Summer Swimwear to Show Off Your New Body

The leisurely days of summer are finally upon us, and now is the time to take advantage of our famous Vancouver beaches. And if you’ve had plastic surgery, you can accentuate your new figure with a flattering swimsuit! Here are some tips on finding the right cut to show off your new shape.

For That More Buxom Bust

Did you have a breast augmentation and can’t wait to strut the sand with your sexy new physique? We’ve got you covered. Now that your chest is more filled out, you’ll need to think about the right support for your new curves. Find a bathing suit with a structured top, one that has some underwire (but be sure that you are fully healed and cleared by your doctor first). Also look for one with molded bra cups and thicker straps, all of which will aid with support and ensure that your breasts won’t make a surprise cameo when you come up from a dive.

For That Flatter Tummy

Proud of that flatter, tighter tummy that you’re sporting these days? If you’ve had a tummy tuck to get rid of a stubborn belly bulge or loose skin on your abdomen, you are probably raring to go shopping for new bathing wear. A one-piece bathing suit with a cutout that reveals only part of your new, taut torso will show just enough to make fellow beach-goers sit up and stare. Feel free to try a bikini if you are able to conceal your scars; and remember that fresh incisions need to be protected from the sun for the first six to 12 months.

For Those Leaner Hips and Thighs

Got a sleek new bottom half thanks to liposuction? Then gone are the days of racking your brain to figure out how to disguise it! Show it off in a one-piece or a bikini with a high-cut leg. You can also find a suit that has some embellishments at the hips, like bows, ruffles or knots, in order to accentuate and further elongate your narrower, more toned-looking thighs.

Still Have Trouble Spots?

Whether you’re still considering plastic surgery or you just want to create the illusion of a sleeker silhouette temporarily, here are some swimsuit cuts to conceal some common trouble spots.

For a smaller chest, a bikini top with ruffles will add volume to your upper half.

For a tummy bulge, a one-piece suit with ruching and a deep neckline will call attention away from your mid-section.

For bigger hips, a one-piece with an off-the-shoulder neckline will bring balance to your bottom half.

For an ample backside, a two-piece with a solid-colored bottom and a printed top will draw attention to your top half.

Get on Your Way to a Bikini-Ready Body

Are you inspired to start planning your new bikini body? Dr. Pugash can give you all of the information you need on the surgery options available to you. Schedule a consultation with him today by calling his office at (604) 522-5199.