So, you’ve just renewed your pool membership? Awesome! but what’s that? you need to get yourself a new swimsuit? Don’t worry we got you covered.
We absolutely love swimming and wholeheartedly believe that it’s the best thing that you can do for your body, but if you want to look the part, if you want to let everyone know that you take this seriously, if you want to look like the dolphin that you are before you even touch the water, you’re in the correct place my friend. If you want to shop online for some amazing swimsuits, visit Scanlan Theodore new arrivals and read on to find out all the types of swimsuits that you can choose from to prepare for your next pool workout.
Racing Knee skins
If you’re in the market for a competition swimsuit that is designed to fit really tight to your body, help you glide through the water like a fish, and really establish that you’re serious about your lap times down to the millisecond, this swimsuit is for you. It may not be the most durable but who cares about that when you’re leaving the other girls in your wake.
Boyleg swimsuits (AKA Leg suits)
Basically, a swimsuit with shorts that feature some form of bust support (usually a shelf bra), these are designed for aquatic sports meaning that you are going to be very comfy and cozy. Designed for you to swim, jump around, do a somersault, cannonball, the Boyleg swimsuit guarantees a good time.
Longer length swimsuit
Basically, a swimsuit that’s about 3.5cm longer that your run of the mill swimsuit. Why buy one of these? Well, some women find that their swimsuit is pulling down on their shoulders and sits too low on the chest, hence the longer length swimsuit.
Standard One-piece swimsuit
This is the bread and butter of swimsuits, designed for durability, versatility, and maximum dolphin capability, the one piece is common but different brands often put their own spin on it with different back styles, cutaway options and features. If you buy one of these bad boys make sure you opt for one with a nice open back and little material on the shoulders so that you can slice through that pool water like a knife.
Tummy Control Swimwear
Obviously, no one’s perfect, even the girls on the Cosmo mag are airbrushed to within an inch of their lives, but even knowing that it’s all too easy to feel self-conscious about your body (and don’t worry we are too, everyone is really) and that’s what the tummy control swimwear is there to help with. This swimsuit keeps the midsection nice and tight so that you look and feel your absolute best at the pool.
Tankinis and Two pieces
So, everything we’ve talked about so far have been one-piece swimsuits but let’s not forget about the two pieces. Tankin is are loved by many for their coverage because they cover the midriff. But if you’re feeling a little spicy, go for a two piece that keeps the midriff exposed.
Either way, it’s all about what your need it for and what you’re comfortable with so buy something that suits you and just have fun!