How To Look Good In Bikinis

Bikinis are very unforgiving pieces of clothing. Wear the wrong one and you look fat. Wear the right one, and you look lik Venus coming out from the water. That itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini is as classic as it can get, but there are rules to it.

The traditional bikini is a triangle otherwise known as a string bikini. Bandeaus, boy shorts, and halters are of a different style, but all of these fall under the swimsuit category.

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When choosing a bikini, keep tree things in check- your chest, your cheeks, and your curves.

Choose a bikini that fits snug right at the chest. A size too small gives way for that unsightly sideboob spilling out of the triangle. One that is too loose is a wardrobe malfunction in the waiting once you hit the waves.

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Next, make sure that your butt cheeks are fully covered. Thongs are just a bit too much exposure, and it’s not classy at all. Save some room for the imagination. When fitting your bikini, move about and try different positions. Make sure that the top and the bottom stay in place and do not slip up or down.

Lastly, consider your body type. Florals and frills on the chest make it look larger; when placed at the bottom, it gives you a fuller hip and behind.

Once you know what size fits you perfectly, choosing the design should be your next concern. If you’re looking to boost your bust, look for a top that has ruffles or beading. This creates a “bulky” chest that gives the illusion of a larger cup size. If you are looking to balance out the chest, go for bottoms that have ruffles or beading. It’s all about finding a strategic part of your body to enhance or to play down. Keep in mind that patterns make something look larger while plain colors and vertical stripes make things look thinner.

String and triangle bikinis are best for women who are confident showing off a little more of their body. Otherwise, if you cringe at the thought of having your belly slip over the garter or showing off stretch marks, there are other styles for you, such as a fuller piece like boyleg bottom, tankini or crop bikini top. Remember that there is always a style that fits your body shape . If that teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini just isn’t working your frame, drop it and look for another.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

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Summer fashion in Korea is another season where the Koreans can be creative about their dressing, even for beach wear! In this month, we feature the ‘beach babes and beach hunks’ look to get you some inspiration for your own summer and beach wear.

 

1. Look fab in the light colours of summer…

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

 

2. Look pretty on the beach with opaque shirts that reveal your bikinis.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

 

3. Beautiful blue ribbon top with matching hairband for the gal and colourful stripe singlet for the guy.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

 

4. Play up your beach wear with bright colours.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

 

5. Neutral colours combo.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

 

6. Carefree babes and hunks.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

 

7. Bikinis with unzipped jacket, cool board shorts and tees.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

 

8. Khakis combo.

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007

Korean Fashion Street Wear June 2007