Beach Body Bikinis
Finding a bathing suit that flatters your body type doesn’t need to be an anxiety-producing situation. Most women try on dozens of swimsuits before choosing one that works for them. The key to finding the right fit is figuring out your body type (by understanding both your assets and your trouble spots), and knowing which bathing suit design is best suited to fit your needs.
 
For troublesome tummies, try a TANKINI. They cover the part of your body that makes you feel self-conscious, while still giving you the overall look and feeling of a two-piece swimsuit. Nowadays, tankinis (and even the more revealing monokini) are both chic and flattering at the same time. Featured here is the Luxe by Lisa Vogel Peekaboo Tankini Top and Swimsuit Bottom. This glam tankini channels old Hollywood style with clean lines and a luxurious brooch detail, and will disguise any trouble spots while giving off a sexy eclectic vibe.
 
If you have an athletic physique or narrow hips, and want to add some curve appeal, throw on a BANDEAU TOP & BOY SHORT. These create the illusion of more curves, adding heightened sex appeal to your sporty style. Featured here is the Hurley One and Only Solid Bandeau Bikini Top and Boy Short, which includes removable soft cups and a tie back. 
 
For the women out there with smaller busts, try a STRING BIKINI. This super sexy look highlights the curves you have in a fantastic way. Featured here is the Hurley One and Only Triangle Bikini, with double string ties and removable soft cups, which make for a solid update to a classic string bikini style. 
 
On the other end of the spectrum are the busty gals. If you’re seeking extra support for “the girls”, but still want to show off your curves, opt for a WIDE STRAP HALTER TOP BIKINIFeatured here is the Reef Swimwear ‘Drama in the Jungle’ Halter Bikini. The vibrant animal print is accentuated with wooden ring detailing along the adjustable neckline.
 
 
 
 

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