Tuesday, May 31, 2011

How to pick the HAWTest bathing suit for the Summer..........

IT"S THE FIRST DAY OF SUMMER!! The weather is HAWT & it's time HAWTies for the BEACH, WATER FIGHTS & COOKOUTS, Who doesn't love the warm sand of the beach & the gentle cool breeze brushing against your face as you lay on your beach blanket, the taste of those colorful sno cones or the splash of a water balloon hitting you on your back LOL, Summer is a very fun time of the year. And Summer goes hand & hand with bathing suits. Yes HAWTies it's that time of the year again to bust out that HAWT sexy body of yours & show off some skin.

Now we all know that not every one's body is made equally, so we know that, that swim suit you're looking at on Forever 21 in a size Medium looks good on the model but maybe not so much on your size 14 frame.  Which is cool because there are plenty of swim suits, sexy ones at that, that are perfect for your 14 size frame.  Cuz there is nothing worse than going out to the water slides & seeing a HAWTie in an ill-fitting swim suit, either love handles bulging out on the sides or she has Four boobs for the top being to tight, it just isn't cute. I know when I put on my swim suit I wanna be the HAWTest thang walking around. So I'm here to help you out with picking out what works for your own frame.  It's not very difficult you just need to know your own body & what you love & dislike to show off., you wanna show off your best assets. But first we must ask .....................

To find that HAWT swim suit you have to make the decision on if your going to 1 piece it or 2 piece it up on the beach. I know what most of you HAWTies are thinking.......... Bikini ain't going to happen for me BOO. Which I can understand because I feel the same way but we shouldn't let the fear of the bikini scare us off, there is no such thing as a perfect body. PERIOD. Ok there's a few walkn around this Earth but not the majority. So I say that to say, no one that rocks a swim suit is perfect so don't worry about if people are staring at you, maybe it's for all the right reason they are staring you never know. But mainly don't worry about what other think or feel about you & out swim suit cuz 9 times outta 10 they are insecure with themselves or suit themselves.
One pieces are super HAWt & can be extremely flattering & sexy  without showing off a lot. You have different choices you can have you back out with your tummy not showing or major cleavage with your hips out, there are many different styles and colors you can choose from. So start with which one you want the 1 piece or the 2 piece.

Since we do have a large variety of sizes & body types we have broken it down by such;

The key to this look is to show off a little skin but in all the right places. Try finding a 1 piece suit with lace or mesh around the waist area.  Shirred, ruched or draped fabric around the stomach helps slim the waistline. Princess seams, vertical lines and some tummy control help create longer curves.

Petite aka Tall Hawties
Choose a high-cut bottom that lengthens your leg. Avoid boy shorts by any means they make you look shorter and also avoid bikinis that cut your body in half with different-colored tops and bottoms. A solid one-piece suit with a high-cut leg, V-neck top, halter top or pretty detailing at the bust creates a long, vertical line, drawing the eye upward and making you look taller, To give yourself the illusion of added curves, buy a bottom with a floral print or one with ruffles.

Top Heavy HAWTies
 Find balance with decorative details on the bottom or try a skirted suit. Thick-strapped halter tops help narrow the appearance of your shoulders while giving extra support,There is nothing worse than seeing a HAWTies with a tig ole bittes with a strap that looks like the levi's of chi chi's is going to blow.

Bottom Heavy HAWTies
Pick a solid-colored bikini bottom that isn't too skimpy, but also avoid boy shorts that often widen your bottom. Skirted bikinis camouflage fuller hips as long as there isn't excessive detailing. Don't wear a skirt that ends at the widest part of your hips; you want it to end just below your trouble zone. Straps set further apart or a suit with prominent, horizontal design on top will help to balance your shoulders with your hips.

Small Chested HAWTies
Tops with padding and under wires can create fullness in the bust, as do halter tops. Bandeau tops are a fun choice, as only small-chested women can wear them well. Details like ruching, add interest to the area.

Pear-Shaped HAWTies
Pick a suit with some lift and curve to your shape. Your best bet on top is  a push-up bra to give your breasts maximum support. Since most pear shapes have a slightly larger bottom than top, buy your bikini bottom one size larger than you would your top. The beauty of separates is that you can mix and match, changing up your options

Rectangle-Shape HAWTies
If you find you have larger breasts than the average beach bunny, buy a supportive top with full coverage. A built-in bra for support is a must. Make sure you have appropriate coverage to eliminate the risk of an overflowing top. As with small-chested women, be absolutely sure your top fits properly because you don't want any fabric bagging or sagging

Boy-Shaped HAWTies
The beauty of this shape is that you can pull off a one-piece suit as well as a two-piece suit. One-pieces will make your body look even leaner while a two-piece will bring out your curves. While wrap-style one-piece swimsuits give the illusion of curves, avoid solid-colored, one-piece suits. To add the illusion of curves, use interesting patterns and detailing at the waist and top. Diagonal lines, crisscrossing under the bust, ruffles, ruching, and halter tops all add interest while drawing the eye upward

Hourglass-Shape HAWTiesIf you have an hourglass shape, your waist is typically much smaller than your bust or hips. Pick a suit that will accentuate your waist and flatter your other assets. If you are a taller hourglass, a high-cut bottom or boy shorts will bring definition to your legs. As for the top, choose one with an under wire or a bandeau.

Wide Shoulders HAWTies
Balance is the key word here. Avoid the “V” silhouette by staying away from those plunging neck lines or teeny, tiny bikini bottoms.You will want to play up the bottom of your torso and minimize the top. Wear bikini bottoms that have lots of color and print and also sport accents at the hips such as ties, belts, folds and sashes. The new, moderate cut bottom was made for you. Also, wide shoulder straps and square necklines can make you look fabulous.

No Waist HAWTies
No problem. It’s not that you don’t have a waistline, it’s that you hips are slim.
If you don’t have many curves, create some by wearing one-piece suit with a high-on-the-thigh cut. A belted waistline on a one-piece suit will give the appearance of a whittled middle. So will a draped, surplice detail that pinches in at the waist, or a curvy seam line that runs down each side of the torso. Bikinis are good for you. Add some illusion at the hips with rings, ruffles, folds, ruching and bows. Rings on a bikini bottom will flatter a figure with no waist. If you’re small on top, go for a strapless bandeau top. Pick out for a dark, solid bottom and a wildly printed or embellished top. Avoid solid-colored or horizontal striped one-pieces.

Short Legs or Torso HAWTies
Play up your figure by finding a bathing suit that is cut high on the thigh. This will make your leg look much longer. If you have curvy hips, then all the better. This cut will accentuate your smaller waist and give you a flirty look. You’ve probably already heard that vertical stripes can visually lengthen the body. Well, here’s another trick. Wear a solid bottom bikini with a printed, or embellished top. This will draw the eye upward and give you a longer look. A solid, one-piece bathing suit with a plunging neckline creates a continual, long appearance and is absolutely, drop dead sexy to boot! Avoid boy shorts and skirted bikinis as they draw the eye downward and can make you look shorter.

Long Body Shape HAWTies
Clothes drape beautifully on you and your legs go on and on. But, you do need to make sure that you do not look like a bean pole at the beach in your swimsuit. You can go wild with the embellishments at the hips and bust line. Ruching, rings, jewels, ties and bows are all good things for you. Try horizontal, or diagonal stripes and nappy fabrics, such as stretch terry and velvet. Boy shorts are just the thing for your slim hips. Oh, and those cute, ruffled bikini skirts and cover-ups? They’re made just for you! If you want a one-piece swimsuit, try one of the latest, cut-out suits. It will break up your long torso, just like a bikini does. Avoid up and down stripes, high necklines and dark, solid colors

Pregnant HAWTies
Do you know how beautiful  & HAWT you are right now? Some moms-to-be choose to go with a regular bikini because they don’t have to worry about the middle part getting in the way. However, as the day draws closer, you will probably want a one-piece. Pick one that you can let out and adjust as your tummy and hips expand. You will probably want some support in the bust as well.

Hope this helped out HAWTies, this is the kick of our all swim suit week, we will still give you the current HAWT fashion but a little more focus on Bathing Suits.

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