Extra coverage, hidden tummy-firming panels and design details that offer added support are just a few of the innovations that will do your body good
The small-scale print won’t overwhelm your frame; the top supports a larger chest. Vince Camuto, $104; vincecamuto.com.
The romper style is new this season, and the kicky coverage isn’t just adorable; it’s an overlayer for the firming Lycra body underneath. Sizes up to 16. Magicsuit, $176; bloomingdales.com.
If you thought your bikini-wearing days were over, reconsider. Soft gathers on a sleek skirt provide coverage more chicly than, say, a towel wrap. Natori, $158; natori.com.
The mix of cheery blooms creates a slenderizing optical illusion. Sizes up to 18. Coldwater Creek, $110; coldwatercreek.com.
Thanks to bold color and figure-fixing ruching, a walk to the snack bar holds no peril. J.Crew, $118; jcrew.com.
Let teens floss in a string bikini. This full-coverage floral is for grownups. Lands’ End, $98; landsend.com.
The front wrap cinches the tummy, while soft interior cups offer a nonsurgical breast lift. Perry Ellis Swim, $98; californiasunshine.com.
This halter-tie tankini (the colors sunset inspired) covers up what you meant to tighten at the gym. Chaps, $88; kohls.com.
The subtle ruffles in soft lingerie shades will hide a lot, but not as much as the patented figure-firming fabric. Sizes up to 16. Magicsuit, $176; everythingbutwater.com.
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First Published Fri, 2013-04-05 14:44
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