Hourglass figures can look hot in hot pink! A twist-front neckline and all-over ruching enhance the slimming effect of a high-tech shaping suit. Croft & Barrow maillot ($96; kohls.com)
Stacy's styling tip: "A day or two before you go swimsuit shopping, slather on some self-tanner. It will help counteract the green cast in the fluorescent lighting commonly used in fitting rooms and camouflage imperfections like cellulite. Can't bear the torture of baring all in a store? Order a selection of suits and try them on in the privacy of your bedroom. Just be sure to check your rear view in a mirror!"
The decorative corset visually whittles your middle while the compression fabric does the rest. Magicsuit maillot ($172; bloomingdales.com)
Real cup sizes and sturdy, adjustable straps hold everything in place. Freya Swim bikini top ($68; nordstrom.com) and bottoms ($46; nordstrom.com)
Stacy's styling tip: "When it comes to swimwear, do accessorize to your advantage. Try a bold necklace to keep the focus on your top half or an armful of bangles to draw the eye lower. To add curves to a straighter frame, consider donning a body chain."
Graphic-print bottoms with high-cut legs bring attention to a lean lower half. Mossimo bikini top ($18; target.com) and bottoms ($20; target.com)
Look pinup pretty while keeping the girls contained in a suit with an underwire top and ruched panels. J.Crew maillot ($88; jcrew.com)
From busty to boyish, we've found 20 stylish suits to flatter every figure.
You'll score flattering swimwear in a snap (talk about a major confidence booster!) when you know what to look for. Just in time for summer, Stacy London, SHAPE's style editor-at-large, and Martina Gordon and Beckie Klein, NYC-based Style for Hire stylists, helped five women find the perfect suit for their bodytype. Steal their tips to make a splash this season!