For teen, the thoughts of summer go to images of playing water sports, trips to the beach and lots of swimming. A teen’s bathing suit tastes changes as they grow older. When a young teen girl purchases her first juniors swimwear she may be a bit more self-conscious and may want to cover herself up a bit more that a teen who is a little older and is more fully developed. The wide range of juniors’ swimwear available on the market today will assist juniors in selecting exactly what they are searching for at that moment in time.
The current styles will provide various degrees of coverage in teen swimwear. They have the advantage in being able to buy pieces separately, and they are then able to mix and match according to the sizes and colors and styles that are appropriate for them. There is no such versatility in the one piece swim apparel however. For those teens wanting the full coverage, the one piece is their go to for a comfortable and conservative swimwear. This one piece swimwear is comparable to the two piece alternatives, in that they also have removable padding, push up bras and under wires.
The one piece swimwear offers a few features that two piece swimwear do not have. The one piece has an advantage over the 2 piece bikini in that it offers a good deal of slimming and support. The special materials used in this juniors’ swimwear achieve a greatly slimmed down look for the teen. The suit is styled into panels of spandex, nylon and Lycra that effectively slims the hips, and stomach. The amount of spandex and Lycra in the fabric accounts for the degree of slimming that is achieved.
Those teens that are leery of wearing bathing suits are able to wear the one piece with these slimming qualities more readily than any other juniors’ swimwear. The tankini is the bathing suit style that is more prevalent today than any juniors’ swimwear. In this 2 piece swimsuit style the top is more like a tank and the bottom is in the bikini style. There are varying degrees of exposure with this style and teens have the options of choosing what degree of exposure is comfortable for them. An example of the types of combination that are possible is a low rise bottom plus a halter style. This will give moderate coverage and not much flesh will be seen. Yet another example is a bikini bottom plus a bandeau style top. This does not give much coverage at all.
How the teen mixes and matches the tops and bottoms allows them to create their own unique look. This variety in juniors’ swimwear is the largest variety in any swimwear section in the marketplace today. A wide range of sports oriented active wear is available for the active teen. For example, a halter could be used for volleyball and a bandeau would be appropriate for skiing.
There is a wide variety of options in juniors’ swimwear for your teens to choose from and those options can be tailored to their specific needs by simply mixing and matching the components.