Summer Fashion and Your Body Shape

Summer Fashion

Summer fashion is not only about the street wear, but about swimsuits as well. As you may have noticed, not all swimsuits suit all women, so here's a visual guide to help you choose the one that will make you look amazing and all these will be revealed here in the Exotic Philippines blog.

First off, let me share with you this infographic that I found useful for this topic and I do think you'll find this pretty informative and helpful too especially when you want to wear that bikini and show off.

The Swimsuit Style Guide for Women Infographic

Pear-shaped women should emphasize their top half. A good method is to use printed or embellished tops and solid color bottoms. Dark colors work best, especially fort he bottoms. Avoid hipsters or boy shorts, because they will make your bottom look even bigger. Go for high-cut bottoms in order to create the optical illusion of smallness and stay away from busy prints or horizontal stripes.

Apple-shaped women look their best when they use dark solid color tops and printed bottoms. Hipsters and boyshorts work great for this body type, because they help balancing a bit the proportions and make the overall look more harmonious and feminine.

Athletic figures, who can be framed into a rectangle shape, may use triangle and halter tops or twisted bandeau tops, combined with hipsters or boy shorts. They should avoid bandeau-style tops that go straight across, because they will make their chest appear even flatter than it is. Girls with this body type will look great in monokinis, so if you're one of them and you want to take this summer fashion advice, go for a cutout one piece and amaze everybody on that beach with your feminine look.

Hourglass-shaped women will look their best in halter or constructed tops, combined with tie-side bottoms with thick ties. They should go for matching top and bottom pieces and they should shy away from hipsters or boy shorts and from thin-stringed bottoms.

Women with petite figures, who are well-proportioned but short, should find a style that helps them elongate their legs or their torso. Both low rise and high-cut leg bottoms will do for them, as well as twisted bandeau, halter or triangle tops. They should avoid tops that go straight across, bandeau-style.

Curvy women, who tend to have fuller hips, should focus attention on their best features and put their problem areas into the shade. They would look gorgeous in halter or constructed tops combined with skirt bottoms or in one-piece swimsuits with Lycra Spandex. Horizontal strip patterns should be avoided, as well as thin-stringed bottoms and hipsters.

If you liked this guide, you can go now to your favorite shop and find the best summer fashion swimwear for you. If you already have a swimsuit that's in line with our advice, congratulations!

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