In Palm Harbor and all of Florida, a beach-ready body is practically taken for granted. But what if little flaws are keeping you from the beach? Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you fake it.
One-piece bathing suits are perfect for hiding the stomach. Certainly not the same results as a tummy tuck and crunches, a one-piece provides coverage and can be figure-flattering via cut, seaming, construction, and strategically placed ruching.
Muffin top? Consider a banded hipster bathing suit bottom, which eliminates that bulge over the waist because it sits softly on the stomach. And a side-tie hipster can be adjusted for a better fit.
Large breasted? Halter tops, whether as part of a two-piece or one-piece can add lift and support for larger breasts, even if it doesn’t have underwire. Another suit you may wish to consider is a bandeau bikini, which provides extra coverage, especially if you don’t want to show off too much cleavage. If you’re continually bothered by your larger breasts, ask Dr. Moraitis about a breast reduction.
Until you see Dr. Moraitis for a thigh lift, a skirted one-piece or bikini bottom can disguise cellulite on thighs and butt. Choose one that ends at the widest part of your thighs.