Swimwear Style Report: Michaela Jedinak UK Stylist Bring
Michaela Jedinak returns to give you some fashion advice. While the “Celebrity Style Slam” and ” Red Carpet Reviews” are great when celebrities are out and about, we don’t always get the assistance of a stylist to help us select the best styles for ourselves- nor do we have the time or $$ to go out and buy the things we need. Michaela to the rescue with her guidance on
How to find the best swimsuit for your body-type!!
Before you can purchase fashionable forward swimwear, you need to understand what works best for your body type so that you can identify the fashion trends that work with you and not against you.
Here are the various body types:
Here is some basic guidelines:
1. Patterns: Straight bodylines look better in geometric designs while florals work best on curvy figures. It’s also important to remember the scale of the pattern. Many swimwear designers go over the top and use large scale patterns. The larger patterns might look fantastic on the hanger, realize that no matter what your body shape, they’ll add pounds.
2. Show off your bust: Women with a small bust are good with details such as patterns or details e.g. bows, knots, accessories around the bust line. Bigger tops are best to enlarge them. Women with a good bust should opt for types that are nicely with fitted around bust without any fussy details. Women with a large bust should opt for monochromatic or solid colors rather than patterns.
3. Lovely legs: If you want to give the impression of longer legs choose a bikini or one-piece with a high cut leg will draw attention to the fullest part of your thigh.
4. It’s all in the details.
Rectangles with little definition will look great in a one-pieces suit with some hip or bust details.
If you are pear shaped, go styles with detail above the waistline, don’t be tempted to wear something with a skirt or frill as it will draw attention to your hips.
If you are a triangle, avoid halter neck styles it will just draw attention to your broader shoulder line.
All of the items are taken from Net- a- Porter: and www.figleaves.com
Swimwear for Inverted Triangle —1
Swimwear for Inverted Triangle –2
Swimwear for Lean Column 1
Swimwear for Lean Column 2
Swimwear for Rectangle 1
Swimwear for Rectangle 2
Swimwear for Apple 1
Swimwear for Apple 2
Swimwear for Pear 1
Swimwear for Pear 2
Swimwear for Neat Hourglass 1
Swimwear for Neat Hourglass 2
Swimwear for Full Hourglass 1
Swimwear for Full Hourglass 2
There are obviously more styles in swimwear and if you have a question, reach out to Michaela Jedinak via her website. She is happy to answer your questions as she has the time to get to them (this is a very busy time for her right now!)
Michaela Jedinak is the founder of JOY OF COLOUR, The Colour and Style Consultancy. She work as a stylist and personal shopper in London and internationally. Michaela offeres one on one consultations and is now providing online and interactive services who live far away or don’t have the time to come in for personal consults. http://www.joyofcolour.com/service_overview.html works with women and men at all age groups.
Check out Michaela’s commentaries here on LA-Story.com– she’s spot on when it comes to the pluses and minuses of an outfit.
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