Best Swimsuits by body types

Best Swimsuits by body types

The frustration you feel when you are shopping for a swimsuit often have you consumed so much that consequently, you come out of it empty-handed. The reason is the fear that holds you back from buying the swimsuits which you think are not suitable for your body type. But don’t stop yourself from daydreaming a perfect poolside lounging because you are about to be familiarized with best swimsuits for every body type! There is a wide assortment of swimsuits, you only need to know which style is an appropriate fit for your body type.

Hourglass Body

Hourglass body means you can definitely flaunt off your sexy frame. From an elegant one-piece to a bikini top and bottom you can wear anything. Just omit the idea of a frilly and by a bikini bottom. Instead, choose a nice high-waisted bottom, it’d make you appear taller than usual!

Find other high waisted swimwear here.

Rectangle Body

You need not worry about your rectangular body because you can create curves with a suitable swimsuit! A one-piece Monokini suit creates a phenomenal illusion of a smaller waist. And there are so many new monokini designs these days. The one with side cutouts would be a great outlook.

Find other One Piece Styles here.

Triangle Body (Broader Shoulders)


 Ok, you have broad shoulder. So the last thing you want is to make them look wider. To come up with a balanced look, the halter or one shoulder style bikini tops  or swimwear are highly recommended. From flirty frills to athletic styles, you can find so many options this season.

Heavy Bottomed

For a body like this, you should be looking for a flattering halter top that would help to accentuate your neckline or a ruffled top to balance out the heavy bottom. Frilled top one piece monokini, like our Jean One Piece is also highly recommended for those who are conscious about showing too much but like the idea of bringing more cheer to the beach. 

For more plus sized swimwear, click here.

 Love Handles

Love Handles? Oh, how we love to hate our Love Handles. But fighting the bulge is easier than you think. A high-waist bottom works wonders — just make sure it extends above your belly button to prevent a muffin top. And this season, high-waist is so trendy too. Click here to check out some high waisted styles.

Small Chests

Finding a suit that flatters your bust can be a challenge. The best bet for a gal with a smaller chest is to go for a top with embellishments, crossed fabrics or ruffles to give the illusion of a larger chest. Alternatively, a suit with cups and padding that can help to give you a little somthin’ somethin’ extra. Click here for our recommendation.

Flat Booty

This is another time when frills and ruching come in handy, as they give the illusion of a bigger behind. Opt for bottoms in bright colors and loud prints to try and distract from a flatter tush. Also, showing a little cheek is preferably to full-coverage bottoms. Click here for more our recommendation!

Short Legs

If you want to elongate shorter legs, go for suits with high cuts that end up nearer to the waist (think Kim Kardashian). Since you are showing more skin, it will make your legs appear a little longer. And if you’re really brave, go for a thong for optimal lengthening potential.

Shop for a suitable swimsuit and most importantly, have fun in it!


  • Hi Natasha,
    It depends on the size of your hips. Since you have a full top and relatively small waist, if you have a balanced hips (similar to your top) you may be suitable for almost all styles especially for the hour glass figure. If you have smaller hips in proportion to your top, then go for frilly bottoms or high cut bottoms that will balance your overall figure. Have fun rocking the beach!

    FierceSquared Customer Care
  • what do i wear,i have 34F boob’s and size 8 waist ? so which bikini or swimsuit best for my shape please ? 😊


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