Summer is only three months away but we already get a hint of long, sunny days. As I'm planning my holiday and still filling my daily routine with an hour of training and healthy eating to keep fit as I guess I rather sweat at the gym than later on cover at the beach ;D. Through looking for perfect bikini I found one brand that just took my breath away mainly because of two reasons. First ,the design and second, the PRICES! I love the use of prints that keep us feel like in the tropical even if you are sunbathing in the garden in London but I also like the way they enhance our shape without being boring. I think well chosen costume is a success. The right style for your body shape so that no any bits that should be hidden would be on display. Here are some of my favorites from We Are Handsome brand.
Some tips while choosing the right swimming costume:
- To highlight a feature you like, use a bright color or pattern.
- To hide something you don't like, use a solid color.
- If you have pale skin, use black or deep jewel tones, such as dark purple, navy, and maroon.
- If you have dark skin, bright colors can actually be more flattering and help hide what you don't like.
- To add volume (such as to the bust or hips), choose a piece with ruffles in that area.
- To hide volume (such as on the waist), use shirred or ruched fabric.
- Don't be afraid to buy separates that don't match perfectly! Say you want to highlight your bust but draw attention away from your hips. You might buy a bikini top in a bright solid or pattern, and a bottom that's a dark black, blue or brown (depending on the top).
- Bathing suit sizes tend to be very different from, and more traditional than most clothing. In many cases, you may go up a size or two in a swimsuit without it actually meaning anything other than that the swimsuit fits you well.
- Swimsuits tend to enlarge a bit when wet, so make sure that your swimsuit is not already too large when you buy it. You definitely don't want to lose it when you dive into a pool! It can also cling, wrinkle and roll when wet if it's too large, giving the impression of extra weight.