The biggest mistake women make when buying swimwear – and the best cut for each size

With warm days and the ocean calling our name, women across Australia are preparing for the summer and everything that comes with it – a new swimsuit.

But as the country waits excitedly for some of the much-needed seasonal sun, many people are less interested in the prospect of finding a fit and flattering bikini.

Genelle Walkom, creative director of Sydney-based swimwear giant Seafolly, said there is a simple reason why women continue to struggle with cheap high waisted swimsuits shopping.
In an interview with Whimn, Ms. Walkom revealed that the difficulties are due to the fact that women do not know their bodies.
Ms. Walkom revealed that the key to finding the ideal shape and texture is to “keep an open mind and explore new contours and design features” that may be a miracle for your unique body.

Designers caution not to buy the latest trends just for fashion, as they may not add to the problem areas of the hips, stomach, chest or leather.

She said: “You want a style that can support your troubled area to ensure you are confident, sexy and relaxed.”
In November 2017, Australian swimwear influencers Tash Oakley and Devin Brugman shared their expert advice on selecting the most flattering items for your body size when speaking for FEMAIL.

According to the girls, the most flattering bikini is the “Classic Tie Triangle Bikini”, which is popular for its versatility in any shape.

For women looking for larger breasts and smaller women behind, social media stars recommend wide shoulder straps and adjustable pants.
The best swimwear for all kinds of body
Pear Shape – To keep the focus away from the hips or thighs, choose a brightly colored bikini top with a pure black bottom. This creates a perfect proportion of the illusion of the body when the eye is automatically attracted to the brighter part.

Small chest – a swimsuit with ruffles, wrinkles or wrinkles makes the chest area look bigger, and the same one-piece swimsuit with horizontal stripes. Some bikinis have built-in push-ups to enhance the cleavage.

Sports Styling – The best type of sporty, straight or rectangular sports swimwear is monokini, a single piece of two incisions for the waist and hips. The details create lines on the body that make it look more curved.

Heavy mid-section – Women who want to distract their stomach should choose a single-line bikini or vest. If they want, the sunbather can roll up the top part to show some skin.

Hourglass shape – Curvier women who prefer a two-piece style should use a vintage retro-style bikini to highlight the hourglass shape. High waist swimsuits provide coverage and support. The deep V-neck piece is also very flattering, simplifying the silhouette.
Anyone who cares about showing their abdomen should choose a single piece with a structured V-neck and high legs.

‘V-neck and slightly higher leg cuts help to increase the length of the torso and legs, making all mid-section wounds more sweet.

They said, “The high waist bottom, medium coverage and contoured side panels will shape your contours and tighten the waist.”
Active international physical movements have led to a surge in demand for fascinating swimming styles.

The US-based brand Summersalt recently listened to this request for a one-shoulder asymmetric single-piece price of $95 ($131). The site quickly snapped up a series of five-star ratings online almost overnight after launch in August.

On the basis of Sidestroke, the coveted design has a waiting list of more than 7,250 people before restocking.

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