Eager for a fun party? Invite mothers and daughters to model the latest swimwear at a poolside fashion show. Cutewe takes the challenge out of finding varieties to fit and flatter diverse sizes and shapes.
Perfect hourglass forms can wear most styles including tiny string bikinis. But others need to accentuate their best assets and balance any mismatched proportions to achieve the most becoming looks. So we've rounded up figure-favoring tips with corresponding plus-size, women's, and junior options to help moms and teenage girls feel confident while striking their coolest poses.
Tall Everyone wanting to appear shorter than their towering height must skip vertical lines. Horizontal color bands, however, will shrink lanky limbs into more petite illusions. Avoid high-cut legs that lengthen long statures even further. Low-rise boyshorts or normal-cut bottoms with tankinis or bikinitops can help compress tall frames. This horizontal striped bandeaukini with boyshorts will diminish plus-size women's height.
Busty This inverted triangle shape features wider shoulders and fuller bust over smaller hips. Playing down the ample torso and highlighting lower curves or legs are key. One-piece styles with plainer upper halves and fancier skirted bottoms expand hips and round out backsides. A raised neck and hip flounce help this plus-sizeone-piece swimsuit with shirred peplum draw focus away from the bust. For two-piece options, tops with wider straps transform broad shoulders to seem narrower.
Rectangular Monokinis reveal surprising curves on thick-waisted females with athletic rectangular figures. This junior black crochet monokini features side cutouts that slim down midriffs for leaner looks. One-piece options with belts, ruching that pinches in waists, and strategically placed slashes or cutouts are alternative possibilities to add contours. Trapeze-style, flared-out tankinis disguise larger mid-sections. For small breasts, extras like underwires, push-ups, or padding may be helpful. Side-tie bikinibottoms round out flat rumps nicely. See more at: http://www.Cutewe.com