Choose the Right Bathing Suit Silhouette for You

Swimwear has evolved greatly over time. During the 1600s, canvas smocks’ stiffness and huge sleeves made swimming hard for British women. Heavy woolen bathing costumes continued limiting their flexibility into the 1800s. Soft, stretchy, chic alternatives enabling water mobility emerged in the 1900s. Today, many designer creations flaunt sexy figures and bare skin boldly. Luckily, various shapes, cuts, and fabrics let you expose whatever amount feels right.

Sensational Two-Piece Sets
Top and bottom pieces in varied shapes reveal typical body areas in different amounts.

Tankinis: Instead of bra-style upper halves, these separates feature tank tops extending over bikini or hipster bottoms. Plus-size tankinis offer two-piece flexibility without exposing your midriff. Some are long enough also to conceal hips. For thigh coverage, order skirted briefs.

Classic bikinis: These timeless separates’ shapes resemble bra and panty undergarments. Tops with cups may provide underwire reinforcement. Over-the-shoulder straps connect to back bands. Women’s bikini swimsuits give you many modern neckline and closure choices. Swimsuits Direct’s halters feature plunging or high necklines and tie around your neck or cross over your back. Uplifting styles enhance small breasts or support ample ones. Bikini bottoms can be as daring as you’d like. If you prefer fuller coverage, pick bathing suits that offer optional hipster or high-waist briefs.

String bikinis: Three laces link the two triangular-shaped fabric pieces covering your breasts. Knot one string running through each triangle’s base around your back, creating a band. Then secure the remaining two strings extending above each triangle behind your neck. Two laces sticking out from the two lower triangles’ sides connect the bottoms. Fasten the front and back sections at each hip.

Triangle bathing suits for women go beyond typical string versions. Swimsuits Direct’s parallel and lattice string elements, decorative tassels, and crochet inserts add visual appeal. For vigorous activities, pick styles with more secure fasteners. Some replace top strings with center back bands, cross-back straps, or clip closures. Bottom side-tie alternatives range from strappy detailing to cute cutouts.

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