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Bikini Styling

It can be a challenge to figure out which bikini is appropriate for which situation.  There are so many different styles on the market today.  Do you go with the thong you love, or do you play it safe with a full cut bikini?  You can have the best of both worlds.  There are places where a thong is normal beach attire, and there are other more family-friendly beaches where a full coverage bikini is more appropriate, so buy both and hit different beaches for a opportunity to show off your taste in both varieties.

Bikinis for family oriented beaches

Full coverage bikinis don’t have to be frumpy or ill-fitting.  There are plenty of choices out there designed to flatter your curves, not hide them.  Features such as ruched stitching and scrunched backsides help the fabric follow the contour of your curves. Bikini tops such as sweetheart, butterfly, triangle and even bandeau tops are all perfectly safe for a family friendly beach.  Bottom styles to steer away from are thongs of any variety and even Brazilian bottoms on some family beaches.  It is best to check the local rules ahead of time if you are unsure in order to avoid any embarrassing mishaps once you get to the beach.

Bikini Styling


Bikinis for thong-friendly beaches

Thong-friendly beaches are pretty much anything goes when it comes to bikini styling.  Thongs can range from partial coverage to a tiny g-string, and most thong beaches are alright with any variation between the two.  Thongs with a small piece of fabric at the top can be every bit as sexy as a smaller g-string bottom, so choose the one you look and feel the best in and it will definitely show.

Bikini Styling

 Another question that comes up often is what type of bikini to wear for your body type.  A lot of times, women think that covering up a certain body part is more flattering, but the exact opposite is often true.  So which bikini is right for your body type?


Bikinis for large chests

The key to a perfect fit when you have a larger chest is to go for wide straps and ties which offer support and stability.  Wider cups allow ample room for larger chests so go for cuts such as sweetheart, halter or butterfly tops.  If you are a DD cup or larger, try to steer away from cuts with thin straps or ties such as string bikinis as they will not give you the support you need.

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Bikinis for smaller chests

The opposite holds true when it comes to bikini tops for smaller chests.  Cuts such as a triangle top with thin string ties have a more delicate look, and as such they nicely frame a smaller bust. Bikinitops with wider cups or straps can flatten your chest and look too big for your frame.  Demi underwire tops are another great option to maximize cleavage and enhance your curves.

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Bikinis for larger bottoms

A puckered or scrunch Brazilian bikini bottom is a great look for women who have a larger backside.  A regular, full cut bikini bottom stretches over your cheeks and can exaggerate the appearance, but the unique stitching of puckered stitching allows the bikini bottom to follow the contour of your butt.  This effect accentuates your curves in just the right way.  Darker colors are your best bet, but don’t be stuck on only black.  Darker shades of purple, blue and green are also great alternatives.

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Bikinis for smaller bottoms

A smaller cut bikini bottom is ideal for smaller butts and hips.  Whether it is a sexy thong or a classic cut Brazilian bottom, sticking with smaller cuts will accentuate your small curves instead of hiding them in extra fabric.  Bright colors and prints and ruched stitching can all add the appearance of volume to your hips and butt, too.

Bikini Styling