I’ve seen these fresh and inexpensive wide leg chiffon gauze pants for sale on several resale web sites including ebay, polyvore, and amazon. These fresh pants are less than fifteen bucks and they are just great for hiding big thighs in beach appropriate clothing. Couple with a bathing suit top and you are good to go.

Hide lower body issues with flowing chiffon beach pants

Women often think they have to wear a very unstylish plus size swimsuit and dread appearing beach or poolside if they are heavy or obese. They don’t realize that with a little bit of shopping and strategizing, they can hang out at the pool without feeling like a beached whale. These adorable wide leg trousers are a perfect example of something incredibly light weight to wear at the pool, that still hides certain body parts that can’t be hidden in just a bathing suit.

You may not want to go completely into the water with these beach pants on, but you can certainly sit at the pool with your legs in, and get the bottom of these quick drying chiffon pants wet. These are also great if you want to hide jiggle, cellulite or junk in the trunk when you are walking to the restroom, getting food, or partying at a poolside barbecue. You’ll feel summer appropriate, breezy, beautiful, and most of all secure in these.

Feminine flowing clothes are sexy

For women who have some meat on the bones, please realize that some jiggle can actually be mesmerizing to men! What’s is great about a casual beach pant like these is that they are flowing and feminine and that spells … sexy! If you are self-conscious about your lower body, you should definitely invest in a long beach pant for summer. Paired with cute summery thong sandals and a swimsuit top, you will look fantastic and feminine.

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Monif-C wins my heart again with this blue ruffle plus size dazzle swimsuit!  I love, love, love Monif-C’s original style for plus size.  The swimsuits are just gorgeous and made with all consideration towards flattering the figure nicely.

This particular swimsuit illustrates a great way to balance out larger thighs by having counter-balance action on the top with the ruffle and the one shoulder detail.  The ruffle balances out the thighs and makes her figure look proportional rather than bottom heavy.  Note the cute string ties on the side also give a nice touch and visually thin the thighs.  This swimsuit reigns supreme for thigh-thinning.

Another brilliant feature of this gorgeous plus swimsuit is the one strap detail.  Notice this breaks up the ruffle a bit and adds an exposed shoulder so as to draw the visual focus of the onlooker upward.  Upward is a good thing as this type of styling gives the plus size figure a free visual body lift.


Monif-C shows plus size is really gorgeous and her swimsuits flatter the plus size figure in all the right ways.  If you need to go from fat to voluptuous let Monif-C work her swimsuit magic on you.  Monif-C swimsuits are carried online and at a wide variety of stores now. 

I saw this particular suit on Polyvore.  I like Polyvore as a shopping site as it aggregates merchandise from a variety of stores together into a convenient place where you can compare styles that interest you.  In this case, the Monif-C swimsuit was being offered by a cute plus site called Always for Me.  Always for Me features swimwear, cover-ups, active wear, accessories, lingerie and more in plus sizes 16W to 26W.

Polyvore features Monif-C from Always for Me


This Shan swimsuit found on Polyvore is Barbarella inspired and cute!  With a rocker girl edge to it, the pattern is a different take on plain for sure.  Notice the slenderizing way this designer Shan worked the fabric.  At the outer sides along the hips the suit is black which slims the figure creating an hourglass illusion.  The wide swath with the white color swirled in covers the front belly.  It’s a very slenderizing look and a nice twist on a basic one piece. I love the hipster rocker, Gothic edge of this swimsuit. It is so, so far from fuddy duddy and the smart design hides a plethora of figure flaws as well!

This pattern would work nicely on a plus size women as well.  The design hides fat and bulge and there is ample coverage to the legs.  The black trimmed V-neck also draws eye focus upward which creates a slimming effect for bigger hips, thighs and legs.  It’s very flattering.  This one piece swimsuit is inspired by the Barbarella Jane Fonda look.  It’s animalistic and sexy.  You can find this swimsuit at the online store called Swimwear Boutique.  It was posted on Polyvore because it’s a great boutique design.

Plus size women tend to believe that a solid black swimsuit is the way to go.  That is not always the case however.  While solid colors are slenderizing if you are very large the expanse of solid black makes the weight even more obvious!  You don’t want to look like a black blob.  This suit does the trick because it has coverage yet has a youthful edge to it and the color is broken up. Shan swimwear has cute styles and this one which is actually from 2010 will stay in style for 2012 and 2013.

To break up a plus size body look for suits that have nice detailing or a muted design to them.  This black swimsuit with an edge is going to look far more slenderizing and fashionista than a loud plus size Hawaiian print would.  Remember if you are looking for a slenderizing suit you should plan on trying on at least 30 different swimsuits before selecting one.  Spend the time shopping as the right color, cut and style can make an enormous difference.

Shan swimwear boutique barbarella inspired one piece swimsuit

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