Women spend time browsing the swimsuit departments of stores to find a model that they like and that is adapted to their morphology. The purchase of a two-piece or one-piece swimsuit must be made with their morphology in mind.
Finding THE right swimsuit faster
If you want to look your best at the pool or the beach, you may be hesitating about which two-piece swimsuit model or one-piece swimsuit you would like to wear. It’s not easy to choose and you have to keep in mind that women’s bodies are very different and that the perfect supermodel style morphology is not common. By following a few tips and with a little bit of common sense, you can avoid repeating unnecessary fittings and spot the swimsuit that flatters your morphology. As with fine lingerie, you should look for the swimsuit model that camouflages flaws or flatters certain parts.
Look for a swimsuit that hides its flaws
If your shoulders are a little strong and you are looking for a two-piece swimsuit that will camouflage this morphological defect, choose a model with thin straps or one that fits in the neck. This little trick will help restore the balance of the silhouette and blur the effect of too strong shoulders. In case of small curves on the abdomen, prefer a printed swimsuit rather than a plain one, with well-placed patterns on the belly that you are trying to hide. Women who want to emphasize a generous bust will opt instead for a swimsuit with a square neckline.
Don’t buy a swimsuit without trying it on
If you have a crush on a swimsuit model because its colour or print is pretty, take the time to try it on. Whether it’s a one-piece or two-piece swimsuit, you should always try it on. For two-piece swimsuits, you have to make the right choice of panty shape because it is the panty shape that makes the difference from one model to another. If you hesitate between several models of panties, don’t hesitate to ask the advice of a saleswoman specialized in this department to find out which swimsuits to discard if you want to wear a swimsuit adapted to your morphology.