A model walks the runway at the Manglar show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014.
By: Sidney Jensen, Stylecaster
Unless your name is Alessandra Ambrosio, you've probably found that buying a swimsuit is a pain in the tie-side bikini bottom. Swimwear is body-specific, so you shouldn't just chase after styles like high-waisted metallics and underwire balconette tops because they're of-the-moment.
To learn more about the most universally flattering swimsuit shades, we gathered expert intel from leading bathing suit designers at this year's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim. Behold, advice on finding the most flattering swimsuit colors that aren't black.
1. Start your search in the blue family.
When it comes to swimsuit, blue is your BFF. At least, that's what we gathered after hearing designer Monica Wise of L*Space rave about its appeal.
"I'm really into different shades of blue. I have a minty blue shade, a purple blue/periwinkle color, a teal, and a seafoam color in my 2014Read More »from The 5 Most Flattering Swimsuit Colors (That Aren't Black)