Brazilian Cut Swimwear

There are plenty of you out there who want to try Brazilian cut swimwear, but you’re kind of uncertain about wearing a smaller bikini bottom, right?  To some, the natural inclination is to hide their curves and always make sure their backside is completely covered.  While this style is fine for some, if you are considering a Brazilian swimsuit right now, you are obviously looking to upgrade your swimwear to something a little more fashionable.

Brazilian Cut Swimwear

Brazilian cut swimwear is purposely designed to accentuate a woman’s curves.  The low-rise waist elongates the torso while the high-cut sides and narrow backside work together to lengthen the legs.  The backside is wider at the top, generally sitting right at or below the waistline.  The fabric sharply narrows in the back to create an upside down triangle appearance.  These features set a classic Brazilian bottom apart from all others.  As seen in this picture, some styles may have side rings or other accent pieces to give it a little flare.

Most Brazilian bikinis come with a triangle top, if sold as a set.  A triangle top works well with the cut of the Brazilian style, but there are also other tops out there that look just as good.  If you need a little more support up top, shop for separates and pair up a Brazilian with a sweetheart top.  The wider straps and ample coverage can accommodate larger chest.  To cut down on tan lines, try a strapless top such as a bandeau or a butterfly top which can often times be worn tied around the back to go strapless.   Brazilian bottom can easily take on a sporty look when it’s worn with a sport bikini top, too.  If you’re active in your swimsuit, that could be a good combination for your next outing.  Brazilian cut swimwear can be a flattering style for any body type if you put the right pieces together.