When it comes to choosing the perfect swimwear, it´s important that you know what style, cut or color flatters your figure. Thus the need to know all the basic types of swimwear. Now that many of your are already fortunate to enjoy a day at the pool or a sunbathe at the beach, comes the fun part – selecting the right swimsuit to wear!
There´s a wide array of cuts and coverage, colors and prints, and styles to choose from. Really, your options are endless. This list is only a guide primer of the basic styles but there are tons of new versions and variations of each of these swimwear below.
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A halter-suit swimwear is anything that ties behind the back, whether it´s a bikini, a maillot or a monokini.
Ed Hardy Dragon Rose Womens Swimwear
A typical two-piece swimsuit for women with pantylike bottom and bralike top. Common bottom versions are brief or bikini, boy shorts and skirtsuit.
Zipper & Lace Double Strap Bikini Set
Usually a halter, string bikinis are with strings to tie together the top piece and the sides of the bottom. This style bares more skin than a conventional bikini.
Pastel Knit Bikini Set
The swimwear which offers more coverage, the top can have a deep V-neck, bandeau or just regular straps while the bottom comes with high to low-cut leg openings.
Hollywood Maillot Swimwear
A one or two-piece swimwear. This style is often strapless although sometimes with very slim halter straps. It often has gathering at the center of the bustline.
Twilight Blue Bandeau
A two-piece swimwear generally with a bikini bottom and a tanklike top to cover most of the torso.
Beautiful Tankini Swimsuit
This swimwear can be a one or two-piece suit with a short skirt attached around the bottom either from the waist or hips.
The traditional swimwear style for swimmer. A racerback has an X at the back which ensures the suit stay in place when he wearer swim, and usually has a round cut-hole at the back.
Python Racerback Swimwear
So tell me, ladies, which style of swimwear do you like the most? Which cut best flatters your figure?