Tips for buying a tiny swimsuit include choosing a suit that is comfortable and avoiding a halter-style swimsuit if a person with a large cup size intends to exercise on the beach. While a swimsuit without strings emphasizes the hips and makes the hips look larger, a swimsuit with strings makes hips look long and lean.
Tiny swimsuits have a variety of bottom styles, so it is important to choose a bottom type that the person feels comfortable wearing. For example, a Euro-style bottom hangs low on the hips. While it makes the hips look larger, it also provides ample coverage of the bottom area. For half-coverage of the bottom, a Brazilian-style suit is the desired option, while a thong-style bottom has no back coverage.
When choosing a tiny swimsuit, it is also important to select a suit that matches the skin tone of the person wearing it. If a person is light skinned, she should avoid light colors like white and yellow. Someone with light skin should choose light blue, pink or a brown or blue suit because these colors provide contrast with the skin's natural colors. Also, when choosing the color of a tiny swimsuit, it is important to remember that a suit might be more transparent when it is wet.
Underwire in a tiny swimsuit flatters a woman with larger breasts. For a woman with smaller breasts, choosing a suit that shows cleavage attracts attention to the chest area. A triangle-shaped suit emphasizes and flatters the breast area, regardless of breast size.