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Perfecting Your Pageant Swimwear

Jun 12, 2013

If you’re fretting over the best choice of pageant swimwear, it’s important to know you’re not alone. Besides providing a little confidence boost, it also lets you know there is plenty of information available to help with your selection. Here are a few tips from past judges and professionals to ease your worries.

Pageant Swimwear

One or Two-Piece?

Once upon a time, one-piece tanks were a standard requirement. Rules have relaxed a lot in recent decades. Unless they are forbidden, it is usually best to go with a two-piece suit. Judges may, even if subconsciously, see a one-piece swimsuit as a cover for lack of confidence, which is unbecoming for a pageant winner. If you’re on the fence, it might be wise to choose a one-piece halter, such as the summertime swimsuit.

Pageant Swimwear for Your Unique Figure

The good news is that even a two-piece suit can be more or less modest and capable of hiding flaws in your figure. A higher cut on the legs can make legs appear longer, and built-in padding can balance out a pear figure.

Learn more about choosing the best swimsuit for your look. Enjoy the widest selection of features and cuts with PageantDesigns.com.

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