For a lot of people, summer means swimming. And when you’re heading to the beach, there are two things you need: sunscreen and swimwear. For some people, swimwear is an easy choice—but for others, it can be more complicated. Here we discuss 3 different styles and why they could be just what you need.
One-piece swimsuits are perfect for women with a pear-shaped figure, large bust, or small waist. Women with small breasts who have a large bottom and thighs can also find one-pieces that flatter their shape.
One-pieces are great for women who want to avoid the hassle of changing at the beach or poolside. If you're going on vacation, it's easy to throw on a one piece and be ready to go in an instant!
We offer 5 different styles of swimsuit, from the full coverage of the Support Top swimsuit to the more daring Thong Swimsuit, whatever your shape we have something for everyone - see our swimsuit options here
A bikini is a two-piece swimsuit with a bra top and a separate bottom. Bikinis are popular with many women, especially those who have smaller frames or who want to accentuate certain parts of their bodies. Bikini tops can be strapless like our bandeau bikini top or more traditional like you see below. The bottoms can be high-waisted or thongs, tie-side tangas or micro briefs. The important thing is to wear what you feel most comfortable in.
The high-waist are great if you want to have a slimmer profile whereas the tanga is perfect to accentuate a tiny waist.
Our extensive range of bikinis can be found here
A tankini is a swimsuit that combines the best of both worlds—a bikini and one-piece. The tankini’s built-in bra works just like our bikinis, but provides coverage down to the waist if you don't want to show off too much.
This makes it a great option for women with large busts who want to cover their tummy, but don’t want to sacrifice their sexy look.
Pair with some bikini briefs for an awesome beach look! See for yourself here
The most important thing to remember when choosing a swimsuit is that it should be comfortable. If you’re not comfortable, then the suit isn’t right for you! A good rule of thumb is to choose something that fits snugly but doesn't squeeze too tightly (think about how tight your jeans feel when they're brand new).