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The Best Swimsuits for Every Body Shape

Flattering Styles for Every Figure


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Please! If you are going to advertize this as a way to make every body type look good, use models who are ACTUALLY those body types! Report
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How is any of this helpful for all but thin model types. Seems to me the very definition of “Apple” shape is lost in translation. Heaven forbid they actually show someone who is a more than a size 8 Report
This is a weight loss site but all you show are skinny models? Where are the plus size suits? Report
It would be great to see some "middle-aged" "plus-sized" models. Report
I agree with most of the comments. I have one bathing suit. It must be at least 10 years old. I don't swim so when I go walking along the beach, (1 1/2 mile from Lake Michigan). I just wear my cut off shorts and t-shirt. This works for me. (This way I way I eliminate the stress of finding a swim suit.) Report
I bought the Zando swimdress. It's very flattering on this near 60 year old body and very comfortable to wear. Report
Seriously?? I don’t look like any of those 21 year old size 0 models! This article was not helpful to me. Report
It doesn't look like any of their models were carrying any extra weight to properly show the suits for many of us. Maybe they should reshoot the photos with a variety of models of different sizes (and weight distributions) being used so we might have a better idea how they might really look on us. Maybe offer some patterns and more colors too. Report
The essence of the story is good, that we can make flattering choices based on our body type. But I had trouble seeing much difference in the photos. None of them looked like my battleship hips, for example. But I'll take away the notion that some bathing suits will be more flattering than others! Report
I get that depending on your search terms, stock photos are often of skinny models. But I don't think we should be lauded for wearing the "right" swimsuit or shamed for wearing the "wrong" one. My favorite fashion advice?
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Thanks for the super-skinny models with concave bellies & thigh gap--makes me feel GREAT about myself! NOT. Get real, SparkPeople--quit with the articles with skinny people doing fabulous skinny things! We wouldn't be here if we didn't have FAT issues! Report
I agree with most all of these comments......need a regular sized model.....not a reed thin model.....
This is so true that all the models are thin and they don't show swimsuits that are for real figures. Report

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