The Perfect Swimsuit for Your Body Type
If you think that shopping for swimwear is f*cking scary, then, honey, do I FEEL YOU! I've learned over the past couple of years which style flatters my body the best and I stick to it: a high-cut one-pice never does me wrong! I say, flaunt what you've got and conceal what you don't, boo! Use my guide to find the perfect swimsuit for your body type.
The key to accentuating your curves is to create an optical illusion with a one-piece swimsuit. Look for cut-outs, patterns and cinching that add definition around your waist.
To make sure your tatas are the center of attention, you'll want to find a suit that either pushes you sky high or plunges down low. A top with a tie in the front does the trick by lifting the girls as you tighten the drawstring. If you're more of a one-piece girl like me, just remember: the deeper the plunge, the better!
Whether you've got big knockers or just need to keep them in place while you're bouncing around in the water, it's all about your bikini top. Opt for a high-cut halter to fully conceal—or choose any neoprene option, which is a sturdier material than your typical Lycra-polyester combo.
For my hunnies who have been getting their planks on in the gym, don't be afraid to show off your hard work. Find a suit that draws attention to your abs with cut-outs and straps.
Whether we're talking denim, skirts or swimwear, high-waisted bottoms will always help your tummy look more flat. The trick with swimsuits is to find bottoms (or a one-piece!) that have a high waist AND extra layers around the belly area. Look for fabric that is ruched or overlapping like these adorable options!
I'm all for getting bootylicious at the beach! Cheeky bottoms that are cinched in the back are super flattering for your ass. For my one-piece fans, I love a high-cut suit that does double duty by making your legs look super long and lean, too.
If you're looking for a full-coverage bottom, you want to make sure that it's still flattering because nobody likes a flat ass, honey! Bottoms with a scalloped edge or that have ties on the sides will give you a little dimension while still maintaining that full coverage.