I do not know of one woman who says “I am so excited. I need a new bathing suit!” Rather, the conversation goes something like this….
Girl 1 ”I need a swimsuit” heavy sigh, heavy sigh, heavy sigh.
Gril 2 ” I hate buying suits. I have fat________ (fill in any part of your anatomy that you are not so proud of)
Let’s change the conversation, ladies. Instead of looking for suits that hide our flaws, why don’t we look for suits that accentuate those areas of which we are proud.
The woman who has a great bust line consider the halter or the mallot as your best option. You can show a little cleavage, tastefully.
The woman with the flat stomach should look at the monokini, but not the one that looks like it is from Sports Illustrated. The monokini featured like the one above is sexy, colorful and highlights a small waistline.
The woman who is small on top should consider a suit with interest in the bust line, ruching or ruffles.
The woman who is lean and tall has 2 options:
1. A 2 piece (The one feature above is slimming, forgiving, and flattering)
2. A long suit now available from many designers
A woman with a fuller figure will look awesome in a asymmetrical suit.
A woman with great legs should look for a suit that has legs that are higher cut.
Important to note is that shopping for a swimsuit is a little taxing. Lots of energy is spent taking clothes on and off. Take some time and head to a store, an actual store to try suits on. Please don’t sit on your computer and order online. The stores in Metropolotian Detroit need our support. Let’s make saying “I got it in Detroit” the coolest phrase around. Supporting our businesses makes good sense.
Where to go to buy swimmer? Try Nordstrom, Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Everything But Water. These suits are examples to guide you as you cruise through stores to find the perfect suit.
Don’t let retailers drown. Thrown them a life line and shop in their stores.