Shopping for swimsuits online can also involve a bit of additional guesswork: Will it look like a thong on a non-model-sized ass? With so many choices, knowing what makes you look—and, more importantly, feel—your best has become a crucial step in the buying process, lest your new bathing suit get confined to the back-of-the-drawer graveyard or you have to deal with the hassle of returns. If you live in the States, this is probably the style you encounter most often: Skimpier than a bikini but with a few more inches of fabric than a thong, they form a V from the suit's waistband down toward … well, you know. Evangelists praise their ability to make any butt look perkier, and American retailers are increasingly embracing the silhouette.
But how annoying is it when you can't relax because you feel you are wearing the wrong bikini bottom style? There are so many bikini bottom styles available. Those with shapely hourglass curves can rock this retro high waisted style (River Island Latoya High Waisted Bikini Bottom, $25; autoinsuranceratesohio.info).
Just like how underwear comes in different styles , so too do bikini bottoms. The cheeky, the high waist, and the hipster are some terms you may have heard of. Not to get all technical, but when you shop for body-flattering swimsuits , you should be somewhat familiar with the different styles. They play a role in your overall look!
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