Figure Is Necessary To Creators That Include Vix Swimwear

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Anytime a woman has to go shopping for a swimsuit, it can be a dreaded venture that leaves them feeling more depressed and disheartened than ever before. This is because the human shape changes over time but the transformation is rarely noticed because it's covered in clothing. Put on a bathing suit, however, and little is left to the imagination. Brazil native Paula Hermanny, designer of Vix swimwear, understands this and has produced a line that will make a woman look sexy and feel great regardless of her size or shape.

The newest changes in today's lines are more coverage as well as better construction in the bra area in order to ensure support for swimwear. More stylish and mature prints and patterns as well as vibrant colors in solids provide options that new and bold. Additionally, embellishments such as ruching, cut-outs, rings, and beads help enhance the best features of each body type while providing distractions for attributes one would rather hide.

Unlike in the past, Hermanny and many other designers believe that skimpy is not always the best choice. The new philosophy is that even with coverage, a woman can still look and feel sexy. Unlike those with the perfect body who look great in everything they wear, those with flaws would rather not display everything and they can still look great with the right swimsuit.

The Adri, for example, comes with a multi-colored halter top and bottoms with navy accents and gold ring embellishments. This would also be a perfect alternative for those with larger breasts due to the wider strap around the neck and fuller coverage on top. Good construction in the bra and adequate support is extremely important especially for those with larger breasts.

The tummy area can be especially problematic for many especially as they get older. If this is the problem looking at one piece styles, the Biarritz is a perfect option. Solid black styles provide sophistication especially when detailed with 23K gold plated embellishments. Additionally a deep v-neck will help draw the eye up toward the face. Tankinis are also popular but avoiding boy shorts is important since they make the bottom look bigger than it is.

Pear shaped women need more control but usually have an hourglass shape that helps to detract the eye. A higher cut leg makes the torso look longer and the body to appear slimmer. A perfect style for this shape, for example, would be the Laura ruffle cutout one piece suit. Not only is it made with an exotic python print which is popular this year but the ruffles along the deep v-neckline, cutout sides, and bright pink bead embellishments help detract the eye from areas that are less than ideal.

Although many women are used to selecting the size they normally wear, in bathing suits fit is more important. A primary consideration should be the ability to move which will generate a level of confidence. Although many skimpy suits are still popular, many designers are now taking individual body styles into consideration in the new line. Fortunately, animal prints are in vogue which are perfect for reducing the look of flaws.

This year's swim season promises to be sexy, exciting, and filled with surprises thanks to designers like Paula Hermanny and the Vix swimwear collection. The variety is better than ever and many now include much needed accessories such as beach bags, cover ups, sunglass, and hats. Rather than dread the thought of going shopping for this year's swimwear, you can enter the store with confidence knowing that designers are now creating options that are perfect for any body shape.

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