You can only make a too-tight suit larger if it comes with strings or ties to adjust the size. You can make a suit smaller by adjusting the ties and sewing loose areas along the waistband or leg holes of the bottoms. Try using the tie method first, as some sewing modifications to a suit bottom may be visible.
A classic bikini bottom should fit securely on the rear without riding up or leaving an imprint. A fit that’s too tight will feel uncomfortable and may irritate the skin. On the other hand, a loose fitting bottom will sag and stretch out. You want to be able to move freely without restriction.
Do bathing suits get tighter or looser when wet?
“Swim fabrics stretch a bit when wet, so sizing down or staying true to size is better when you’re spending most of your time in actual water,” she says. “If you’re staying dry most of the time, sizing up could help you feel more comfortable since the natural stretching won’t happen when the suit stays dry.
To check if the top fits properly before buying a swimsuit, try slipping a finger or two under the straps — if you can’t fit them, that likely means it’s too small, but if you can fit more than that, it’s probably too big.
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