Smart New Swimsuit Styles Camouflage Body Flaws
When you try on a beach cover-up or stretchy sundress labeled “one size fits all,” do you wonder who the mythical “all” is that the clothing designer had in mind? People come in all shapes and sizes but “one size fits all” isn’t one of them.
Nowhere is this more apparent than at the beach. Swimsuits leave nothing to the imagination. No other garment has the power to make us feel so self-conscious about our bodies. Like a shimmering mirage, the luxurious curves of our mentally air-brushed JLo body start to sag and jiggle, revealing every bump and bulge, every pucker and fat dimple of our real self.
Swimsuit manufacturers understand the complex relationship women have with their bodies. This year’s swimsuit lines feature attractive styles for every body type. As an article on Shape.com illustrates, swimsuit designers have become experts at camouflaging perceived body flaws. Some of the ingenious design techniques they use include:
- Spandex shaping and shirring tame poufy tums.
- Empire waistlines and sweetheart necklines direct the eye away from the stomach.
- Asymmetrical designs add alluring curves to muscular or stocky frames.
- High-cut leg holes lengthen legs.
- Contrasting stripes and V-shaped necklines slim full-size figures.
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