Monday, 21 December 2015

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A BIKINI

Hey hey,
Summer has well and truly settled in, which means it's an excuse to wear a bikini under everything and for all of those spontaneous beach trips ahead!
I love being able to look for new bikinis to wear come summer and I love to embrace the hottest new styles and cuts. I find that I'm drawn to quite a select type of swimwear and I know what works for me. But before I choose something to add to my basket, I always know what to look for in a bikini.
By following these tips below, you too can look forward to flaunting your new swimwear and know it will be the perfect one for you.

Look for cuts that flatter your figure and make you feel confident
There's nothing worse than not being confident when it comes to swimwear. If you're new to bikinis and are a bit scared to go all out, go for styles cuts that offer a bit more coverage. High-waisted bikini bottoms are perfect for this and suit everyone! You can work you way into whatever makes you feel fabulous.

Make sure you're being supported
I'm sure I'm not the first to admit that I've had some slip-ups when wearing a bikini. Diving into a pool and having my bikini top fling off, having my bottoms fall down mid-surf and many more casualties. To avoid these, make sure your bits are snug as a bug in a (fabulous) rug. Jump, shake, bend, twerk - do whatever you have to do when trying them on to be confident to do all of that when you're it's for real (because who doesn't twerk at the beach, right?!).

Embrace your own style
The best thing about bikinis is all the fun colours and prints they come in! If you love wearing bold colours, do it. If black is your thing, wear it. There are so many options out there and don't be afraid to mix and match - this is where you'll have the most fun!






Bikinis: Rusty 

Love,
Amber x
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