No matter what season it is, it is always fun to shop around for swimwear. Just the thought of going on a holiday and relaxing on the beach is enough to make you feel less stressed out and excited.
Revel Rey shares some tips on how to choose the right type of swimwear for your body type. Flaunt those assets and look super fierce while donning your favorite piece!
For the Curvy Girls
Ruched swimsuits or those with lots of pleats and ruffles would look best for the curvy and fiercely real girls. This helps camouflage tummy fat while bringing out your best assets such as your hips and butt.
You should also go for color-blocked patterns to create an illusion of a slimmer figure. Remember, dark colors can hide whatever you want to hide, while bolder colors can accentuate your assets.
For Smaller-Breasted Girls
You can basically wear anything you want, especially if you are not looking to make your breasts seem bigger.
If you do want to make it bigger though, then go for ruched tops and enhance those by placing molded cups in it. This will bring your breasts together and make them look bigger than what they really are.
For Bigger-Breasted Girls
Supporting your “twins” should definitely be your number one concern when looking for a swimsuit. Look for something with a nice and sturdy underwire. You can also opt for halter tops with thicker straps to make sure that your breasts are properly supported.
Avoid donning tube and strapless tops to prevent your suit from sliding down or having a wardrobe malfunction.
For Girls with a Long Torso
If you have a long torso, but you have short legs, then you should go for high-waisted bottoms. This will give an illusion of a longer pair of legs while making your torso appear shorter than what they are.
For Girls with a Shorter Torso
Look for a one-shouldered neckline to elongate your frame. Alternatively, you can also look for a swimsuit with a high neckline to make it seem like you have a longer torso.
If you want to show more skin, then you should go ahead and opt for a strapless style of swimsuit — it does not really matter if it is a one-piece or a two-piece, as long as it is strapless.
Remember that confidence is the only key to being comfortable with your own style and body type. Wear what you want and never be ashamed. Go with the swimsuit that your heart tells you to buy!