Mar 7, 2011

Bikini Styles and Colours

Guest post:
It is getting close to the time to get your swimsuit out of your drawer, but for some, this can be scary. Some may have gained unwanted weight over the winter, but do not be discouraged. With the various styles and colors of bikinis available, you are certain to find the right one for you.

General fashion rules also apply for swimsuits. If you would like to highlight your attributes, it is best to use light colors, whereas if you want to appear thinner in an area, it is better to use muted tones. A dark suit will give your body a slimmer appearance; you can do better with colors. If you want to give your hips a slimmer look, pair a dark colored bottom with a light colored top. This will draw unwanted attention away from your bottom to your bust.

If you are looking at bikinis in prints, it is important to not the color and size of the print, as well as where it is located once on your body. Prints with a dark background tend to slim more, and swirling prints prevent the eye from taking focus on any particular area. For the most part, shiny swimwear makes your body look larger than it is. To prevent this, try to choose a lustreless suit, or, if you must have the shine, choose one in a dark color.

When shopping for the perfect bikini, often they have different appliqués that can and will draw attention. If you choose a suit that has different detailing, be sure that they are located in parts that will draw attention to your attributes, and away from your less attractive traits.

Many women that are dissatisfied with their figure often think that more swimsuit is better, when in fact, the opposite is true. By using a large swath of fabric to cover your bottom will likely draw more attention to it. As an example, women with wider hips often make the mistake of thinking that a skirted suit is the best option, as it will cover their hips better. The problem is that the skirt flares the widest parts of the body, making them look bigger than they are. Your best option would be to select a bikini bottom with higher cut legs. So long as your swimsuit is comfortable and highlights your most flattering attributes, more skin generally equals more attractive.

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