It's that time for the dreaded bathing suit season that no woman looks forward to. Have no fear, we're here to help! 

The problem with swim suits is that one size does NOT fit all! Swimwear now caters to real women with real problems. 

Large Chests:

What to look for: Underwire is key for support also, wide and adjustable straps, sturdy lining, and cups help immensly. EMBRACE THE BIKINI! Bikini tops give all around support.

 What to avoid: Stay away from skimpy styles that lack structure such as trianlge tops.

Full Hips and Thighs

What to look for: Eye-catching details above the waist, i.e. a pop of color or a deep neckline. A skirted bottom helps hide hips and an arched leg line.  

What to avoid: Boy shorts, one pieces with side cut-outs, and bottoms with embellishments. 


For a Tummy

What to look for: Designs that skim over the middle or suits with built-in control panels that suck in that midsection. No, that does not mean you have to stay away from bikinis! Choose high-waisted bottoms that can give more coverage. 

What to avoid: Tight fitting tankinis, belt detailing, or low-rise, string bottoms. 

For a Straight Figure

What to look for: Three-dimensional details- ruffles, rings, padding. Bold prints can also make a straight body look curvaceous. Bottoms with embellishments bring attention to the hips creating a waistline.

What to avoid: Designs with straight lines, especially vertical stripes, or anything completely free of texture or accents.  


Classic Black

with a Twist

The detailing on the side creates a glam look on a classic piece.

Floral Print, Deep Neckline

Made of shapewear fabric that holds you in place with a great print. 


Creates waistline magic!

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