9:30 PM11 Most Flattering Swimsuits of 2016
The most flattering swimsuit in your wardrobe probably does not look the same as the other girls. After all, we are all shopping for unique types of body. That's why we polled our editors for discovering designs that have remained faithful staples, one summer after the other. Of course, everyone has standout features that meet the different assets. But as a tip-off from a good friend or even a seasonal celebrity Instagram, the roundup here will open your eyes to the bikinis and one pieces you have not yet considered. Scroll to 11 new womens bathing suits to pick up this year. Just do not forget to read about why we love them so much - and the forms that they were made for.
1. High neckline tidal wave printing cutout bikini set
Why It Flatters: It's flattering and comfortable, and it shows just the right amount of skin. The sporty Hi-neck keeps things secure up top.
2. Low scoopback cheap one piece swimsuits in red
Why It Flatters: This low scoop back swimsuit is flattering for everyone's body type, and it's always sell out for the label. While the front features a higher neckline, the back cuts just low enough to feel sexy without showing too much skin. The high cut at the thigh also makes legs appear longer. For any girl who's interested in channeling Baywatch, the red shade is a winner.
3. Halter style ruffled & scrunch bottom bikini
Why It Flatters: The ruffle detail in the middle of this bikini bottom gives off the illusion of a tight, toned booty. Considering design alone, the feature feels feminine. The fabric is ridiculously soft, and the material is thick enough to be functional for a full day at the beach.
4. Strappy front t-back color block bikini set
Why It Flatters: The caged detail provides a chic update style to a classic bikini top. Interestingly, the white trim makes the colors pop, giving your skin a natural glow.
5. Low cut back slightly high legs one piece swimsuit
Why It Flatters: The simple silhouette and beautiful color will invite many compliments. Moreover, it reveals just enough for an elegant side boob wink.
6. Vintage printing soft cup reversible triangle bikinis
Why It Flatters: The triangle top is an easy classic. Since this style's reversible, the padding is optional. While the halter style makes for a sexy and secure look, the bottom offers a bit more coverage. It washes well, it's supersoft, and it comes in a playful print.
7. Long sleeves color block one piece swimsuit with zip detial
Why It Flatters: If you are self-conscious about your arms, this sporty style is the answer. It is just enough cheeky, allowing you show off your back and stay sexy, despite the long sleeves. The zipper lets you adjust your neckline for the occasion.
8. Underwired striped one piece swimsuit
Why It Flatters: This one-piece stretches to flatten out imperfections at the stomach area, and the underwire on the bra gives your chest a nice lift. Bonus: the shoulder straps are removable, so if you want to switch things up, you can go for the strapless look.
9. Long line white bikini
Why It Flatters: There's something about the subtle texture and cut of this particular bikini that makes it different from the rest of the styles in your drawer. The slightly extended top makes it not quite a tankini, not quite a bra, but it offers the illusion of a longer torso. More, this silhouette has been remade in multiple colors and prints the past few seasons — that's how you know it's a keeper, and it only cost you $13.
10. Rock lobsters printed halter neckline vintage one piece swimsuits
Why It Flatters: Esther Williams's swimsuits are based off of the classic silhouettes of the '40s and '50s. They offer modest swimwear in the era of the triangle bikini. Once retro styles and high waists became trendy, this label took off and launched exclusively on ModCloth. All the designs feature standout construction with lining in the front and enough support in the bust. Plus, this particular style totally flatters your curves.
11. Timeless snake print low cut back one piece swimsuit
Why It Flatters: For the people who do not feel comfortable in bikinis, you can simply dress it up and go. It is a simple cut, which is supersexy, and it does not have much padding for petite women who like to stay classic.
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