. You have every right to be you – strong, confident and beautiful. Step right out and be bold in that swimsuit you’re in.
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