Finding the perfect swimsuit can be a pain, especially if your body doesn’t look like the models you see wearing them. Maybe you’re self-conscious of your tummy, you have thin hips that leave bottoms looking saggy and ill-fitting, or your breasts seem to spill out of every top you try one. Regardless of your body shape, there are swimsuits that will look flattering and stylish. Here are a few of our favorite ‘Redhead Friendly’ swimsuits that will look amazing on any body type.
1. High-Waisted Bottoms
High-waisted bikini bottoms look great on every body type. For those with a curvier bottom and stomach, it can provide support and coverage. For those with thin hips, it can help bottoms stay up without gapping. The high waited look also makes your legs look longer.
Try these styles: Aerie Crossover High Cut Cheeky Bikini Bottoms | T1FE 1SFE Women High Waisted Bikini Bottoms | Summersalt High Leg Mid Rise Bikini Bottoms
Pair your high-waisted bottoms with a top that gives you the coverage and support you need.
If you’re small chested try a traditional triangle top or a straight across top to avoid gapping.
If you’re large chested try something with an underwire to give you more support.
If you want more coverage try a long-line bikini top or a tankini top.
If you want something sexy try something with a plunging neckline or some padding.
2. Mesh Panel One Piece
Kick up your one-piece game with a mesh panel bathing suit. The mesh will add some dimension to the suit and keep it from looking too modest. The Tempt Me mesh suits look great in black, white, or patterned and are size inclusive with a range from 0-22.
Try these styles:
The Tempt Me High Neck Plunge One Piece is perfect for those who want to show off their chest while having more coverage around their midsection.
The Tempt Me Black Crisscross One Piece is perfect for those who want to accentuate their waist while providing more coverage and support to the chest.
3. Ruched Swimsuit
Ruching can help pull the focus to different areas of your body or even cover problem spots. Ruching along the top can give the illusion of a larger breast, while ruching on the sides can create a more defined silhouette. Ruched bikini bottoms can help give more coverage to the tummy or accentuate the bottom.
Ruched Top One Piece – Madewell Second Wave Seersucker Drawstring One-Piece Swimsuit
Ruched Bikini Top – Aerie Ruched Bandeau Bikini Top
Ruched Strapless One-Piece – J. Crew Ruched Bandeau One Piece Swimsuit
4. One-Shoulder One-Piece
There is one bathing suit that’s been making its rounds on the internet as the most universally flattering for all body types. It’s got one shoulder which provides support and coverage in the chest, a nice ruching on the front which helps slim the tummy and comes in both solid and color blocking. The swimsuit in question? The Sidestroke from Summersalt
Rock it like a Redhead!