When you look good you feel good. Typically a women with small breasts wants her swimsuit to make her breasts look bigger, what the suit needs to do is to simply distract from and enhance her other assets. The first suit that most swimsuit shops will show you is a bikini. If you are petite and slender this works and draws the eye to your body and elongates the legs.
The number one thing to do is try the suit on
If you are not necessarily petite and don’t have a waistline the best swimsuit for you is a suit with a skirted bottom. This draws the eye down to the legs and enhances the appearance of your breasts. You will appear to be less round the skirt elongates the body.
The appearance of larger breasts
Swimsuits come with padding these days and you can choose to use them or not. Underwires will lift you up and push you out if you’ve got something to lift and push out. If you don’t like the pads that come with the bra top, by all means go to a bra shop and find the ones that work for you, they come in all shapes and sizes.
A triangle piece top will make your breasts look fuller, and the advantage of a smaller body makes a bandeau top work for you better than it does a large breasted woman. Many women opt for the bandeau top so they don’t have to worry about tan lines. Also fringe or some type of extra on the triangle piece top will give the appearance of larger breasts.
One-piece suits are hot right now
A floral or patterned material suit will deflect from what is going on underneath it. Make sure the suit is not overly large, stick to your size or what feels appropriate. But, in a suit that is too big you will drowned in and it will make your breasts look even smaller. If it still doesn’t work in a larger size try another style one-piece or move on to a two-piece.
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