The summer is a time for looking and feeling cool, and there is no more important time than when we are wearing our bikinis.
As soon as we see a hint of sun outside most of us start to think about getting back to the gym and getting our size down as much as possible to look as good as we can in our bikini.
A bikini is a very small but essential part of our summer wardrobe. Not only do we wear it on the beach but a bikini top can be coordinated with a skirt, boardies, shorts or sarong for a classic summer look. So it is important that when you are choosing your bikini, you get a look that is right for you.
If you have a smaller bust then it is incredibly important that your bikini makes you look and feel attractive and feminine. There is nothing worse than putting on your bikini and feeling flat chested but there are a few simple steps you can take to make sure you look your best.
Choose Your Shape: When looking a bikinis a balcony or bra style bikini or a halterneck are most flattering for a small bust. Avoid triangular-shaped bikinis which draw the eye upwards and flatten the bust focus on a more lateral shape that is going to expose more of the top of your bust and give an increased sense of voluptuousness.
Get Support: Integrated support within your bikini or underwires will give you enhanced cleavage and a better shape to your body, so always look for a bikini that is going to offer the structure you need. There are many bikinis now with bust improvement and cleavage enhancing properties which are ideal to give you that extra bit of confidence. But never use additional extra support within a bikini – chicken fillets and other removable breast enhancers should never be used with a bikini unless they have been specifically designed to fit in the bikini which is going to hold them securely. The last thing you want is for something to fall out or move when you are trying to look your most graceful.
Keep Size to a Minimum: Take advantage of a small bust by keeping the actual amount of material on your bikini as low as possible. Consider tie sides and string ties to minimise the size of the garment itself. The smaller the coverage, the larger the bust underneath will look.
Coordinate with Bottoms: When you have a smaller bust size, the bottoms you choose need to be selected carefully so that you don’t look pear-shaped. Either choose very stringy bottoms which african print bikini coordinate with a smaller top or swimming shorts which are going to give the feeling of length to your body. Ideally add a sarong to your outfit when up and around to again give the feeling of length which will make your bust look more in proportion.
Take Care With Colours: As a general rule light colours shrink a body and dark colours make it bigger. If you want to accentuate your bust wear a darker colour top than bottoms. In standard fashion we do say you wear a darker colour to hide take attention away from that part of the body, however when wearing a bikini, the opposite is true.
Walk Tall: The easiest and most essential thing everyone needs to do to look great this summer is to hold their body frame properly. By putting your shoulders back, your back straight and holding in your tummy, you are going to find that not only does your bust stick out that bit more but you have the grace and poise that will get every head turning.