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God didn’t make our bodies the same shape, which means swimsuits will fit differently on each and every one of us. 

3 Steps to Finding your Perfect Style and fFt:

  • #1. Choose your main body-shape
  • #2. Choose from the 12 body-type specifics
  • #3. Choose your perfect fit and style

Step # 1

Generally less curves, flatter tummy, straight up and down

*Generally means you have most of these. On the next page you can pick and choose which really apply.

Generally busty, hippy, fuller thighs, bigger behind

*Generally means you have most of these. On the next page you can pick and choose which really apply.

Generally shorter than 5’4″ with a proportionate figure

*Generally means you have most of these. On the next page you can pick and choose which really apply.

Generally smaller top and larger bottom half

*Generally means you have most of these. On the next page you can pick and choose which really apply.

Once you click on the main body-shape above it will guide you to the break down of the 12 body-type specifics below that make you unique and beautiful. This will give you the perfect fit and style for your beachside adventures.

  1. Bigger Behind: Look for solid bottoms, black tends to hide more, but match it up with a fun printed top to draw attention away from the behind. Full coverage will help you feel more comfortable.
  2. Broader Shoulders: Printed or solid suits with a different color side panel to give an hour-glass shape to take the broader shoulder appearance down a notch.  A fun neckline that’s not straight across can also pull away from the attention from the shoulders.
  3. Flatter Behind: If you are looking for a bogger behind, look for something with patterns with fun colors and prints with ruching and frills. and ruching comes in handy, as they give the illusion of a bigger behind.
  4. Smaller Chest: Try a top with embellishments, ruffles, or padding to give the illusion of a larger chest. 
  5. Bigger Chest: Look for higher support and underwire tops (and not that string bikini even if it is super cute), thicker straps for ease on the shoulders, and bands that are double stitched. 
  6. Back Fat: Find a thicker strap so it doesn’t dig into your skin and consider a back that has more coverage to smooth out some any wrinkles.
  7. Shorter Legs: Try higher-cuts pr string bikini bottoms to lengthen the appearance of the legs. Avoid high waisted bottoms.
  8. Fuller Thighs: Get full coverage for bottoms with a skirt or little shorts. 
  9. Cellulite: Cellulite doesn’t discriminate so look for boy-cut brief shorts, swim dresses, or tankinis with longer hemlines.
  10. Shorter Torso: If you want that taller look try a low-rise bottom, halter top, or a nontraditional neckline. 
  11. Love Handles:  A high-waisted bottom that extends over your belly button to prevent a muffin top will work wonders. 
  12. Pouchy Tummy: Keep the focus on the neckline with some fun frills or straps, or go with a lower neckline. Find a one-piece with wrapping, ruching, or ruffles to take the focus off the tummy.