Since I had my first kiddo, otherwise known as my GIANT baby, two-piece swimsuits have pretty much been off the table. He did quite a number on my midsection. I'm sure most of you fellow mamas know what I'm talking about. Thankfully one piece swimsuits nicely cover up that patch of stretched skin or I might have never gone swimwear shopping again.
Sure, I COULD wear a bikini, but I simply don't want to. I'm much more comfortable in one pieces and, luckily, there are countless, cute one-piece options available. Whether you're a prints lover or more of a solids girl, I've rounded up a slew of swimsuits from Figleaves, Cleo by Panache and Long Tall Sally, which are designed with long torsos in mind, that I think should please just about everyone. Personally, I'm having trouble picking a favorite. The prints are so darn cute and the solid black numbers are crazy sexy no?
Betty Halter One-Pieces Swimsuit / Tuscany Spot Tummy Control Swimsuit / Carmen by Bandeau One-Piece Swimsuit / / Metal Trim Bandeau Swimsuit / Hello Sailor Bandeau Swimsuit / Tuscany Stripe Macrame Tummy Control Swimsuit / Icon Lattice Back Shaping Swimsuit
What I love most about one piece swimsuits is that you can go be as modest or as daring as you want. You could go for full coverage and rock a retro number or you could opt for a more figure baring maillot. As you can see, I'm partial to halter neck deep v and sweetheart neckline styles myself. They're a full chested girl's best friends. Haha! Support is the name of the game ladies!
Are you a one-piece kinda girl or are bikinis still your jam?
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