Balconette — For larger chested women, this swimsuit comes with a built-in support system to keep your gals looking good (and your back feeling better) on the beach. For smaller chested ladies, the balconette also does wonders in making you seem fuller than you are. Win-win!
'70s Stripes — Printed swimsuits in general are a great idea for those of us whose bodies aren't made of marble, but with an all-over stripe in retro-quirky colors, it can be cool as well.
Fringe — You're not the type of pool party attendee to just sit there the whole time, so pick a swimsuit that moves as much as you do. Not only does it add a bit of volume on top, but it also looks really cool fluttering in the wind when you're cannon-balling into the deep end.
Mismatched Sets — You totally understand how mixing prints works, and you can definitely bring your knowledge to swimsuits. Mix and match your existing pairs, or go for brands that sell mismatched bikinis. It's an insouciant, carefree style statement that makes a lot of practical sense, too!
Peplum — For ladies who want to create the illusion of curvier hips, a peplum can definitely work wonders. Pick a suit with a smaller flip for just a hint of sass or one with a fuller skirt to help smooth things out and turn things up.
Under-Bra Peekaboo — Though it may not work for every chest size, the under-bra peekaboo swimsuit is super flattering. While you may not consider yourself a monokini-style swimsuit gal, a skin-showing panel on your sternum is a low-stakes cutout since it's usually the most toned part of your body. Just make sure the cups keep your gals in place — no underboob, please!