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Sizzling One Piece Swimsuits This Summer

January 2, 2011 by  
Filed under Bikini Tips

If you’re still stuck on the thought that one piece suits is a Lycra maillot, good for the serious swimmers and older ladies, you may be well surprised with some of the one piece fashions on the market today.
A one piece swimsuit is just that, a swimsuit that is all together forming one piece. None of the bits will be misplaced while packing. But boring is not something the newer suits could never be considered, in fact some of them may now even come issued with instruction manuals on how to tie it correctly.
Sexier than previous year’s one-piece swimsuits, they are shaped and cut to fit any feminine form. It’s racier and much more daring than many ladies realize. So racy in fact, that some can easily be mistaken for a bikini rather than a one piece. The top beachwear houses, taking a vested interest in promoting the one piece as a sexy and versatile outfit. It is not surprising to not only see new styles, but also more support and control features. These apply for both the fuller figured and petite ladies, who prefer to be seen wearing what used to be considered the most modest of swimsuits.
Many women tend to turn to one piece when they start to recognize that some of the flaws caused by ageing or pregnancy make it difficult to look as good in a bikini. In the time of deciding to trade in your bikini for a one piece need not mean your trading in your sex appeal for something less. Should you know your body, and how best to draw attention to your better features, changing from a bikini to a one piece, would be as simple as selecting new lingerie.
When selecting a bikini, your ideal should be to work towards balancing your silhouette, and then to create and own your unique look. To truly accomplish this you should incorporate color, texture and cut, to draw the attention to where you want it. Although a little more difficult to accomplish with a one piece than with a two, many designers have started to address this problem. By offering carefully designed, flaw defying swimsuits.
Knowing not everyone can afford a designer suit we added a few basic tips
* Darker colors are more flattering and slimming
* Brighter colors (not neon’s) with bold patterns will distract from any wobbly bits
* Stick to halter necks or broad straps if you have broad shoulders
* Go Strapless only in you have narrow shoulders
* For slimming or waist defining select a one piece with cut out sides, or decoration on one side in a slightly darker shade.
* For a small bust line, choose a suit with built in padding or alternatively one with detailing on the bust line. It will add the appearance of shapeliness
The one piece swimsuit is once again fighting hard to maintain its position as the most often bought suit. And with more racier and fashionable cuts it seems to be well on its way.

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