If you are a fashionista, then you must know all about swimwear styles as well as styles. But more people still encounter a lot of difficult words when buying swimwear in online stores. Please read the following article for yourself and you will understand what is monokini, what is string bikini, and so on and so forth.


First we distinguish from the broad categories of swimwear:

  • Bikini ----- A bikini is a two----piece women's bathing suit that resembles a bra and panties in shape.
  • Tankini ---- The tankini is a swimsuit combining a tank top and a bikini bottom.
  • One-piece Swimsuit ---- the one-piece swimsuit is usually a skin-tight garment that covers the torso, except maybe the back or upper chest.
  • Monokini ---- A monokini is a one----piece swimsuit with cutouts in the midsection, with the back looking similar to a bikini due to the lack of fabric connecting the top and bottom.
  • Plus-Size ---- Like the name it has, a large size swimsuit designed for full-figured women. Can be one-piece or two-piece.
  • Cruve ---- Like Plus Size, Cruve is a swimsuit designed for fuller women, with a bolder and more trendy style.
  • Microkini ---- A microkini, including subgenres like minikini, minimini and tear-drop, is an extremely meager bikini.It contains many different styles and characteristics


Top Style

  • Triangle ---- Triangle bikinis are perhaps one of the most common bikini designs.While there are some variations in terms of how bottoms and tops may look like, triangles are the most common shape, especially for tops. If you’re looking for extreme bikinis, in particular, you might notice that models usually rely on triangle shape as the basis. Just check our online shop to see how they look.
  • Scoop ---- Scoop The biggest feature is that the collar reveals the skin in the shape of a shovel.
  • Bandeau(bandeaukini) ---- A bandeaukini (alternatively called a bandini)is a bandeau top (no straps going over the shoulders) worn with any bikini bottom.
  • Banded Halter Top ---- A halter bikini top that with a wide elastic band under the bust to give added support.
  • Board Shorts ---- Boardshorts are a type of swimwear and casual wear in the form of relatively long loose-fitting shorts that are designed to be quick-drying and are generally made from strong and smooth polyester or nylon material.
  • Bra Top ---- Bra tops are supported with horizontal elastic strips, molded cups, or underwire. Boning in a swimsuit top refers to a plastic or metal seam placed in the side of the suit that provides additional structure and support. This is commonly found in bandeau and strapless tops.
  • Fauxkini ---- Faux Tankini. Similar to the tankini, but the top is longer than the tankini, and some styles can hang down to the knee.
  • Halter Top ---- A swimsuit style where the straps of the top go around the back of the neck and hang around the neck.
  • Keyhole ---- The top front of the swimsuit will reveal a hole for accentuating the figure.
  • V Wire Bandeau ---- Tops with underwire that converge along the lower edge of the top in the middle of the chest and form an inverted V shape.
  • Sport Top ---- A swimsuit top in the form of a sports tank top.

Bottoms Style

  • Board Shorts ---- Made into a bottom in the form of men's beach pants.
  • Brazilian ---- A very bold style that covers the body with very little fabric to show off the maximum figure.
  • Full Bottom ---- The undershirt wraps well around the hips.
  • High-Waist Bottom ---- A high-waisted swimsuit with the lower waistline usually located at the edge of the belly button.
  • Hipster Bottom ---- A more standard bikini style bottom.
  • Skirt bottom ---- Swimsuit Bottom is in the form of a short skirt

Swimsuits Print Pattern

  • Solid ---------------- Swimwear made of one color fabric
  • Floral ---------------- The main pattern of the swimsuit is a floral pattern
  • Abstract ---------------- The pattern of the swimsuit is not clearly more abstract
  • Graphic ---------------- The pattern of the swimsuit is a simple graphic composition
  • Tropical ---------------- The patterns of the swimsuits are mostly composed of tropical plants or unique landscapes
  • Stripes ---------------- Striped swimwear
  • Color Block ---------------- The patterns that make up the swimsuit are color blocks
  • Splice ---------------- Multiple colors of fabric by stitching together
  • Geometric ---------------- The graphics that make up the swimsuit pattern are common geometric shapes, such as triangles, squares, circles, etc.
  • Animal Print ---------------- Animal pattern swimwear
  • Dots ---------------- Large and small dots form the pattern
  • Tie-Dye ---------------- a hand method of producing patterns in textiles by tying portions of the fabric or yarn so that they will not absorb the dye.
  • Camo ---------------- Camouflage pattern
  • Plaid & Check ----------------Plaid pattern
  • National Flag ---------------- The main pattern composed of the national flag
  • Leaf ---------------- Leaf patterns of various plants
  • Fruit Print ---------------- Various fruit patterns, lemons, bananas, oranges, etc.
  • Lattice ---------------- It is the plaid pattern
  • Leopard ---------------- Fashionable and seductive leopard print

Wearing scenes

  • Beachwear ---------------- Casual swimwear suitable for wearing at the beach
  • Surf ---------------- Suitable as a swimsuit for surfing activities, the sleeves are usually long and have a zipper
  • Competitive Swim ---------------- The swimsuit is usually a one----piece swimsuit that is worn when swimming as a sport, making the body more flexible when exercising.

Size

  • Regular size ---------------- Most people choose the standard size swimsuit
  • Plus Size Swimwear ---------------- Plus size swimsuits for plump women
  • Maternity swimwear ---------------- Specially designed swimsuits for pregnant women, usually with more fabric on the chest and abdomen
  • Cruve ---------------- A swimsuit designed for fuller women with more fashionable style
  • Children's swimwear ---------------- Swimwear designed for children of all ages
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