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How to Pick a Tankini

Learn how to pick a tankini from swimsuit expert Candace Draper in this Howcast video.


Hello, My name is Candance Draper and I'm a fit expert here at Canyon Beachwear. Everyone that works here at Canyon Beachwear is a fit expert. We know everything there is to know about bikinis. It's kinda eat, breath, sleep bikinis. So we're like the girlfriend you forgot to bring into the store. You can also find us online or at you can find us on Facebook and twitter as well under canyonbeachwear and today we're gonna be talking about swimwear. This is exactly how you should wear a tankini. Ashley has on the over the shoulder, this is a Kenneth Cole and its got the rueshing on the sides. So she could take it and make it larger if she needs to, or bring it down and make it a little less. It also has the bra strap support, so your not going to have any kinda pain around the neck. She also has the ruffle detail in the front, which matches the bottoms. The great thing about this tankini is you can pull it down and cover if you need to. Or you can bring it up if you want it to bring out the break out between the bottom and the top. Its a tie side keyhole bikini. Which shows the circle in the middle and you can still adjust it. So it can still go larger or smaller if need be. The back of this suit is gonna be a higher back. Its going to hit right at your shoulder blades, so you get that full coverage that most majority of people are looking for in tankinis. You get the adjustable straps so she can adjust it if needed and the bottom if a full coverage bottom. Kenneth Cole does a really good job in making sure the fit is perfect as well as the coverage. On Mariah we have sunsets, which is one of our signature brands. It has the twist front which is very flattering for all bust types. It also has a great underwire, which is why we have the support straps here. SO your gonna have the bra strap support but you can also unhook them and make it a band out if you like. Or if you have a bigger bust you can criss cross it the back to give yourself that extra bit of support. The bottom is a little high waisted and it's seamless so Its really nice, so this top you can't see it. We matched this with a cobalt blue bottom so you want to break up the material sometimes with the tankinis. The whole point is not to be in a one piece. So if you do a pattern and then a solid, it breaks it out so its not like your in one piece.

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