Being confident in a bikini is easier said than done – TRUST ME!!! Everyone should be proud of their body, but as the weather heats up, women start covering up. Unfortunately, we tend to look for flaws instead of recognizing assets, and forget to appreciate the gorgeous goods we’ve been blessed with. The difficulty of finding a comfortable, flattering and stylish swimsuit adds to the problem – and suddenly finding the perfect pair of bikinis seems impossible. However, your body is not to blame. Having two arms, two legs, a belly, boobs and a bum is something to be grateful for.
Women come in a range of different body shapes, but swimwear doesn’t always cater to them. I’m a firm believer in costume Swimwear, as women we should celebrate every shape and size, the costume made rout provides you with a way to design your own gorgeous piece of custom swimwear. Nobody knows your body better than you do, so why not create something that makes you look and feel better than ever? Gone are the days of finding the perfect print in the wrong size, or a flattering swimsuit in a terrible colour. When you design a custom bikini , you can have the best of everything.
Determining your body shape is the easiest way to find flattering swimwear. Different body shapes suit different bikini styles, so knowing yours will help you narrow down the search. For example, bandeau tops are great for those with smaller boobs and halter neck styles offer support for those with bigger busts. Prints and frills can draw attention towards your assets and away from body parts you don’t like.
Tips and tricks like these are great, but the most important part of feeling confident in your bikini body is to remind yourself of the positives – like how amazing you look and feel! We want you to wear your assets with pride, no matter their shape and size. After all, not everyone is lucky enough to keep theirs.
Next time you question the size of your chest or why one boob is bigger than the other – remind yourself that there are women living without their breasts. Women whose struggle with body-image and their bikini body is far greater.