Shop// Swimsuit Guide

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The Pear Shape 
For extra coverage on the thigh, look for a clean skirted bottom, 
a feminine look that offers more coverage. 
To flatter thighs, a skirted bottom should fall just below the largest part of the upper leg. 
A plunging neckline or eye-catching top draws the eye upward, minimizing the bottom. 
 
Curvy 
 
 For curvy frames, the key is to highlight your curves while providing enough support and coverage.
 If you're not keen on exaggerating your curves, steer clear of monokinis
 or string bikinis with thicker ties, which can accentuate your widest areas. 
 
Small Bust 
 
Tops or bottoms with bold prints, ruffles, and embellishments add intrigue
 and feminine flair and can create the appearance of more curves at top. 
To enhance a smaller bust, look for a pushup-style classic 
bra with molded cups and embellishments. 
Large Bust 
 
Look for bra-style tops with underwire and adjustable straps. 
Banded halter tops with thick ties offer great support without the expected underwire.
 Molded cups provide extra support and are available in many different styles. 
Explore suits marked D+, which are constructed to support a larger bust. 
Athletic 
 
Tops or bottoms with bold prints, ruffles, and embellishments
add intrigue and feminine flair and can create the appearance of more curve at top and bottom.
Monokinis create fabulous curves.
The smaller the swimsuit bottom, the fuller and curvier the derriere appears.
 Tie-side bikini bottoms enhance curves and adjust perfectly to your size. 
 
Tummy Concealing 
 
hirring is your best friend. 
The gathered fabric hides bulges and creates definition in the waist. 
A figure-flattering surplice wrap silhouette trims the waist with its crossover fabric. 

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