suit yourself

Black swimsuits flatter all body types and make it easy to accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative—or at least totally downplay it.

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Hourglass

Adjustable ties won't cut into the hips, and a halter cut brings extra lift.
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Pear shaped

The stripes on top highlight the bust and draw attention upward.
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Straight

Create curves with a cinch-waist belt and a steeply cut neckline.
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Small busted

Intricately worked ruffles build up the chest without making it look padded.
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Large busted

A top with full support (this line goes up to GG) minimizes cleavage.
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Apple shaped

Spanx fabric has a vacuum-like effect, while white lines are slimming.
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Bottom heavy

A halter top amps up the shoulders; boy-shorts provide good coverage.
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Short legs

Create the illusion of longer legs with a high-cut bottom.
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Long torso

A tank-like top and a high-waisted bottom make the torso look smaller.
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Short torso

A dramatic V creates a nicely flattering and elongating silhouette.

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