How to choose the right swimsuit for you body type



This shape is seemingly the perfect body shape, so you can get away with most swimwear styles. Try something with a plunging neckline or extra pattern on the top half. Don’t be afraid to explore colors and patterns, in the right style they can be just as flattering as darker shades. Curvy shapes are characterised by having a bust equal close in measurement to the hips, often with a small, defined waist. If you’re not keen on exaggerating curves opt out of string bikinis. If you are looking to flatter your curves, look out for cross over styles or gathered features as they will both accentuate the waistline. Also a swimsuit with a short skirt attached will flatter the lower half of your physique.


Busty chicks can have a hard time finding something cute and supportive up, If you’re top heavy, go for a halter style neckline or underwired bust for extra support. Don’t be afraid of bold colors to show off your balanced curves.  Swimwear with underwire offer structure and support so you aren’t worrying about anything.A balconette style with moulded cups will also offer you the best support and shape.

Athletic may have no waist, slim hips and strong, broad shoulders. Your body shape lacks the curves of a defined waist, so create some by wearing a one-piece suit with a high thigh cut. Women with an athletic body type should focus on feminine cuts and details. Soften your chest area with cups, padding, gathering, or a girlie print. A belted waistline swimsuit will give you the appearance of a nipped in waist, while a curvy seam each side of the body will also help add balance. 


When you’re small-chested, finding the right balance between your tinier top and slightly larger hips is key. Look for features like frills, ruffles, embellishments and ruching as they will add some volume. The padded push-up bra top gives a flattering boost while the ruffled skirt helps hide your hips. Busy prints will help make the bust appear wider and fuller than it actually is.



We are all about confidence and feeling comfortable in swimwear, so if for you that’s finding a way to help flatter and disguise any tummy trouble,there are plenty of one and two-piece options to help smooth out your middle. There is no reason to ditch the bikini, try a high waist pant for coverage or a roll top band for soft edges look, also looks for swimsuits with power-mesh for a slimming effect. Most women fret about their tummy, so if you want to cover up your belly then a full swimsuit or a swimsuit with a high waistline is an ideal way to create a flattering,beach look.