Guide language: swimsuit exposes figure already, also use to decorate figure. Choosing the right swimsuit starts with knowing your body shape. Introduce 8 kinds of common female body type below: the pear-shaped figure with narrow top and wide bottom? H-shaped body that's the same width up and down? Small breasts? Too big? ... Don't worry, there's a swimsuit just for you! Pear shape Features: Medium chest, narrow waist, wide crotch. What suits you: Pear-shaped figures are best for accentuating the waistline rather than underlining it. It is recommended that the bra section of your bathing suit be bright and keep the focus on your upper body. You can also opt for speedos with a belt or pleated top to cushion the crotch effect. Inverted triangle shape Features: Athletic broad shoulders, thin waist, not protruding hips, even thighs. The swimsuit for you: Avoid bikini bras that hang around the neck, which can make your shoulders look bigger. Opt for a bra with removable straps or a strapless bikini. The swim trunks stand out the better: bright colors, flounces, and exaggerated patterns that draw attention to your flat belly and toned legs. Swimming trunks with bows on the sides are your best friend because they balance out your slender crotch Straight figure Features: Lack of projecting crotch, hips and chest, lack of curve. Your swimsuit: Avoid pole shapes. Choose swimsuits that are cut to accentuate the waistline. Exposing the skin on both sides of the stomach for an exquisite visual effect. Nude or light-colored bikinis can give you a sexy, sporty look. You can also wear very flamboyant swimsuits that accentuate your bust and waistline. Calabash figure Features: Also like an hourglass, full at the top, thin at the waist, wide at the crotch. The swimsuit that works for you: This is the ideal figure, so you'll look great in just about anything, so be bold with neon, strapless, or whimsically patterned swimsuits. It doesn't matter if your bra and trunks are not the same. Slim figure Features: Small upper circumference, waist and shoulder width, waist slightly thin, long legs. The swimsuit that Works for you: Like a gourd shape, any swimsuit you wear will work for you. What you're good for: You can pull off a bikini triangle like no one else because the top line isn't prominent. Half obese Features: overall roundness, upper circumference, thighs and belly protruding. Your swimsuit: Hides your tummy while highlighting your curves. It is recommended to choose high waist swimming trunks to cover your belly and highlight your waistline to perfect your curves. You can also wear a one-piece with geometric patterns and a bulging waistline. Pleated swimsuits are also good. Big breasts The problem: You've got your eye on a bikini with a beautiful pattern, but the shop assistant quickly throws cold water on you: there's no style larger than a C-cup. What's right for you: A d-cup to F-cup plus-size swimsuit doesn't have to be a mama's size. It is recommended to wear a supportive bathing suit with straps and underwire, so that you will not be embarrassed while playing beach volleyball. Small breasts Characteristics: For women with small breasts, wearing a swimsuit can be a challenge. In fact, padded or pouched swimsuits aren't the only options, and they're neither comfortable nor fashionable. The that works for you: Cleverly tailored swimsuits are recommended. The good thing about having small breasts is that you can wear those really sexy swimsuits without going overboard. Without belt wipe bosom, the material of model form and psychedelic design, let small bosom also self-confidence rise.