I have an A-frame

You have narrow shoulders, a thin bust but round hips and buttocks. When you buy a swimsuit, you usually take your top one size smaller than the bottom.

The trick to follow

Flaunt your figure and draw the eye to your chest or your legs!

Advice from Mademoiselle Bikini

For the swimsuit top: go for a push-up swimsuit, preformed bandeau, underwire triangle, balconette or any other padded top that will give relief to your bust. Boost the volume! Indulge yourself with straight headbands or square necklines that will reinforce the build. Straight straps are also great for making your shoulders look wider.

For bikini bottoms: play with simple, high-cut shapes that will make your legs thinner and longer! Take it out of your mind that shapes magically disappear when covered!

For the 1-piece swimsuit: stick to the idea of ​​giving volume at the top to restore balance with the bottom. So go for the bandeau or bustier one-piece swimsuits.

To avoid : High-waisted panties, bottoms with ruffles or large bows on the sides, as well as shortys that create volume where there is already some. Horizontal lines or marked belts are also to be avoided for stockings.

Top : Seafolly neoprene triangle swimsuit
Bottom : Seafolly neoprene bikini bottom

Top : Seafolly Coral Goddess Bandeau Swimsuit
Bottom : Seafolly pleated side coral bikini bottom