Two Piece Can Suit All; Everyone Would Love to Look like a Supermodel in Their Bikini but Face It, It's Never Going to Happen. However, with a Little Careful Swimwear Selection You Can Disguise the Bits You Don't like and Emphasise the Parts You Do.follow Our Guide to What Bikini Suits Your Shape and Walk Tall Tall on the Beach This Summer without Having to Hide Behind a Sarong

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Turquoise ruched tankini top, pounds 14, M&S, matching pants, pounds 9. If you're not happy about showing your tummy, but don't want to wear a swimsuit, try a tankini.

This way you can cover up when you swim and pull it up a bit when you sunbathe. This version has ruching at the front, which is great for adjusting how much, or little, flesh you show. Also, the high- leg pants serve to elongate the leg, making you look taller and slimmer.


Ruched pink bikini top, pounds 9, ruched pink bottoms, pounds 9, both M&S. Add inches to your small boobs with the ruching in this top. A bright colour like this fuschia will also add body to your breast area. The matching bikini shorts are cute and will draw attention away from the area you are lacking in.


Black halterneck top, pounds 18, hipster bottoms with belt, pounds 16, both M&S. Don't cover them up. Be proud, wear a halterneck that will give support and fantastic cleavage.

This Bond Girl-style bikini is beautiful, and it also has removable boob pads should you want to boost your cleavage even more


Flower print bandeau top, pounds 14, matching shorts, pounds 12, Debenhams.

If you have broad shoulders, then avoid halternecks and straps as much as you can. Wear bandeaus like this floral one to take the attention off your shoulders and on to your boobs! The matching shorts are great for a bit of extra cover and to balance out the broad shoulders.


Triangle bikini top, pounds 6, matching mini skirt, pounds 12, Top Shop. …