Many Youtubers have been wearing Albion Fit swimwear for the last couple of years raging about their high quality, modesty and overall chic style. Before jumping into this post, no, this post is not sponsored by Albion Fit. The key to feeling and looking confident in a swimsuit is knowing what body type you have and wearing a suit that excentuates it.
Looking on the website itself they have three categories to help customers choose the right suit: petite friendly, busty friendly, and long torso friendly. While this does not cover the wide array of body types out there it is a good start and excellent marketing stance. As your go to curly haired fashionista I am going to further assist you in picking out the best suit for each body type, don’t worry.
Floral Me Fit
This bikini is not on any of their guides so let me help ya’ll out here. The bold print and extra flowy top suits those with a smaller bust, it enhances the chest size while drawing the eye towards it and away from the midsection. Perfect bikini bottoms anyone? Ruching side detail with the overall bunching on the midsection provides a flattering slimmer belly. Ugh… adding these to my cart now.
Stripe Me Lovely
Also not included on the guides, this one is also perfect for those with a smaller chest but more of an overall rectangle figure. The tie detail on the front as well as the vertical stripes create a curvy figure. Notice the detail of the stripes on the side of the suit this is not a flaw! Creating the triangle lines on the side aid against a flat shape thus making the booty look larger than it is.
Busty and petite this one is for you. The single slim vertical lines create a distraction to draw attention away from the bust. The horizontal midsection breaks apart the one piece to mimic a longer torso. With the open back it also aids in the illusion of a longer torso plus the tie is a cute detail.
If you are tired of appearing flat in a one piece try one that ties in the front with a little peek a boo detail. Similar to the one previously mentioned, a cut detail in the front or back pairs well with petite princesses since it breaks up the top and bottom to produce longer lines. The large floral print also assists in drawing the eye up to the chest rather than towards the mid section.
Ruch Me Baby
On the list for both long torso and busty gals this one is too cute! Ruching on the front helps distract from both the midsection and bust, while prompting a shorter torso. Don’t worry, the straps can be pulled up or off the shoulder to provide support when you need it or a more girly flare. Go for larger prints whenever you want to distract from a long torso and for those petite princesses like me, run far away from this style.
Disclaimer: All photos are from the Albion Fit’s website and all links provided are for your own value. This is in no way a sponsored post.