If you wonder why your swimwear does not last as long as you expect it to. Watch the video to find out (or go to http://www.curvysea.com/swimsuit-advice to read my article in full)
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Beautiful Brenda Hunt (finalist of the Biggest Loser 2012) has chosen Curvysea® one piece swimsuit for her appearance in the OK magazine 2013.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
According to a recent survey for plus size swimwear, the majority of plus size women prefer one piece swimwear to two piece swimwear. What is the reason for a plus size woman choosing the one piece? Mary, mother of three, said: “With one piece swimsuit, I feel more secure as I have a large tummy and the suit flatters it by tucking it in”
Claudia, 45 years old, likes one piece because she is tall and she has a large and long body “It’s impossible for me to choose two-piece bathers because of my long torso, most of them don’t even reach my belly button I do not want the risk of exposing my tummy budges while wearing them”
That’s why one piece is the best choice for plus size women. One piece plus size swimwear can come in different designs: simple and practical swimsuits; fashionable one piece or swimdresses; fashionable plus size swimsuits in one piece can have a V-shape neckline, bandeau or halter neckline with large straps to support a big bust.
Plus size swimdress has become quite popular for full figured women since the last few years. A flattering swimdress, which has empire waist, would help cover your big hips and thighs; or if you have no waist curve, a swimdress with flowing skirt would camouflage your waist, taking the main emphasis off your waistline and would make you look flatter and more attractive.
Solid colours or prints on plus size swimwear will depend on your shape and skin. There are some colours that plus size women can wear such as dark purple; red; emerald green; turquoise; navy. For the prints, stay away from bold prints on area/s that you do not want to attract the eye, say, if you have large hips or tummy, you would not want to wear a swimsuit with bold pattern/ bold flowers prints on the lower part of the swimsuit, instead, the big prints should be on the top part where you want to accentuate.
Armed with the above knowledge, you will not go wrong in finding a flattering plus size swimwear which would help you look more attractive and therefore you would gain more confidence at the beach or on your holidays.
For more swimsuit tips
For more swimsuit tips
Monday, March 4, 2013
If you have not purchased a swimwear online then this guide will give you some tips on how to buy a flattering swimsuit and how to find a good plus size swimwear website:
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Sunday, January 6, 2013
Pear shape: You have larger hips & thighs than your bust and shoulders. Choose two piece plus size swimwear (Bright print on bust top and dark coloured bottom) or empire waist swimdress.
Heart shape: Your bust and shoulders are larger than your hips and thighs. Swimdress or skirtini would do the trick because it will hide the uneven body proportion.
Hour Glass shape: You have a curvy body. Your shoulders, bust and hips, thighs are similar in size except your waist. Tankinis with halter neck and dark coloured brief will help minimize your shape.
Boy shape: with no waist and flat rear, broad shoulder. Plus size swimwear in two piece (skirtinis) with halter neck will create curve and make you look more feminine.
Monday, December 24, 2012
Curvysea Australia (Plus Size Swimwear www.curvysea.com) would like to thank all of customers for your support and wish you a safe and happy festive season!