CUP SIZED SWIMWEAR
As we all know, getting the right amount of coverage and security from a swimsuit can be difficult at
times. Cup sized swimwear can be the perfect solution. Cup sized swimwear has great benefits that
will help you feel comfortable and secure. If you feel good in your bra, you will feel great in your
swimwear. It is the same kind of secure fit that you can expect from your intimate apparel.
Cup sized swimwear in comparison to other swimwear gives you great support and better fit. You
can relax on the beach or by the pool without having to worry about your swimsuit not fitting you
Cup sized swimwear does not limit you to any one style. You can explore with one piece suits,
tankinis, skirtinis, bikinis swimdresses, whichever style you desire.
Figuring out the right size swimsuit for you is easy. You use your bra size to determine the right
swimsuit size for you. There is no reason you can’t have support and look fabulous all at once.
BUST: Measure around the fullest part of your bust. If you are looking for a cup sized
swimsuit, the cup size should correspond to your bra size.
WAIST: Measure around your natural waistline.
HIPS: Measure around the fullest part of your lower body including your hips and buttocks.
TORSO: Measure from your shoulders down your back, through your legs, and back up to
the fullest part of your bust.
If you are curvy overall, have hips and shoulders with similar widths, a full rear and thigh, and slim
and shapely lower legs, you should look for swimsuits that will keep the eye busy or accentuate the
waist. Look for allover prints, halters, & V-necks. Side details can highlight your curves.
If your bust, waist, and hips are of a similar size and you can consider your hips as square shaped,
your bust as small, and your arms and legs as slim, stick to swimsuits with halters and detailed
necklines to draw the eye upwards and look for tummy control lining. One pieces or swimdresses
with princess seams and empire waistlines can help slim you down.
If you have more prominent hips, thighs, and rear, and less prominent shoulders and bust with average
to large legs, look for swimsuits with a print or light color top and solid, dark bottom. Swimdresses and
tankinis with skirts work really well with this body type.
If you have a full bust, waist, and upper back with less full hips, a flat rear, pronounced tummy and
midriff, and slim arms and legs, swimsuits with an underwire bra or skirted bottoms will really help keep
you balanced. A wide, square neck can narrow your shoulders.
If you have more prominent hips, thighs, and rear, and less prominent shoulders and bust with average to
large legs, look for swimsuits with a print or light color top and solid, dark bottom. Swimdresses and tankinis
with skirts work really well with this body type.
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