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So here are some tips from Macy's on finding the right suit for you. Macy's also has personal shoppers you can call to help you find the right suit for your figure.
For all you who want to get in shape, each day during the month of May, I plan to feature a body shaping tip and food tip to help reduce calories, lose weight and build muscles. So stay tuned. It's countdown to swimsuit day.
Every body is different. Figure out your best asset and your most flawed and pick out a suit that flatters you.
Just because Susie can wear a belted swimsuit and look great doesn't necessarily mean you can.
We are all built differently. Variety is what make the world such a joy to be a part of.
Look for under-wires in a bathing suit top to minimize the girls and maximize your options. Choose a biking with a bra size or a band below the bust. A square neckline tankini or one piece suit keeps the cleavage manageable.
Minimize your middle. One piece swimsuits with control fabric or high waist retro cut bikinis (think Marilyn Monroe) are the ideal belly blasters. Ruching smooths any sign of a paunch.
Hide your hips and rear with a swimsuit with a skirt. You can also find style and comfort in swim dresses. They flatter the area of your figure you want to conceal in a flirty way.
A halter with ruffles or shirring is good for padding the girls. To up the wow-factor try a padded balconette bra top with molded cups for extra lift.
Say goodbye to a short torso. One-shoulder tankinis create the illusion of a longer upper body. Try deep V-neck cuts or bikinis with low-rise bottoms that dare to bare.
Fit a Long Torso with suits that have adjustable straps or side ties . It will give you a customized fit. Tiered ruffles and graphic prints visually add va-va-voom curves.
Follow these tips and you'll stop dreading swimsuit days and begin looking forward to lounging by the pool or on the beach.
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