7 Ways to Address Common Body Issues when Wearing a Bikini ...

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With summer approaching, woman everywhere are wondering about the ways to address common body issues when wearing a bikini.

We all want to wear one but it can be difficult to feel totally confident when we have hang ups about our bodies.

Luckily, you can still wear bikinis but you just have to know which tops and bottoms will flatter your body the most.

Here are a few suggestions on ways to address common body issues when wearing a bikini.

1. Belly

Belly

Solution: High waisted bikini bottoms

High waisted bikini bottoms are one of the ways to address common body issues when it comes to having a belly.3

High waisted bikini bottoms are becoming common and are easily available at both department stores and swim suit specialty stores.

Plus, high waisted bottoms are perfect for hiding a β€œpooch” and sucking everything in.

Finally, they give a vintage look to your bathing suit, which is a great way to stand out!

2. Short Legs

Short Legs

Solution: French cut bikini bottoms

Look for bikini bottoms that are high waisted but also have a high cut, which exposes more of your thigh.

The more of your legs we can see, the longer they will appear.

On the other hand, bikini bottoms that are cut straight will add bulk to your legs and make them look shorter.

3. Small Breasts

Small Breasts

Solution: Push up bikini top

For a while, I thought only bras came in push up style.

Now I know that bikini tops can also come in the push up variety.

In addition, many bikini tops come with removable padding so you have the option to either have a little extra push or not.

4. Small/flat Butt

Small/flat Butt

Solution: Bikini bottoms with ruching at the back2

If you didn’t get a chance to squeeze in some squats before heading out in a bikini, bikini bottoms with ruching on the butt is a great alternative to looking like you have a bigger butt.

Ruching adds bulk to fabric, ultimately giving an optical illusion of a bigger behind.

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