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Swimwear Style Guide


Get the right swimwear style for your body shape with this easy guide on what shapes are available. We want you to look and feel great wherever you are, on the beach, by the pool or in your garden.


Swimsuit - A swimsuit is an all-in-one body suit that is flattering for all shapes and sizes. There are many different styles ranging from underwired swimsuits to halter-necks and bandeau swimsuits. 

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Tankini - A tankini is designed like a  top to give more coverage around the tummy than a bikini. They can have an underwired or soft cup top and you can mix and match bikini bottoms.

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Bikini Styles

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Balcony Bikini- A balcony bikini is very similar to a balcony bra, it will have wide set straps and underwires for great uplift and support. Ideal for most bust sizes and extremely popular for the fuller bust.

Plunge Bikini - A plunge bikini will have a low centre front just like a plunge bra. This design will accentuate the cleavage whilst still giving you support.

Triangle Bikini - The cups are shaped like triangles and offer minimal coverage to the bust. They generally have ties around the back and neck, which is perfect for catching the sun. Ideal for women below a D cup.

Halter-neck Bikini - A halter-neck bikini will have straps that tie around the neck. They show off your back and shoulders, whilst still supporting your bust.

Bandeau Bikini - A bandeau top sits horizontally across the bust and is ideal for avoiding tan lines. They generally have removable straps or no straps at all.


Bikini Bottom styles

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High Waist Brief - High waist briefs are designed to sit on your waist giving you very full coverage.

Classic Brief - The classic brief generally follows the standard bikini brief shape, with narrow sides but good full coverage.

Shorts - Shorts will sit lower on your hips for a boyish look. They give full rear coverage without coming up too high on the waist.

Tie Side Brief - This style of brief has ties on the side to create a skimpier look. It’s a great style for making your legs look longer.

Fold Brief - The fold brief is designed to be multi-functional. The fold can be lifted up to create a high waisted brief or folded down to flatter the tummy area.

Skirted Brief - This shape is perfect for adding curves to your figure, the ruffles will accentuate your lower body making your waist look smaller.

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