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"Figure-flattering lines are key to sexy one-pieces. For example, seams across the waistline create the illusion of a smaller waist. Also, low back styles are a great way to show a little skin but still be covered up." - Jessie Zinke
"We all love a bikini, but sometimes a one-piece is more comfortable and practical—but this doesn't mean it's not flattering or just as alluring. The Bayside suit from Splendid has a plunging neckline that exposes some serious décolletage, and the supportive fabric holds in the stomach area which helps create that super-feminine hourglass shape." - Julia Austin, PR Director for Splendid and Ella Moss
“Being sexy to me is not about showing so much skin, but having confidence—and one-pieces help make that possible when we are not feeling our best. The Skinny Suit has a body-con feel, and black color-blocking at the sides gives the illusion of an even slimmer torso. And it can be tied multiple ways (one-shoulder, halter or strapless) to personalize your look.” - Gabby Sabharwal, founder of Giejo swimwear
“It’s all about the lines and finding the perfect silhouette to flatter your body type. Figure out your best assets and look for a style that complements them. Ruching is a great way to slim your middle section. A V-neck adds a sexy edge while elongating the leg, making you look long and lean.” - Shoshanna Lonstein Gruss
"A one-piece bathing suit is very flattering on all body types because it accentuates the torso and can help smooth and even out the waistline." - Tori Praver
“One-piece suits are hot! They're almost always the most flattering style for most women because they create a streamlined look. The low scoop back on our maillot is extra sexy and modern.” - Kerry O’Brien, designer and owner of Commando
"It’s easy to be sexy in a bikini but it takes just as confident a woman to radiate sensuality in a sleek one-piece.” - Paula Hermanny, founder and designer of ViX Swimwear