Just in time for swimsuit season, we sorted through hundreds of swimwear options to find suits meant to flatter women with different body types: those with large chests, those with a tummy they'd prefer to camouflage, those with full hips and thighs, and those with straighter shapes. Less-endowed ladies, consider yourselves lucky! You can pretty much wear any style, regardless of how supportive.
To end stressful and frustrating swimsuit shopping this year, we rounded up a list of stylish and flattering picks that are perfect for you. From curvier frames to athletic body types, we're helping to make sense of the endless swimwear options and narrowing them down to the choices that were made to fit and flatter your frame. Want to know what you should be looking for?
Now, we are well aware that swimsuits are not a one-style-fits-all sort of arrangement, and as we present the five new swimsuit trends we're most excited for this season, we tried to keep that in mind. Swimsuits are very personal—what looks good on you might not feel great on someone else, and no one except for you can decipher that. So instead of categorizing what you should buy according to your body by "shape" whatever that meanswe decided to break down the five new swimsuit trends ahead according to the part of your body you love the most.
Choose swimwear according to your body shape Every year, the first rays of sun make us feverishly looking for the perfect swimwear before holidays start. The challenge is to find the swimsuit that would flatter and enhance your best body parts and camouflage little imperfections. The variety of choice, styles, cuts, patterns, embellishment
Perhaps you heard the joke about getting the ideal beach body? You put on a bathing suit and go to the beach! In other words, every body is a beach body, but there are still some swim suits that are better for your shape than others.
Confidence is the new sexy after all. If you are donning this body type, chances are you want to conceal that extra something around the lower waist area. Just because you're apple in shape doesn't mean you have to go for the Granny Smith look.
Pear-shape, hourglass, inverted trapezoid -- we can't even keep track of the ways people are categorizing womens' bodies anymore. When you're at the mall, do you ever say, "Ugh I can't wear this top because I'm apple-shaped"? While the outdated body categories frustrate us on a regular basis, they become even more annoying when swimsuit shopping -- a task that is difficult enough without us having to figure out if we're banana-shaped or not.
TODAY does have affiliate relationships with various online retailers. So, while every product is independently selected, if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the revenue. Summer is finally here, which can only mean one thing: It's high time to book thattrip to the beach!
Hitting the beach or pool is all about relaxing and having fun, so the last thing you should worry about is feeling self-conscious in a bathing suit. The slimming swimsuit picks ahead are from brands that have done well in our tests along with styles that have unique features and rave reviews from consumers. They also liked the built-in underwire and thought it had a nice lift to it.
The best waterside accessory—other than a daiquiri and your favorite sunscreen—is confidence, so show off your assets in a suit that flatters your hard-earned shape. From high-waisted bottoms that create definition to thick waistbands that keep your tummy tucked, these trendy styles will guarantee you have a cute bikini butt, whatever your body type. Between kettlebell sessions and training for that 10K, you've worked hard at the gym. And now's the time to show off the results.