Banded halter – wider strap around below bust for added support, V-neck cut straps that tie behind the neck. This style gives more support for larger bust areas.
Keyhole bandeau – front rouching that can be tied tighter or looser to enhance the bust area.
String straps – have a very small triangle cup area with strings that tie behind the neck on one pieces and behind the neck and chest on two piece bikinis. This style is best for average or small bust sizes.
Bandeau – straight cut with full coverage for larger busts. The cut is just a large area of material straight across. Attached to a one piece just below the bust area, and ends just below the bust area in a two piece.
Tank cut – V or scoop neck cut with straps on both sides over the shoulders straps can be thin, wide or even criss cross in the back. The lengths vary on tankinis depending upon how much coverage you prefer.
Shirt bikini – fuller top with wider coverage than the average bikini top and cap strap sleeves.
Skirt – a bottom with an attached skirt – hides wide hips and large thighs.
Boy shorts – very wide briefs that cover the hip area and top of the thighs.
String bikini – small triangular shape with minimum front and back coverage tied on the side with strings.
Brief – triangular shape with front and read moderate coverage with wide band sides.
High cut leg – curved cut that sits at or above the hips
Thong – show us your cheeks – very thin strap back coverage.