Which sports swimwear best suits your shape? As a keen athlete or a fitness-fanatic, you are sure to own fashionable and trendy sports clothes like Nike kicks and Adidas running shorts. But sporty clothes don’t have to be boyish and baggy – there are plenty of great girly and flattering sports clothes out there ranging from gym tops to swim skirts. If you’ve been working hard to get a great beach body ahead of your vacation then you are sure to be after a bathing suit which is not only fashionable, but one which also provides support, comfort and is appropriate for playing sports in.
It is important to try on bathing suits in store – even if you can’t bare to face the sale-crazy shoppers, and would much rather order a bikini online from the comfort of your home so you can relax, play a game like FoxyBingo; and dodge the manic crowds – it’s better to know your bikini fits perfectly. The last thing you want is for your bikini to fall down because it’s too loose or for you to feel uncomfortable because it’s too tight.
This is why we have put together a bathing suit guide to help you out. Are you curvy and worried about exposing too much skin while jumping up and down playing volleyball? Wearing a swim skirt is perfect for curvy women because not only are skirts cute and feminine, but they also provide coverage, support on the bottom and are flattering on the thighs. Try wearing a patterned top with a plain swim skirt because this will draw attention away from your curves while you’re working up a sweat.
Petite? You can make your athletic legs look even longer by wearing a high-cut, solid bottom (without spaghetti string tie-ups). Pairing it with a printed bikini halter-neck top provides support as well as elongating your figure. This is an ultra-flattering bikini which is ideal for both sportswear and showing off your figure. Big bust? The best swimwear for you would be a halter-top or tankini. They provide great internal support, which allows you to still do all the sports you love, without feeling self conscious or uncomfortable.
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