Swimsuit Problems and their Solutions 

It's always a good day to go to the beach in a new bikini! What's not so much fun are all the strange swimsuit fit concerns that can arise when you obtain your new gear. We all face several challenges when going to the beach due to our bathing costumes, ranging from one-pieces missing in curves to droopy bikini bottoms.

But don't be discouraged; there are solutions to your issues! It's all about finding the proper swimwear for your body, which won't cause the problems you're having. We'll go over some frequent problems and how you can solve them by switching up your bikini or one-piece style at the beach. Give these a shot, and you'll find that whatever problem you have will be a thing of the past (and you'll forget it was ever a problem)!

Straps Digging into Your Skin 

Solution: If the straps of your bikini top are digging into your shoulders, it's time to size up. It's likely that the top is too tiny. A bikini top with larger straps or a fashionable halter top that ties around your neck are also options.

Straps Digging into Your Skin

Straps Digging into Your Skin 

Weird Tan Lines 

Solution: Suits with unexpected cutouts, wacky straps, and wild designs have been all the rage in recent years—as evidenced by your Instagram feed! Bold suits make a statement, but they can also result in unsightly tan lines. To retain an even tan throughout summer, choose a strapless one-piece suit or a bandeau top with removable straps, whether you're attempting to balance out the effects of these suits or avoiding them in the first place. Also, don't forget to put on the sunscreen!

A bikini that exposes more skin than you'd want 

Solution: Bikinis are known for being the only swimming suit that allows you to show off your entire body. The issue is that you may feel like baring less at times, which is fine. Swap your triangle bikini top with a solid-colored midkini, tankini, or off-the-shoulder crop top that matches your existing bikini bottom. Replace the bottom with a high-waisted bottom, swim shorts, or a swim skirt if you want to keep the bikini top.

Bloated stomach 

Solution: We're all a touch bloated now and then. Bloat happens for various reasons, including PMS, dehydration, and that once-in-a-lifetime conch burger at lunch. Choose a suit with ruching or hanging around the midsection for a flattering fit from every angle. 

Karla Blue Flowers One Piece

Karla Blue Flowers One Piece

Lack of support.

Solution: From our husbands to our pals, our high-heeled shoes, to our swimwear tops, we all need a little extra help now and then! To keep your girls where you want them, look for swimsuit tops with underwire and broad, adjustable straps.

Feeling uninspired.

Solution: Finding a bikini top that holds its shape and remains in place for small-busted ladies might be difficult. The most straightforward solution is padding, which is a classic for a reason. ISHINE365 Tops are designed to flatter and provide a little additional to your outfit.

Aldea Mandarino Bikini Top

Aldea Mandarino Bikini Top

Athlete's Wardrobe Malfunction

Summer sports are a lot of fun! Wardrobe mishaps, on the other hand, aren't. With a full-coverage swimsuit, you may surf, dive, snorkel, and swim without fear this summer. Swimsuits with a high neck, as well as racerback or crisscross designs, provide the most support. If you plan on being especially active, avoid suits that rely on string ties or have narrow covering.

 Full-coverage swimsuit

 Full-coverage swimsuit

High-waisted bottoms make you look like you're wearing diapers.

Solution: If you want to wear a high-waisted bottom but don't want it to look like a diaper, we have some advice for you! Purchasing a high-waisted bottom with side cutouts is an excellent way to prevent this issue.

This will add negative space to the design, making it look less blocky and diaper-like. Another excellent choice is a style with a high-cut and a V-cut waist. These minor variations in the pattern of the bikini bottom will significantly impact how it fits you. These angled lines provide more movement for the eye to follow, avoiding the diaper effect.

Legs that are too short 

Solution: It's actually rather simple to make your legs appear longer. Play with the cuts and dimensions of your bathing suits to achieve longer-looking limbs. Choosing a high-cut bottom is one of the best ways to make your legs appear longer.

This higher leg cut draws the attention upwards and reveals more skin, creating the impression of longer legs. Bottoms with a tie-string are another fantastic way to lengthen your legs. This sort of swim bottom has a smaller side part that will show off more skin and give the impression of a smaller bikini bottom.

Fitting Room Fatigue

It is a problem that needs to be solved. Don't like trying on bikinis in stores? You're not the only one who feels this way. Look online for a more relaxing shopping experience. You may examine this season's hottest trends from the comfort of your couch and have them shipped directly to you without ever having to step foot in a crowded mall or dressing room.

There's also no need to stress about getting the correct fit on the internet. Simply grab a tape measure and consult the charts, and you'll be set to go! Different ideas on getting the right bathing suit size can be found in our women's swimsuit sizing guide.

Online Shopping

Online Shopping

Curves missing from one-pieces

Solution: One-piece swimsuits are one of the most comfortable swimwear options for the beach. However, if you're naturally poor in that department, they may fail to supply you with curves. There are a few styles that will be your best friends if you want to add some movement to your body while still wearing a one-piece.

Swimsuits with belts, especially ruched ones, are a perfect answer for this problem. This will draw attention to your body's core, while the ruching creates texture and movement for the eye to follow, giving the illusion of curves! If you're feeling braver, a piece with cutouts is a terrific way to generate movement while also allowing for negative space and attracting the eye to your center.

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With love, the Ishine team.