There are many factors to consider when shopping for women swimsuit styles. From one piece swimsuits to bikinis, there are so many styles to choose from to suit all body types. Given this, here are a few tips for you to consider as you shop for your next swimsuit!
Women Swimsuit Tips for Deciding What to Wear On Your Next Vacation
1. One Piece Swimsuit
One-piece swimsuits are your best friend if you love the feel of your curves being beautifully hugged in all the right ways. It’s also ideal for women who prefer a little more coverage. Moreover, one-piece swimsuits in solid colors really help in making you look a little slimmer. However, it is best to avoid designs with horizontal stripes, as these can make you appear wider than you really are.
2. Maternity Swimsuit
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Who says pregnant women can’t have a little fun in the sun? There are many cute swimsuits for pregnant women out there! And these suits don’t simply come in one unflattering cut and style. Just be a little patient with your search and you are sure to find tankinis, two-piece swimsuits, and one-piece swimsuits that will perfectly complement and accentuate your growing baby bump.
3. Sexy Swimsuit
What makes a ‘sexy’ swimsuit can differ from person to person. Daring cuts and interesting silhouettes all work best if you have the confidence to spare. Given this, it is best to do a little trial and error in order to determine which type of swimsuit cut makes you feel your best.
4. High Neck Bikini
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High neck bikinis are great for accentuating your shoulders. Doing this can really benefit shorter torsos because of how it draws attention away from a short midriff. For maximum effect, consider pairing a high neck bikini top with low-rise bottoms.
5. Tiny Bikini
If you’re going for a tan, a tiny bikini is a great choice for you. The less surface area you have covered, the more you avoid awkward tan lines. However, it is important to pay attention to how well these tiny bikinis can provide the chest support and coverage you need. Often, these bikinis can be tricky for women with larger busts and bottoms.
6. High Waisted Swimsuit
If you’re still working to get that toned tummy or simply like a little more coverage for bikini season, a high waisted swimsuit can help you keep everything tucked in. This style is also great for giving you a bit of a sexy silhouette if you’re a little more on the narrow side.
7. Sling Bikini
The deep neckline that often comes with sling bikinis is great for those who want to draw attention away from their stomach. This cut is particularly great for people who want to show a little more skin while also keeping certain problem areas covered.
8. Vintage Swimsuit
Get a classy and unique look with a nice vintage swimsuit. Often, these suits come in interesting cuts and designs. Moreover, vintage styles for women usually centers on accentuating curves and shaping the chest. Because of this, vintage swimsuits are a great option for photo shoots or simply looking your best on the beach. Unfortunately, no–a mermaid tail doesn’t count as a vintage swimsuit!
9. Triangle Swimsuit
Triangle swimsuits can make your body appear more angular. Additionally, this style really draws attention to your the shoulders and hips. It’s a great option for athletic body types who want to show off their toned muscles.
10. Underwire Swimsuit
If you have a large chest, an underwire swimsuit will be your best friend. The reinforced cups can help provide the support you need, letting you strut your stuff with confidence.
11. Crochet Swimsuit
There are also options out there if you don’t plan on taking a dip. Crochet swimsuits are beautiful and make great poolside photo OOTDs. However, make sure you wear enough sunscreen in order to prevent strange tan lines from developing.
12. Push Up Swimsuit
Small-chested girls can get a little help from swimsuits that give a little push. Furthermore, push up swimsuits can really help you appear more tight and toned. This is definitely a good suit to have when you feel you need an extra lift.
13. Skirted Swimsuit
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You can opt to wear a swimsuit with a skirted bottom if you like the flirty feel or want a little extra coverage. Additionally, you can look for ruffles that maximize the booty, or prints and colors that will slim your silhouette.
14. High Cut Swimsuit
High cut swimsuits are for the daring who want to show a little more skin and a little more cheek. Like the sling bikini, high cut swimsuits allow you to look and feel sexy while also selectively covering other areas you want to keep covered.
15. Long Torso Swimsuit
Long torso swimsuits really complement the bodies of taller women. Moreover, these can really help you appear more symmetrical and proportioned if you are on the longer and lankier side of the spectrum. There truly is a swimsuit style out there for every body type!
Figuring Out Your Body Type For Your Swimsuit
All body types have specific swimsuits that work best with them. Just because a swimsuit is cute doesn’t make it the best suit for you. You need to take fit and comfort into consideration, too. Often, women find themselves gravitating towards swimsuits that aren’t a good fit for them. Look and feel your best on the beach or by the pool by taking the time to find the suit that fits you best!
Learn more about the history of swimsuits by watching this video by BuzzFeed!
Women’s swimsuit shopping can be tedious and challenging. However, you shouldn’t give up on looking for your perfect summer suit because there are so many styles out there. With enough patience, you can definitely find the perfect swimsuit for your specific personality and body type.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on March 22, 2108, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.