We’re smitten with all the fabulous swimwear styles available this summer, and have created a series of beach outfits for sizes ranging from 14 to 36, with a selection of top-tips to flatter that plus size figure (http://www.onestopplus.co.uk)
Don’t be afraid of print
Print can often be the most flattering for plus size figures. If you don’t want to wear a bikini, opt for this printed tankini top (£19) and matching bottoms (£17) the V-neck top is a really flattering shape for the chest heavy women and the shorts are perfect for ladies with larger hips. For that on-trend look pair with this colour blocking swim dress (£55) in a bright cerise pink, a pair of colour blocking wedges (£39) and a straw bag (£35), which is the perfect stylish companion for those days at the beach.
Work colour and ruffles
This bold yellow polka-dot bikini top (£45) and matching bottoms (£39) is the perfect figure-flattering companion to make you feel fabulous, the tie neck and ruffle detailing is perfect for fuller figures. Wear it with this colour blocking t-shirt dress (£9), the perfect go-to cover up. To finish the colourful look, wear this glam wide-brimmed bright pink straw hat (£29) and colour blocking sandals (£39).
Go simple and with safari style
A mauve tankini top (£45) and matching bottoms (£28) is the perfect base to that simple and understated beach look. The tankini top is fantastic for fuller figures, giving perfect support and oozing this season style. Try a safari look by pairing it with these printed trousers (£35) a simple white t-shirt (£24) and accessorise with a tribal bracelet (£12), straw beach bag (£39), and black wedges (£65). It’s also the perfect outfit for those summer sun day trips.
Get the 50s look
This season 50s style swimwear is everywhere and this 50s style polka dot bikini top (£19) and matching high-rise bottoms (£18) are perfectly flattering for curvaceous figures. Pair with this red tunic dress (£35), a cute owl ring (£9), a pair of flat sandals (£27.30) and a matching straw bag (£39), for that perfect take on 50s style.