How To Choose The Right Swimsuit
How To Choose The Right Swimsuit
This VideoJug film explains how to pick the correct swimsuit for your frame. Body types included are the pear-shaped, the large-busted, the broad-shouldered, and the boyish frame.
Now, we're going to talk about how to choose the right swimsuit. Now, because you're exposing a lot of flesh, you do need to choose the right swimsuit because it can either make you look fabulous or it can show all your imperfections. So, you have to consider your body shape.
Now, we'll talk about the larger lady. This swimsuit, you definitely need an underwire in. This swimsuit has an integrated bra as well, to give you even more support.
But you do need the underwire in, to keep your bust uplifted. It's also good for the inverted triangle, where you're broader on the top and with smaller, slender hips, because it gives you more support here and the straps are in the center which actually cuts up the broad shoulders. So, that's quite good.
For the larger busted, you do need a high back to give you more support, because if you have the low back, the underwire still supports you, but it doesn't give you that extra one, and you can actually slip out of them. So, you need to have extra support. This has lots of Lycra and it has secret panels, extra additional panels, which give more tummy control.
This has secret panels, which actually gives more firming control for the tummy area. So, the secret panels actually give more support to the tummy, holding the tummy in. So, it's quite good for anybody who is concerned about their tummy area.
Now, this is still a dark color which is quite slimming. Black, we all know, is slimming, but you don't always want to go for the black color. Still, go for a dark color.
And this is good for the pear-shaped because it's got quite a lot of ruching at the top here. So what that does, it actually draws the eye to the top, rather than to the bottom, where you've got wider hips. So, always have something like this.
It's good also for the broad shoulders because the straps again are in the middle, which cuts the broad shoulders. It has quite a lot of Lycra still, so it gives you good firming control. It has padding, but it doesn't have underwiring, so it's not good for the larger busted lady.
But it's for the medium to small busted. This one, it's for the boyish frame. It gives no support at all, there's no padding and there's no underwire.
Now because a boyish figure probably will need a little bit of padding, but instead it has folds at the top, which actually camouflages the smaller bust and draws the eye up to the bust, which gives a little bit of fullness there. You can wear a pattern, which gives more fullness everywhere. So, you're okay and expected probably to wear a pattern for the skinnier frame because it actually gives you more volume.
This is a bandeau top. This is excellent if you want to have an even tan on your shoulders. But it's not actually good for the broad-shouldered lady because it actually emphasizes the shoulders.
It's good for the pear-shaped, because it does emphasize the shoulders and it balances the hips out. The pattern, where you place the pattern on a suit is crucial. If you have the pattern at the top end, it will draw the eye to the top, so it will actually draw the eye to the bust.
If you have a large bust and you don't want anybody to look at the bust area, then don't have a pattern there. Have it at the bottom here. But for a pear-shaped woman, it's good to have the pattern at the top because it draws the attention away from the wider hips.
And for those who actually like swimming and snorkelling and doing water sports and being active, who don't just want to relax on the beach, because there's less drag in the water and because it's streamlined. It actually has a racer back, or they all have crossover backs. Now, that's good because what it does, it makes sure that the straps stay in place and don't fall down.
And that's how you choose the right swimsuit. .