Women’s Swimsuits: Styles For Everyone
Ellisha Rader Mannering
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It’s swimsuit season and while some people look forward to buying a bikini every year, others dread it.
If you don’t like to show off your body, but want to tan or enjoy the pool or beach, you may feel like a swimsuit is a necessity. Regardless of your body shape, swimsuit shopping shouldn’t be a horrible experience.
There are plenty of new swimsuit styles that are made for all body types and will look flattering on everyone. Whether you want a string bikini, a one piece or a tankini, you can find something that will make you feel confident and allow you to have fun in the sun this summer.
Swimsuit designers have finally learned that less doesn’t always mean more when it comes to swimwear. Although one-piece suits were once considered boring, they are making a comeback with plenty of cute styles and designs that will not only cover the body, but make a statement as well.
— Betsey Johnson (@xoBetseyJohnson) June 7, 2014
— Simplybotanical (SB) (@simplybotansoap) June 2, 2014
— PLUS Model Magazine (@Plusmodelmag) June 4, 2014
Of course, some ladies don’t mind showing some skin and flaunting their summer bods. If that’s the case for you, you may enjoy a two-piece bikini. There are numerous designs and color options, but this summer, geometric prints and neon colors are in style. Check out some of these options.
— Dolce & Gabbana (@dolcegabbana) June 7, 2014
Lovely bikini! pic.twitter.com/Cx0j0sbRlI
— Elegant Clothes ღ (@ElegantClothes) June 7, 2014
— Victoria's Secret (@VictoriasSecret) June 6, 2014
If you are torn between a one-piece and a two-piece, a tankini may be a good option for you. They are available in different lengths, colors and styles and show just the right amount of skin, without making you feel like you are baring it all.
— Dressed-2-Impress (@D_2Impress) June 6, 2014
— Swimwear365 (@Swimwear365) June 5, 2014
— Fashion Grow (@fashiongrow) June 3, 2014
What is your favorite swimsuit style?
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