Every body type looks best in a different style of swimsuit. Whether you’ve got curves or a straighter waistline, purchasing a suit that flatters your figure is a guaranteed confidence builder.
Opt for a halter-style bikini top with cups or inner support or a bra top with underwire support.
Try a tankini, especially A-line style tankinis. If you are worried about your hips/bum, boy leg shorts always look hot.
Find a top with ruffles, a bow or any textural embellishments to emphasize.
Find one that can balance your proportions and get the coverage you need for your bottom half.
Highlight your curves while providing enough support and coverage.
Keep in mind you need to be confident in whatever swimsuit you're in! Go shopping for a swimsuit that suits your shape.The article is collected from the Internet: wikiHow. If it has encroached upon your rights and interests, please contact us.
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To find your correct size, use a tape measure and take these measurements. Stand with your back straight in front of a mirror, to make sure that you measure correctly and that the tape measure is kept level.
Measure under your armpits, around your shoulder blades, and over the fullest part of your bust. Don't pull the tape measure too hard. For fitting a bra, you also need the measurement just under your bust.
Measure around your natural waistline. This is the narrow part of your waist, about an inch above your navel. Relax and breath out before you measure.
The hip should be measured around its fullest part (about 8 inch. below your waist).
This is the measurement from your ankle to your groin, when you stand with your legs straight. If possible, ask a friend to help you. This can also be measured on a pair of pants with the proper length.