7 Plus Size Bathing Suit Rules You Never Ever Have to Follow
Especially those guidelines casted upon plus size women and the plus size style community. I guess you can lock me up now because the weather is warming up, the beach is calling my name, and its time to break some plus size bathing fit guidelines that you shouldn't have to follow to begin with.
There are so many methods to work around the guidelines of plus size fashion, and swimsuit is just another category large size women are knocking down and flawlessly dominating. I indicate, simply take a look at Miss Ashley Graham, who can effortlessly rock a gold lame two-piece. I might not have the stylist and cash like Graham, I can certainly have her self-confidence when I stroll along the sand.
In my mind, there’s only one guideline to follow when it comes to swimwear use the swimsuit that makes you smile. You're bound to be bombarded with absurd rules over the summer season. Here are some plus size bathing suit rules you need to throw out this summer, along with your ended sun block.
1. Use Black
Not saying the Morticia Adam appearance isn't really hot, but you do not have to be limited to one color. Instead opt for a match much like this Nakimuli intense multi-color one-piece ($ 130).
2. Cover Your Cellulite
Why? There is nothing incorrect with embracing your cellulite, have a piece of pizza, and taking pleasure in life.
3. Use A Swim dress
Forget the swim dress from the past. If you’re going to use a swim dress for a bit more protection, rock a playful cut like this Bohemian swim dress ($ 111) from Becca.
4. Big Prints Are Bad
This is swimsuit, not job interview. Have some fun with funky prints and motifs, like this rooster-patterned match ($ 56) from Rue 107.
5. Avoid Cut Outs
Strategically positioned cut outs can make a match both stylish and sexy. The coverage is still there and a little bit of skin is an added benefit. Start with something subtle, like this cutout swimsuit ($ 33) from Forever 21.
6. Stay Away fromMetallic
Shine bright this summertime with metal swimwear. Shimmering tones, like in this gold bikini ($ 54) from Swim Sexy, compliment all skin tones and types wonderfully.
7. You Can’t Be Sexy On the Beach
I think nobody informed the fashion authorities that large size women bring hot to the beach, poolside, cabana, and wet bar. Whether it's a hot cut, color, or commination of the two like this white tie swimsuit ($95) from Swim Thick, you can bring sexy any place you go this summertime.