What Is Your Favorite Style in Plus Size Swimwear?

Thankfully, gone are the days when plus size ladies were relegated to just one or two drab, unflattering bathing suits in any given store. Cutewe is proud to offer a tremendous array of plus size swimwear in all the latest styles and colors.

Tankinis
One of the most popular styles of swimwear for women of all shapes and sizes, tankinis offer the coverage and modesty of a one-piece suit, with the convenience and comfort of two separate pieces that cover the midsection.

For example, many tankini tops offer halter tops with plunging necklines, and decorative details on the shoulder straps or chest.  Another tankini style, called the rufflekini, is perfect for top-heavy ladies who’d prefer to slim their midsections without drawing too much attention to their chests along the way. The options are endless!

If you have legs you love to show off, a simple bikini bottom pairs perfectly with any tankini top. If you have hips, upper thighs, or a backside that you’d rather not bring too much attention to—or, you just prefer a little more coverage below the belt for modesty’s sake—have you considered a swim skirt? Ranging in length from super-short and flirty to styles a few inches longer, swim skirts are an excellent alternative to the basic swim bottom.

Bikinis
Perfect for flaunting your curves or simply maximizing those rays of sun, the classic two-piece bikini is here to stay. Like the tankini, bikini tops and bottoms come in seemingly endless styles and shapes to flatter nearly every body shape.

A newer update on a classic look, flounce tops are designed with an extra fluttery piece of material across the bust. Flounces are ideal for ladies, regardless of their bra size! The extra material up top provides a bit of additional modesty and coverage. Either way, the flounce bikini is a win-win! Pair with a traditional bikini bottom, or try a cute and flirty swim skirt to really play up those ruffles.

One Piece Suits
The classic one-piece suit is anything but boring with today’s colors and style options. Cutewe’s plus size swimwear designers have taken the wants and needs of today’s women into consideration when creating their collections.

Looking for a plus size swimsuit that’s a little different in style, but still one solid piece? Try a swim dress! These look very similar to our tankinis with swim skirts, but function just the same as a solid tank one-piece suit. The only difference is an extra piece of skirt material to give your backside, upper thighs and hips a little extra coverage.
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Active Swimwear Pointers for Sporty Women

Need swimsuits to outlast your favorite sports? For rigorous endeavors like diving, paddle boarding, surfing, and beach volleyball, women are turning to athleisure looks. They’re even making style statements beyond the water’s edge in trendy visions rivaling yoga and sports attire.

Millennials who fuse casual clothes with everything from active to tailored garments are spearheading this apparel evolution. It’s blurring the traditional lines separating ready-to-wear, activewear, and swimwear. The exciting results are driving original shapes and fabrics while expanding acceptable bathing suit and cover-up destinations.

Athleisure Styles
Obviously, swimsuits must perform on sand and in water. But like fitness gear, they now also need to be functional in indoor gyms, on outdoor trails, and other gathering places. So current designs are helping women on the move avoid accidental overexposures and discomfort from bunched-up padding and chaffing. Consider these pointers when choosing sporty pieces from today’s rapidly growing active swimwear category:

Tops: Pick upper halves with adjustable straps so you can customize a tight, secure fit while maintaining neck and shoulder comfort. If you prefer bikinis, look for sports-bra construction with built-in cups and support. Skip styles with straps that can slip down onto your arms. Racerback or crisscrossed straps between shoulder blades keep tops in place.

Tankinis provide midriff coverage and prevent heavy waves and spirited lunges from forcing skimpy bikini tops to pop up above your breasts. Pass up halters that tie around your neck since they might come undone and float or blow away. To maximize comfort, avoid decorative hardware and knots that could cause irritation during repetitive movements. Surfers may prefer rash-guard tops with or without sleeves.

Bottoms: High-waisted briefs echo popular retro styling from the 1950s and ‘60s. Contemporary surfer shapes revive memories of classically curvaceous beach bunnies. Raised up to your navel, they have better chances of staying put during overexertion than tiny triangles. For a more modern appeal, choose boy shorts or swim skirts. Even bikini bottoms can be budge proof when springy fabric or elastic trim fits snuggly.

One-piece swimsuits: For the most boisterous play, try more modest styles with sewn-in straps or strapless bandeaus. Forget the embarrassment of losing separate pieces while enjoying enthusiastic adventures.

Cover-ups: Shirts, jackets, dresses, shorts, and pants can conceal matching but too-revealing swimsuits in many public locations.

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Introducing 2017 Swimwear Colors and Patterns

Designers are releasing their refreshing 2017-swimwear collections, so everyone’s eager to see the latest fabric choices. Discover the brighter, bolder, more experimental fashion options below that women will be wearing from pools to beaches. Then browse the newest line at Cutewe for those upcoming trends.

One-piece looks consist of maillots, tanks, and bandeaus. Two-piece sensations include halters, tankinis, and bandeaukinis with mid-rise, hipster, and high-rise bottoms and swim skirts. Pair your favorites with cover-ups to feel stylish as you relish every carefree moment in the sun and water.

Standout Shades
Finding colors to flatter your silhouette and skin tone will be fun with 2017’s rainbow of options. Nature and beach influences give us that evoke pleasure, happiness, and comfort from the 1950’s days of innocence. Verdant greens, watery blues, and sunny yellows depict scenic beauty. Cutewe swimwear features women’s one-piece styles showcasing emerging bold tinges like Sunkist orange, flamingo pink, blue lagoon, Pacific blue, and Tahoe teal. Those cheerful, uplifting bursts inspire leisurely delights.

Earth tones express panoramic finery from the jungle to the oasis. Fresh shades include neutral olives and clays along with burnt siennas, coppers, corals, and cool blues. Patriotic palettes honor maritime traditions with peeks into seafaring days of old. Rich jewel tones like amethyst, aquamarine, and emerald green are surfacing like shimmering gems floating up from sunken treasure chests. Sexy colors and eye-popping neon brights flaunt unrestrained wildness, highlighting womanly curves with extra flair.

Adventurous Prints
Swimwear designers are updating basic black and navy with prominent shapes and energetic patterns. Trending looks include tropical schemes with lush trees and leaves, animal prints, geometrics, chevron stripes, tie-dyes, and ethnic influences. Cutewe swimsuits like this tankini make dramatic style statements by brandishing multihued oversized graphics. Navy and white stripes give nautical creations a timeless appeal.

Bohemian spectacles include border, paisley, bandana, and scarf prints. For a charming vintage vibe, go for the boldness of loud retro designs or the sophisticated simplicity of pastel floral themes. Create an edgy feeling by mixing various fabrics and motifs. Striped trim provides contrasts to solid colors. Innovative pairings offset dark masculine blues and grays with soft, subtle feminine pastels. Browse Cutewe’s 2017 offerings for distinctive patterns that represent your signature beach look best.
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