How to Pick a One-Piece Bathing Suit

Learn how to pick a one-piece bathing suit from swimsuit expert Candace Draper in this Howcast video.

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Hello, My name is Candace 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 www.canyonbeachwear.com. you can find us on Facebook and twitter as well under canyonbeachwear and today we're gonna be talking about swimwear. Rhea is wearing one of canyon beachwear's most glamorous one-pieces we have. The black is classic, you can never go wrong with the black suit. See this amazing square neckline with the seam running through. That almost gives that retro look while still being extremely feminine. And this is exactly how you want to wear one-piece. Rhea's got her shoulders back, she's rocking heels and she is confidence. That's honestly the key to wearing a swimsuit. For one-pieces, it's all about the torso. You want to focus on this here; this weaving actually makes it appear longer than what she really is. The great bust-line is giving her minimal but amazing cleavage as well as these great straps. When you get shoulder straps, you get a lot less headache from neck pain and holding up and everything like that. The shoulder straps are going to give you that athletic but still the **** look that you're probably looking for while looking for one-piece. This is the suit that you can literally take from the lap pool to the pool in ****. It's a suit for all seasons, for all wear it's great. The pattern is more of a hipster; the high cuts are pretty much out. So the low cut hipster is the one which you really want to go for. It's going to give the most fabric from armpits to hip and that's going to give you most length. On the back, she has this seamless cut, it's a seamless high cut but still wide. She also has this ‘U' back with a little bit in the mid. You don't necessarily want too low cause you're not going to get the support you need. And if you get too high, it sometimes gets a little too high and feels a little stuffy. So this is a great coverage as far as the one-piece goes. So if you're looking for any kind of one-piece, you definitely, I would say stick with the solid. The solids are going to give you the most versatile and the leanest look. Any kind of print is going to be a little bit too much, depending on what kind of shape you are. So stick with the solid, a black one-piece always looks amazing.

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