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Ladies can shop swimwear by body type
with ease and online convenience from Swimsuits For All. Whether ladies are slender or curvaceous, and whether resembling an hourglass, a triangle, an oval or a square, there is no need to fret with futility. There is a flattering bathing suit for everyone, and plenty of advice to steer ladies in the most promising direction for the most beautiful results.Shop Plus Size Swimwear by Body Type from SwimsuitsForAll
For ladies with a curvaceous shape (comparatively wide in the shoulders and hips but narrower in the waist), this is known as the hourglass figure, complete with a built back-end and thighs and legs that narrow as they descend toward the calf. Swimsuits that accentuate the waist and keep the eyes of onlookers busy are a good bet, particularly those suits which draw attention to the waist.
The most flattering suits for ladies of the hourglass type tend to have v-necks, halter tops, busy prints and details that do their part to highlight curves and accentuate the waist and thighs. Fortunately, most any bathing suit style works well for the hourglass figure.
The oval figure applies to those ladies who are full-busted and also have a full waist and upper back, and a pronounced belly, but they generally tend to have a flatter backside and more slender arms and legs. Bathing suits that provide a look of balance to the body shape are ideal (particularly suits that elongate the figure like single-piece suits with cut-out waists that trick the eye).
Those with an under-wire bra built in are a good option, as well as those with skirted bottoms for volume balance. Surplices will lend a more balanced overall look, and blousons are a great way to downplay the mid-section while accentuating those attributes that deserve to be noticed.
For ladies who are a bit “bottom-heavy” with a pronounced backside, hips and thighs, narrower shoulders and a smaller bust size (this is known as a triangular figure), a promising option is to opt for two separate pieces of two different colors with the top piece being a pastel and the bottom piece being a good bit darker, such as black.
Look for suits that have a large print on top, and possibly an embellished bust area or a gathering feature to add the illusion of bulk on top, and to draw the eye upward toward the shoulders and face. Swim dresses with empire waistlines and princess seams are a good choice for slimming fuller thighs, as are skirts.
Inverted Triangle Figures
The reverse of the above, the inverted triangle applies to ladies with broad shoulders, a bodacious bust, a full back and waist, but they slim down in the hips and backside, and tend also to have slim arms and legs. A wise option is to aim at elongating the figure, and making the legs look longer.
Swimsuits with a built-in bust support and a skirted bottom are a balancing and flattering choice. Consider camouflaging blousons and other creative ways to downplay the midsection and accentuate the lower section.
The square figure describes those ladies who might consider their shape to be on the “boyish” side with a small bust, waist and hips. Creating curves is the most beneficial move for such figures. This might be achieved with halter top swimwear, twists or wraps, whatever will add a bit of volume. Look for shirring at the bust and volume-bolstering details such as ruffles. Skirts are an excellent choice for the bottom and will provide a flattering look of femininity.
If ladies will keep these points in mind when they shop swimwear by body type
, they are certain to be pleased with the results. They will turn heads toward all the right places regardless of their body type. Thusly, their selection will manifest its value.