Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Wearing sexy swimwear the right way

*This is a sponsored post.
As much as most women look forward to the summer season, some of them do not feel the same way about shopping for new swimsuits. Unless you are a model or have a model’s physique, finding the right sexy swimwear can be a tricky process that can leave any woman feeling insecure or unhappy with what they purchased.

The good news is that there is a wide variety of swimwear out there that has something for everyone. The key to picking the right swimsuit for you relies on certain factors such as body shape, personal style, and quality of the material and construction. After all, every woman has the right to look good in a swimsuit and feel good about her body at the same time.

Swimwear for Small Bust Sizes
Women who are not well-endowed in the upper half of their bodies can feel anxious about shopping for swimsuits. However, there is no reason to feel this way as there are swimsuits that fit and even enhance the figure of women with a small bust size. Some of the most flattering swimsuit styles for this body type include two-piece bikinis with well-fitting tops. For instance, halter tops, tube tops or bandeaus, and tops with skinny straps do not only look good on small bust sizes, but they are also secure and comfortable to wear.

Push-up bikini tops also work greatly with small-busted women because they are equipped with underwire for ample support. Padded bikini tops with contoured cups can also create a nice cleavage. These types of swimsuits generally add a cup size or two to a woman’s bust size, although the amount of lift that push-up bikini tops have vary.



Swimwear for the Belly-Conscious
The mid-section is one another part of the body that many women are self-conscious about. A nice one-piece swimsuit can do a great job of concealing the belly; unfortunately, the two-piece is a much more favored style among women, especially for summer fashion wear. This is not a problem, as there are other types of swimsuits that look sexy without drawing the eye to the mid-section.

These styles include the tankini – a swimsuit that gained popularity in the 1900s because of its combination of comfort and fashion. It is essentially composed of two pieces – a tank top and a bikini bottom. This style is both sexy without exposing the belly, and comes in various designs, too. The monokini is another popular swimsuit style that effectively combines sexy and modesty. Like the tankini, it is also made up of a top and bottom piece, which are attached at the front and back. The only body parts that are seen are the sides of the waist and hips, which can create the illusion of an hourglass figure.



Swimwear for Curvaceous Women
As the saying goes, “if you’ve got it, flaunt it”, so your swimwear must highlight your best features. Some women with larger bottoms are inclined to veer from bikinis with minimal coverage because they worry about exposing too much skin. However, the truth is that bikinis with more coverage do not necessarily hide the body more than small bikinis. With curvaceous women, it’s all about the right fit and design – instead of going for just a solid color or print for the whole swimsuit, you can mix the two designs together. Top heavy women should pick a swimsuit that offers excellent support in order to provide comfort and a lovely silhouette.

Whatever swimsuit you choose, always keep in mind that style, size, fit, and comfort go hand in hand in giving you confidence to go out and enjoy the summer.
SHARE:
Blogger Template Created by pipdig