Our goal is to help you find the best fit, form, function and fashion for your resort lifestyle that brings out your confidence and natural sex appeal. Leigha Pittard, Chief fasion designer of Fierce Simplicity discusses how to find the best swimsuits for women with a large stomach and or love handles. Pittard suggests buying swimsuit styles that feature Ruching or shirring in the midsection area which helps minimize a belly, while a skirted swimsuit works to camouflage larger thighs. If a skirted bathing suit is not your style, look for a swimsuit with a higher cut at the legs, high cut bikinis and one piece swimsuits( ideally with adjustable ties) allow for proper hip placement. This will visually lengthen your legs, which can also help them look thinner and make you look taller with a natural slimming effect.
Many women tend to gain weight in their midsection. This causes a lot of stress when it comes time to trying on bikinis and swimsuits. We have put together a list of bikinis and one piece swimsuits for women with large stomachs that are still sexy and feminine while being form fitted, supportive and slimming.
The ideal bathing suit desigs for curvaceous women with large stomachs are smoothing, toning, and supportive. Look for swimsuits with great construction that feature
- adjustable straps
- built-in bras and tummy slimming material.
- high thigh cuts
offer adequate coverage of your belly while still providing a modets sexy look. High waist bikinis come in variosu shapes and sizes to play up your sex appeal or to go for a classic 1950s retro flare. The styles are ideal for women who want to flaunt their curves ;-)
Colors and Prints
As with regular clothes, darker colored swimsuits have a slimming effect on your figure. Black is an effortlessly timeless choice, but if you’d like to try something with more color, look for swimsuits in deep tones like navy, maroon or dark plum. Avoid bold, oversized prints, which can emphasize and highlight trouble spots. Instead, choose a suit with a small pattern; just like solid-colored swimwear, dark patterns are more flattering than prints in bright or light colors.
If you’d prefer to wear a two-piece swimsuit, look for a tankini, which gives you the same fun mix-and-match possibilities as a bikini but without being as revealing. Look for a tankini with a slightly flared or A-line top to skim your midsection without clinging to your belly. As with one-piece swimsuit styles, stick with darker colors and small patterns, and look for details like ruching to keep your trouble spots looking trim.
A cover-up is an always-chic way to disguise problem areas without sacrificing your beach style. A full-length caftan in a sheer, patterned fabric is an ultra-glam option, or achieve the same coverage benefits in a more casual jersey maxi. A colorful tunic or a long, oversized button-down style cover-up are two other options that provide adequate coverage for your tummy and thighs.
These swimsuits will flatter your figure without drawing unnecessary attention to your stomach: