Choosing a swimsuit can be very frustrating. Standing in a department store looking at rack after rack of different styles and colors can be enough to send you screaming from the store. There are a few things to look at when choosing your swimwear.
One of the easiest things to figure out is which color/colors look the best on you. It can be as simple as grabbing your best friend and having them look while you model different colored clothing to see what compliments your skin and hair color. From your deductions you can choose which colors you like the most and go with those.
A little more difficult hurdle is trying to choose the style that best fits us. In this process, we may have to give up our illusions and finally come to grips with the fact that we need to be wearing a different style than we have always chosen. For example, giving up the string bikini for a tankini or one piece swimsuit. Knowing your body type is important in this process. Do you have wide hips and narrow shoulders? Do you have a straight figure? Whatever your shape, you can find a swimsuit that fits well and compliments your body shape.
A good example for guidance is fitting the pear shaped woman. Her shoulders are narrower than her hips. The trick is balancing the look. Try a swimsuit that draws the eyes away from the hips toward the shoulders or chest. This swimsuit might have embellishment on the straps or shoulders. It might have a structured cup or a V-neck. All of these features will draw the eyes away from the hips and toward the neck.
Another example would be the straight-figured woman. She is commonly called a banana in body-shape-speak. She might opt to choose a bikini or a swimsuit that accentuates what curve she does have. A monokini with cut out sides will give the appearance of curves. A bikini with triangle top and string bottom will also give the illusion of curves.
Need help choosing your next swimsuit? We are dedicated to helping our customers! Drop us a line or give us a call at 417-293-5081. We will do our best to answer any questions that you may have.