While rainy season is almost upon us it’s still worth occasionally worth going for a dip in the pool on a warm day.
For some, going to a poolside is fun but for many women it is dreaded as it means having to go swimsuit shopping.
From making decisions about whether it’ll be a one piece or a bikini to considering what color is best for your skin, it can be fast become overwhelming.
But here are some tips to keep in mind that will make finding a swimsuit stress free.
1. Consider the activity you wish to use the swimsuit for
Many women decide to use one swimsuit for surfing, swimming or even sunbathing which is completely wrong.
Each physical activity has a different kind of swimsuit required like more sporty swimsuits.
2. Only buy a swimsuit that supports your boobs
Fuller-bust ladies, this one’s for you. There are tons of cute styles that have support for fuller, bigger boobs so you don’t have to forfeit your style preference for comfort.
When you’re choosing a set to buy, consider the swimsuit that gives you support to avoid poolside wardrobe malfunctions.
3. Buy bottoms that aren’t baggy
Many women have buy bottoms or one-pieces a size larger than they needed to prevent bulging. When you take a size up for your suit it makes it sag when you come out of the pool, or even come off as you dive in.
Also swimsuits stretch over time, so this problem is just going to get worse as you wear it. The trick is to get a swimsuit that fits without being too tight.
4. Don’t shy away from bikini’s
Bikinis look good on everyone, and you should try one out if you’ve never worn one before.
If you’re a more modest or conservative dresser who doesn’t want to show quite as much skin, consider a high-waist bottom.