Plus size swimsuit that is unflattering your look!
Is your plus size swimsuit making you look fat?
Choosing the wrong kind of swimwear can add up weight to your body look, especially if you are a plus size woman.
How else could you explain the fact that you are looking trimmer in your normal clothes and looking rounder in your swimming suit?
To learn how to avoid that, read on our helpful tips and tricks.
Wearing an incorrect size:
It does not matter whether the swimsuit is too tight or too loose, it will make you look fat (if the size is larger than your body actual size) or will make you feel very uncomfortable while swimming or sitting down if the swim suit sizing is much smaller than yours. Choosing a plus size swimsuit in your size not only gives you a flattering appearance but it also boosts your confidence when you step out of the pool or on the beach.
Choosing a wrong pattern or prints:
Some large women prefer to wear one coloured plus size swimsuits but one colour, especially black, will make you look plain and you may even look older than your age wearing the dull black or dark colours. Most of women prefer prints or patterns as the prints would give them a lively and sassy appearance; but choosing the wrong prints can end up making their bodies look larger than they actually are. Some patterns would show more of your problem areas instead of camouflaging them.
If you have a large body, your body will be seen even larger in horizontal stripes or the bold and bright coloured prints, which are placed in the wrong place on the bathers will create a bigger body illusion, so try to avoid wearing them. The all-over prints or patterns would be ideal for distracting the eye and concealing problem areas.
Wearing an unflattering swimwear style:
There is nothing worse than seeing a large tummy and saggy breasts woman wearing a skimpy bikini bottom and a tiny triangle top. Ladies with big chest should avoid spaghetti halter neck swimwear because the tiny straps are not strong enough for lifting it up and support it; instead, choosing a plus size swimsuit which have under wire bra and large halter neck straps. The bathing suit style can really make or break your appearance so take your time when you shop.
Low quality fabrics and bad cuts:
“Cheap things are no good and good things are no cheap”! If you buy a $ fifteen dollars something for a large size swimsuit, do not expect you will good look in it as the quality is low, plus the fabric is thin which can not hold anything in place and it is often found to have untidy trims and messy finishes. The style cuts for cheap swimsuits are also not good as they are not created on a proper design process; they tend to be really loose in some areas and really tight in others, they will end up making you look unflattering.
Last but not least, if you want to have a “wow” swimsuit in plus size range which will make you look good, feel great and proud of wearing it: make sure to get some knowledge such as to find out what shape your body is; or know your body size so you can match up with sizing charts if you buy online; which large bathing suits styles would suit your figure such as one piece swimwear, swimdress or two piece tankinis, skirtinis? I gather most of the above knowledge on Curvysea website so you don’t have to spend time on looking for them.