Different Types Of Swimsuits & Bikini To Wear At Beaches
Now that we can travel the world, swimsuits are a concern all year round.
With the development of online shopping, you can buy new swimwear regardless of the season.
Let’s make yourself shine with a swimsuit or bikini that suits you, by keeping track of the parts you want to show, the parts you don’t want to show, and the trends. But first of all, you must know various shape of swimwear. So is the full list of Different Types Of Swimsuits & Bikini To Wear At Beaches…
A tube-top type bikini with a horizontally elongated strip instead of a triangle bra.
Twisted Bandeau Bikini
A tube-top bandeau bikini with a twisted front.
V wire bandeau
One of the tube-top type bandeau bikinis, it is a swimsuit with a V-shaped cut in the front part made of wire.
Ribbon bikini (bow bikini)
It is a generic name for bikinis with ribbons, but you can see a wide range of bikinis. From those that are only tied at the front of the top to those with large ribbons as a design.
A bikini-type swimsuit with a triangular top fabric.
Generic name for bikini-type swimwear made of very small fabric for both the top and bottom.
A bikini-type swimsuit that originated in Brazil and is made of fabric with a small area on both the top and bottom. And tends to emphasize the hip line in particular.
Tie side bikini
A bikini swimsuit that ties the sides together.
A bikini whose top looks like an eyepatch made of square cloth.
Boy leg bikini
Women’s short pants with a shallow leg cut that looks like hot pants, and the hem is cut almost horizontally like men’s underwear.
Low rise (hip hang) bikini
Women’s pants that have a shallow rise (from the crotch to the waist). And are not limited to swimwear, but a name that indicates the characteristics of the pants as a whole.
Monokini (connected bikini)
A swimsuit that looks like a bikini from the back and a one-piece dress from the front.
A separate type of swimsuit that has a tank top or camisole shape on the top and is separated from the bottom.
A tankini with a loose silhouette around the waist on the top side.
Keyhole Swimsuit (Peekaboo)
A swimsuit with a space between the bust of the top or between the top and bottom.
Halter Neck Bikini
A bikini type swimsuit that is fixed by tying or hooking the string behind the neck.
Crochet Tassel Bikini
A crocheted bikini is cotton thread knitted swimsuit with lots of tassels attached with it.
Cross Halter Bikini
A bikini-type swimsuit in which the strings are crossed in front of the neck and then tied or hooked behind the neck.
A bikini swimsuit that crosses the bust of the top and the waist of the bottom.
High Neck Swimsuit
It is a type of swimsuit that covers the bust part with cloth to a high position. And while it has a high holding power and a sense of security. There are also designs that can appeal femininity with transparency such as lace.
A bikini with a design that exposes the shoulders without fastening the top with shoulder straps, emphasizing the décolletage line and giving off a feminine look.
A bikini with a design that covers the top and bottom with frilled cloth. Which makes the bust appear wider and has the effect of making the waistline appear thinner.
Bikini decorated with string or string-like cloth bundled or tufted.
It’s about layered bikinis, but (mainly) wearing a more revealing swimsuit inside the bottom can give an impression of protruding and create a sexy look.
Lace up (swimwear)
It is a swimsuit with a design that is tightened (laced up) by alternating strings. And is often seen not only in bikinis but also in dresses.
A one-piece swimsuit with a very deep cut between the bust.
Tank suit (maillot)
A swimsuit that combines a long top like a tank top or running shirt and shorts.
Upper-body wear for children and adults mainly used for marine sports such as diving, surfing. And personal watercraft for the purpose of sun protection (UV protection). Protection from scratches, harmful organisms such as jellyfish, and heat retention.
A type of thermal and protective wear that covers the entire body with a rubber fabric. That is used underwater or on the water, often seen in surfing, scuba diving, etc.
A swimsuit designed for Muslim women that exposes only the face and the tips of the hands and feet.
On the back of a women’s swimsuit, the strap is fixed in a V shape at a point on the underside between the shoulder blades.
Racing back (X back)
A design seen in competitive swimming suits in which the armholes are cut extremely large on the back of women’s swimwear. And the center of the back is narrowed to increase the mobility of the upper arms.
A swimsuit that has a strap fixed at a point on the underside between the shoulder blades on the back of the swimsuit and that also has an opening underneath.
Back cross strap
A design that crosses the straps (shoulder straps) on the back, and can be seen on swimwear, innerwear, tops, dresses, etc.
A back style that covers the back and suppresses exposure.
The back is open and the straps (shoulder straps) are separated and connected, making it easy to put on and take off.
The straps (shoulder straps) are connected at the center of the back, making it easy to hold and prevent the straps (shoulder straps) from slipping.
Cross back bikini
Back style with crossed straps (shoulder straps) for easy attachment and detachment.
A general term for swimwear and underwear with a T-shaped back.
Swimsuits and underwear with string-like backs.
Swimsuits and underwear with a bottom that draws a small inverted triangle with a V-shaped upper back.
A swimsuit or underwear with an extremely small cloth area (especially the back).
So here is the wrap of this article ”Different Types Of Swimsuits & Bikini To Wear At Beaches”. Choose your favorite styles for your upcoming vacation among all 42 bikini styles. Pictures attached in this article are from Pinterest.
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