June 21

Finding a Good Plus Size Swimsuit

The way to getting the ideal plus size swimsuit for you is to comprehend your body with the goal to amplify your greatest assets and de-emphasize what you don’t love. Here are things to consider when you go shop for the ideal plus size swimsuit:   

Broad Shoulders Are an Asset 

When carried with confidence (and your chin up), broad shoulders make you look more statuesque. Ladies who are self-conscious about their shoulders can shift visual emphasis to their lower body by wearing pieces that have more material around the hips. Think ruffles and skirt designs that add volume to your hips.

Full Busts

Swimsuits that offer full support will give you the greatest peace of mind. Thick straps and double-lined pieces will also help prevent any wardrobe malfunction (which only gets more dangerous when you are wet!). Swimsuits that offer guidance on matching you by cup size can also help make the selection process easier.

Derriere

If you got it, you gotta flaunt it! To a degree and only flaunt as much as you really intended to. If you have a full behind, string bottoms are an accident waiting to happen. Look for pieces that will comfortably support your bum in style. If available, read customer reviews to see if they’ve experienced the unwelcome wedgy or kinds of discomfort. If you are opting for a two-piece, bottom pieces that side higher on your waist will offer you the greatest support for your butt.

Back Fat

One-piece suits with a narrow opening on the back will best conceal back fat. Choose swimsuit designs with minimal cutouts and loose bands so nothing digs into your back which will accentuate rather than mitigate the appearance of extra flesh.

Thick Thighs

Thick thighs frequently accompany a full bum. Look for swimsuit designs that offer a wider leg opening and the higher the leg opening is cut, the more comfortable it will be.

Cellulite

Cellulite is a natural occurrence on women of all shapes and sizes. The appearance of cellulite is emphasized if a swimsuit is too tight, particularly in the leg opening. Select swimsuit styles that offer a larger leg opening but comes with ruffles or a skirt to offer a little extra coverage. Alternatively, select a wrap or sarong to tie around your waist.

Scars 

If you are a proud mother who delivered a child via a caesarian, you might carry a scar on your midsection. High-waisted swim bottoms and one-piece suits do a fantastic job of concealing scars on your abdomen.

Tummy

High-waisted bottoms and one-piece suits do the best job at pulling in the tummy. Suits with bands running across the waist will provide further support.

Arms

Look for generous arm openings beneath the armpit so you can comfortably fit through. Straps that are not too tight will help avoid the appearance of your upper arms being squeezed.

Camel Toe 

Every swimsuit designer manufactures their pieces according to their own sizes. Focus on finding a suit that fits rather than sticking to your usual size. Suits that run small might require you to go up a size or two and vice versa. Unwanted effects like the camel toe will surface if you squeeze into a suit that’s way too small.

Tan Lines

How much sun exposure will you be enjoying? If you plan on spending the bulk of your time in direct sunlight, select swimsuit styles that will not leave you with strange tan lines. If you plan on sitting in the shade, however, different cuts and designs will not impact you a great deal.

Ready for that swimsuit?

Hopefully this article helped you keep some critical pointers in mind when shopping for your plus size swimsuit. Don’t forget that plus size is never a one-size-fits-all affair. Like other sizes, fit is still paramount. When you find a swimsuit that fits you beautifully, try to identify the elements of that suit that makes it a good fit. Use that as your future guideline for swimwear fit. Enjoy your time in the sun (or partial shade) and don’t forget the sunscreen!



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Posted June 21, 2018 by Arthur Torres in category "Lifestyle