Forget hitting the gym to make sure you are beach body ready this summer.
To look your best poolside, simply invest in the perfect swimsuit for your body shape and let your clothing do all the hard work for you.
Whether you’re after a teeny tiny bikini or figure supporting all-in-one, we’ve got a round up of the best swimwear deals in our essential buying guide below.
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Are you kurvy like Kimmy?
If you have bountiful curves like Kimmy stick to styles that will support you in all the right places.
Opt for hipster or high cut bikini bottoms as it will give the illusion of slimmer hips.
Go for halter tops or wider straps for extra support up top – because no one want to flash a beach full of families on the Costa del Sol, do they?
We love: Multicoloured stripe bikini top (£14.99) and bottoms (£7.99) , New Look
Small frames like Kourtney Kardashian’s should look for styles that make your body look longer
If you’re small but perfectly formed like the eldest Kardashian sister Kourtney look for a bikini that will help elongate you.
Kourts’ Agent Provocateur ‘Mazzy’ style features cut out detailing that give the illusion of curves and length through the body.
You can also cheat yourself taller by using colour – try colour blocking patterns that draw the eye up and down the body.
We Love: Strappy Triangle Bikini Top and Bottoms , £34, Topshop.
Show off your long pins like Taylor Swift with a skimpy two-piece
If you’ve got legs for days like Taylor Swift (you lucky devil!) then show off those pins in a skimpy two-piece.
Go for a bikini brief that ties up at the sides to enhance curves and give you a bootilicious behind.
We love: Embroidered triangle bikini set blue , £22, Missguided.
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Small hips look great in high leg, high waisted styles a la Emily Ratajkowski
Itty bitty hips like Emily Ratajkowski can get away with boy briefs or high waisted, high cut briefs as they’ll draw the eye to the smallest part of your body.
And the high cut leg will make your pins look like they go on for days.
We love: Colour block high rise mix-match bikini set , £30, River Island.
Show off your assets like Katy Perry with a fully supported bikini bra top
Big bust require extra support so go for underwired or more structured styles like Katy Perry.
Wider straps will be more comfortable and avoid too much pattern or material up top or you’ll make yourself look even more top heavy.
We love: White ‘Sahara’ plunge style bikini top (£36) and matching briefs (£22), Bravissimo.
Pregnant mums needn’t fear donning a bikini on the beach this summer
Show off the bump! Unleashing your growing tum is a popular choice for celebs like Coleen Rooney and Megan Fox.
By keeping your belly out you can avoid feeling restricted and uncomfortable – and it’s cooler.
Look for adjustable string styles that can be tighten or loosened depending on how you feel.
We love: Navy strip tankini (from £26), Next.
If you’re smaller on top use clever tricks to give the illusion of a fuller bust
For those with smaller busts, look for swimwear shapes that enhance and show off your cleavage just like Millie
Classic triangle styles, ruffles and clever pattern or colour blocking can all give the illusion of a fuller bust.
Cut out all in one swimsuits and bandeau styles will all work if you are sporting a smaller bust.
We love: Braided Fringe Triangle Bikini Top and Bottoms , £34, Topshop.
Big is beautiful as plus-size model Ashley Graham proves
Plus size model Ashley Graham proves bigger is always better – you just gotta know what to do with those added extras.
The key to pulling off siwmwear when you’re plus size is all down to shape and cut of the bikini. Go for support up top and proper coverage on the bottom.
Look for mix and match bikini styles to ensure you get the proper fit you need to be comfortable and body confident.
Stick to block colours rather than busy prints as they’re more flattering.
We love: Secret Slimming Chevron Swimsuit (£35), M&S