Flattering Bathing Suits to Address Whatever “Thing” You’re Worried About
We love pool parties. The prep? Not so much. Swimsuit season is year-round in Miami, but we have yet to meet someone who actually enjoys the hunt for a new bathing suit. Here’s the good news: There’s a light at the end of your swimsuit-shopping tunnel. This year, retailers actually have a variety of killer options that address every perceived body issue. And girl, you look good
The Issue: Your Stomach
Sure, you can spend a week in boot camp. But we know you wish you were at the pool instead. The fix? A super-shaping one-piece that will suck you in and show off some of your more prized assets.
OYE Swimwear ($360)
The Issue: Big Boobs
Need extra coverage? No problem. Opt for a bikini that’s got enough structure to keep everything in place.
The Issue: No Waist
Feel like you’re not as much of an hourglass as you’d like to be? This design creates the perfect optical illusion to define your waist.
Ted Baker ($83)
The Issue: Thick Thighs
Opt for substantial boy shorts—patterned or solid—and make your legs look as slim as ever. It’s a beautiful thing.
Lane Bryant swim shorts ($55)
The Issue: Your Arms
If your arms are giving you grief, try a suit with sleeves. You’ll not only come off as a gnarly surfer but also get more sun protection at the same time.
The Issue: Big Booty
You’re proud of your sexy derriere, but you want to make sure it’s getting all the support it needs. Show it off with a funky pattern that includes lace-up sides to keep everything perky back there.
Mara Hoffman ($135)
The Issue: Stretch Marks
With a high-waisted bottom, you can cover the stretch marks on your lower abdominal area while still rocking a bangin’ bikini. This cut is all the rage this season. And that color? Oh, perfection.
The Issue: Muffin Top
There is no muffin top so terrible that a little tankini action can’t fix it. This option from Magicsuit gives you shape and style with a hint of flirt. Obsessed.
Magicsuit top ($114)