Choosing Swimwear:
When buying a swimsuit consult with the sales persons.
They will be able to point out which brand will fit your figure the best.
Each brand fits differently. e.g. One pieces can vary in the torso length, have various leg lines, offer cup size options in the bust, and different back heights.
Any style with ruching on the front panel will flatter the tummy line.
Side contrasting panels define the silhouette. Suits with a plain dark bottom will fine down the hip area.
Skirted swimsuits are more modest, but remember the skirts float when the wearer is swimming. Not a good choice for an avid swimmer.
Chlorine resist lycra suits are designed to be more resistant to chlorine which breaks down the lycra. A good choice for those who swim mostly in pools.

Tankini tops and a separate brief are an option. Bright patterned tops are flattering teamed with a darker pant. There are several style choices for tankini briefs.
Look for suits made from Italian Lycra, that are front lined and have lined crotch areas.
These are all tips a swimsuit specialist can share you.
Choose a swimsuit that you feel stylish and confident in.
Caring for your Swimsuit:
Swimsuits are made from Lycra. Lycra is a hollow fibre. Chlorine and sand can get caught in the fabric.
Always:
Rinse your swimwear in lots of cold water, swirl the garment about to release the sand and salt.
Hang to dry inside out in the shade to prevent fading.
NEVER:
Put in the dryer.