Finding the Perfect Bathing Suit for Your Size

bathing-suit-swimsuit-big-busted-shapeBig Busted: If you’re big busted try going for a swimsuit that has a lot of structure in the suit and support in the chest area. My personal favourites are the push-up ones on Victorias Secret website because they have bandeau tops for those who prefer to not showcase their goods as much as triangle low cut tops for those who do.

small-chested-busted-swimsuits-bathing-suits-for-your-shapeSmall Busted: If you’re small busted try a bathing suit bottom that is high-wasited, think Taylor Swift. High-waisted bottoms are no longer considered old school, take a look at the ones above, Victorias Secret has added a sexy look to almost every bathing suit. As for a top, try a simple triangle top or a push-up like the ones stated above for the added illusion of a larger chest.

pear-shaped-bathing-suits-swim-suitsPear Shape: If you’re pear shaped go for a bathing suit that has a bottom that cuts up high, this is show off your waist. Another option is the tankini style, which will show a bit of skin between the top and bottom.

hour-glass-shaped-bathing-suits-swim-suitsHourglass Shape: If you’re hourglass shaped rock the low-wasit bottoms as there are so many options out there. As for your top, everyones options will change depending if you’re bigger or smaller chested. Refer to the options above.

apple-shape-bathing-suits-swim-suitsApple Shaped: If you’re apple shaped you are probably looking for something that covers the stomach a bit more and with that said a one piece with ruching in the middle will make your hips and waist look smaller.

diamond-shape-bathing-suits-swim-suitDiamond Shaped: If you’re diamond shaped you are looking to balance your shoulders and hips to create more of a waist. To do this, choose bathing suits that will create curves on your body. Bunching of fabric, or embellishments along the chest are great options.