With summer in full swing, beaches are heating up with the latest swimwear fashions and plus size swimwear is making a comeback thanks to this year’s resurgence of the body positive movement. Retailers are taking heed, and this year there are several new designs that flatter every body type allowing you to rock your curves with confidence. Plus size swimsuits should be stylish as well as supportive, and sexy one piece swimsuits are the latest fashion trend that can make the most of your body’s supple, curved silhouette.
Plus sized style icons Tess Holiday and Robyn Lawley know that having a great one piece swimsuit can be an important style essential. Sarong front suits are one of the current trends in plus size swimwear that flatter curvy figures with a seamless design that highlights a shapely figure to a T. Fantastic one-piece swimsuits designed for plus size gals need not be restricted to a beach or pool, such as the ultra-chic plus sexy Ashley Graham spy swimsuit that can easily make the transition from a beach party look to a hot Havana night dance look by pairing it with a miniskirt. Take a look over at swimsuitsforall to see the exclusive line of plus size swimwear she designed for their summer line.
If you’re looking for an all-out flattering swimwear look, you can’t go wrong with a skirtini— and one of the most flirty available is the watermelon halter. The outfit is a plus sized woman’s dream suit with a bright flirty pink and black polka dot pattern, a halter back and a deep V top that screams everything sexy without a drop of matronly black blah. With so many outrageously sexy swimwear choices, it’s often hard to find just the right suit in local department stores that have limited brands and sizes available. This is where a great online retailer can be a godsend. Going online to discover the best in women’s plus size bathing suits is as easy as knowing your bust, overbust, underbust, waist, and hip and suit line measurements.
Here’s how to measure your bust, hips and suit line measurements:
- Bust: using a tape measure, measure around the fullest part of your breast, with the tape measure snug enough not to slip up or down.
- Hips: measure nine inches below your waist where the body is widest; remember not to allow the tape to move up or down.
- Suit Line: using a full-length mirror, measure the area between the waist and seat.
Finding a swimsuit online allows for a better swimwear shopping experience as many retailers now take pride in providing dozens of options for picking the right suit from more patterns and plus sizes to great tools such as body type calculators. So, check a plus sized swimwear outlet today and find the swimsuit of your dreams.
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