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Suit Yourself1 of 17
Worried it's too late to sculpt that beach-ready body in time for your summer vacation? Have no fear. We've rounded up flattering celebrity swim looks, along with tips and tricks to pull them off. Can you guess whose face goes with each body? —Glo
Wild Thing2 of 17
If you've worked hard for that athletic body, then why not show it off? A cutout suit offers the comfort of a one-piece with a well-deserved peekaboo effect.
Bringing It Back3 of 17
Sometimes a suit offers a little bit of everything, making it a thumbs-up for all body types—a retro piece that has added hip coverage as well as underwire cups for some extra lift.
Long Form4 of 17
Statuesque women should opt for a one-piece designed with extra fabric in the torso to give a long, sleek look.
White Out5 of 17
Want to show off your tan but not your bare belly? Try a white full-piece that offers minimal cutouts in just the right places but gives coverage in the stomach and hips.
Top Honors6 of 17
For those who want to show off their abs but who still prefer a bit of modesty on top, look for a sexy two-piece with a full-coverage bandeau.
Iron Lady7 of 17
For petite bodies, especially those that spend hours in the gym, try a simple triangle bikini to avoid overpowering such a small frame.
Suit Up8 of 17
For smaller-breasted women looking for curves, try a bikini with an underwire top, increasing the bust appearance by a full cup size.
Lift Off9 of 17
With a body like this, you can get away with wearing anything—or better yet, next to nothing. Try a convertible top with molded cups for support when going strapless, or wear as a halter for added lift.
Power Suit10 of 17
A deep V-neck one-piece draws the eye up and flatters sculpted shoulders and arms while covering the torso. Wrap up in a bright sarong for added beach-appropriate coverage.
Bikini Babe11 of 17
Women with larger breasts don't need to forgo cute separates. Choose a style that offers hidden, bra-like cups, so you can hit the beach with secret support.
Barely There12 of 17
An itsy-bitsy triangle bikini is not for the faint of heart, but it's perfect for brave souls with bodacious bods that they want to show off.
Bathing Beauty13 of 17
For those looking for a little coverage in the middle but who still want to appear chic on the beach, a solid-color full-piece with extra details will slim and add style. Go strapless or try one with a halter string.
V for Victory14 of 17
A V-neck one-piece shows off some cleavage while leaving the rest to the imagination. Extra ruching gives the illusion of a slimmer torso.
Follow Suit15 of 17
Ready to try that tiny two-piece but feel a little more comfortable with some distraction? Branch out with elegant ruffles or a light embellishment.
Bottoms Up16 of 17
A retro bikini brings style to the sand and offers the appearance of curvier hips.
The Big Reveal17 of 17
This style may not be for everyone, but fashion risk-takers can experiment with clever cuts.
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