Remember when all women who entered a pool or sat on a beach wore a swimdress?
Swimdresses have come a long way since those golden days of swimdresses.
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A swimdress is the style of swimsuit that flares out a bit full over the hips.
The key difference between a swimdress is that a swimdress covers the thighs. It is a good choice for a swimsuit for someone who wants to cover the thigh area.
Swimdresses work best when the length hits the perfect part of the leg.
The dress part should skim over the widest part of the upper leg around the hip and end at the mid upper leg.
Most swimdresses are two piece swimsuits.
This makes the swimdress often resemble a tankini.
Unlike most two piece swimsuits, the swimdress is more forgiving to the belly area.
While a tankini may skim the tummy area, the swimdress will give an extra effort to camouflage it.
Swimdresses usually offer more coverage throughout the upper half of the suit as well.
When there is more coverage for the upper body area, there is usually more support.
Swimdresses usually come in at the waist.
Showing off or creating a waist helps to create that flattering figure that draws the eye to the waist rather than to other areas of the body.