Summer is coming and soon you will be at the beach having fun in the sun. Take extra care when measuring yourself and trying on your new swimsuit. A good suit will not squish your body, flatten it, or pinch it. Also, it won’t let any part sag or droop. It should support and lift your figure, rather than squish or flatten it.

To Find The Right Size Swimsuit, Grab A Measuring Tape

It’s easy to measure your body for a women’s swimsuit. It’s easy to use a measuring tool (which is available at most grocery and craft shops for a very low price), wrap it around your bust, and then see what it says. That’s it! This is the most important thing!

While you have the tape, you can also measure the rest of your body. Wrap it around the natural waist. Then, extend the length of your hips to eight inches below your waist. This measurement should be compared with information on the suits you like. It is also possible to take the measuring tape to the shop to help you determine the right fit before going into the dressing room.

Think About The Style And Design Of Your Swimsuit

Your chest size can have a huge impact on which kind of swimsuit will be best for your body. A strapless swimsuit or a bandeau bikini might work well for you if your chest is smaller. Spaghetti Straps are great if you don’t have too many curves. They won’t get in your shoulders and cause pain.

Soft cups can be a great option for larger women. They provide subtle shaping and lift. The best choice for women with larger chests is to choose underwire swimsuits. They provide the most support. Many brands offer one piece swimwear in different cups, which makes it even easier for you to find the perfect fit. Be sure to keep the wires in line with your chest. Because they disperse pressure across a greater area, wider straps can be your friend. This will make it easier for your back, neck, and shoulders. The best thing about adjustable straps is that you can customize them to your liking.

The sides of the swimsuit should be covered and the edges should not press too hard on your skin. The fabric should lay smoothly on your body and not bunch, lose or bulky. A quick test can be done to verify the fit of your top. Once you’ve got it on, bend down and give it a good shake. If something sticks out, it’s not right and you should get a different size.

Swimwear Separates

It can be hard to find a suit for you if you are different sizes on the bottom and top. It could be that you are smaller than average with small hips and a small chest, or that you have a very petite bum. These swim separates are great for anyone. So you can have each piece exactly the way you need it, instead of being stuck in something too loose in one spot and uncomfortable in another.

Separating doesn’t mean you should wear a bikini. You can get more coverage by wearing a tankini that falls below your navel. You can also wear a bikini top and women’s shorts with a skirt to hide your bum. There are many options so you don’t have to be afraid of trying new things and finding something that you love.

Grab Your Bathing Suit

Don’t buy a swimsuit top without trying it on. You can’t see how something will feel or look until you put it on. If you don’t go into the dressing room, it’s easy for you to be stuck with a suit that doesn’t fit you. You might also consider ordering a few suits so you can try them on at your home.