A Swimsuit That Flatters

Published 6:44 am Saturday, June 2, 2012

(NAPSI)—Finding a flattering fit in a swimsuit can be a challenge. Fortunately, a few tips can make it easier to dive in.

1. First, identify your problem areas, then de-emphasize accordingly. For example, if you are hip heavy, wear a one-piece suit with a dark-colored, solid lower half and a lighter-colored top.

2. Choose suits with at least 15 percent spandex to minimize problem areas.

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3. Need to lose a few pounds? Try a Miraclesuit, made with Xtra Life Lycra fiber and Miratex, a fabric that delivers three times the control of ordinary swimwear fabrics.

These suits don’t rely on inner linings and constrictive control panels to shape and trim, and the high concentration of Lycra spandex means the suit keeps its shape.

With a bra constructed specifically for you, the suit offers excellent support, and there’s no bulky wire construction to poke through after you wear it a few times.

Strategic use of shirring and draping emphasizes curves and de-emphasizes areas you want to hide.

The suits’ fashion-forward designs and slimming silhouettes help build confidence, so you can make a beautiful splash on the beach.

For more information, visit www.miraclesuit.com.


On the Net:North American Precis Syndicate(NAPSI)