C.Z. Falconer and How To Find Your Perfect Bathing Suit

C.Z. Falconer

Bathing suit season is here and you might be asking yourself the the inevitable question,     ” What will I wear !? ” Fashion News Live has you covered. Celebs such as Kendra, Blake Lively, Leighton Meester and Heidi Klum are all turning to C.Z. Falconer

How To Find Your Perfect Suit

A. Know your body type ?

1. Height ?

Short: Go for a high-waisted bottom when rocking a two piece, to elongate your torso.

2. Busty?

Accentuate the lower half of your body with ruffles and rouching. Stay away from these in the upper half of the bathing suit.

3. No Hips?

Create them – with ties on the side.

4. No Butt?

Again, create it w/ ruffles or rouching on the backside of the suit.

5. Shy ?

Opt for a one piece with the above guidelines

Last but not least, do not forget your sunscreen!! Remember, age gracefully ? or not ?

* Images Courtesy of Pistol & Stamen PR

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