Look and feel great at the beach this year with the help of our swimwear style guide. Find the style specially chosen to bring out your best features and boost your confidence at the beach.
Balconette bikinis have wide set shoulder straps and a horizontal appearance to the neckline. This style is usually underwired for support and has adjustable straps. Ideal for larger cup sizes.
Plunge bikinis have a deep 'V' shape to the neckline and a lower centre front to show more cleavage. This style will give your bust great support and uplift.
Halterneck bikinis are designed with a tie at the neck. This style is often available in bandeau or plunge shape necklines.
Bandeau bikinis often have no straps or removable straps. This style is great for those that want to avoid tan lines
triangle bikini top
Triangle bikinis offer minimal coverage, the cups are triangle shape and the style often ties at the back and the neck.
Classic bikini bottoms offer good rear coverage like a brief.
Fold bikini bottoms have a flattering folding top. This style will eliminate 'muffin top' and usually offers good rear coverage.
High Waisted bottom
High waisted bikini bottoms are designed to sit at your waist.
the side bikini
Tie side bikini bottoms have ties at the hips. The tie sides often mean that there is a bit of adjustability. This style often gives lesser coverage than other bikini bottoms.
Short bikini bottoms are designed to give full rear coverage. Ideal for those seeking modesty at the beach.
Skirted bikini briefs have a pretty, ruffle top. This style creates shape to the hips, perfect for those with a boyish figure.
Tankini tops are designed to give more coverage than the traditional bikini style. Tankinis are styled to cover your tummy. They are often underwired and give more support and shaping than other swimwear styles.
Swimsuits are a one-piece swimwear style to smooth and shape your tummy, waist and hips. Swimsuits come in many styles from underwired to shaping and halterneck to bandeau.