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Just because it’s ‘in’ doesn’t mean you should be in it. Suit up in the latest swimwear that also looks great on your body type.

By Mike Fleming

Slim_BodSlim Jim

Suits that hit just above the knee, and fit snug not baggy, balance proportions and keep legs from looking too long. When it comes to color and graphics, go for it, especially horizontal.

nauticalNautical Board Shorts
jcrew.com
$75

 

 

unspecified-3Indigo Dot Trunk
perryellis.com
$60

 

 

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Banzai Trunk
$60
bonobos.com

 

 

Dad_BodDad Bod

Size matters. Avoid anything marked ‘tailored’ or ‘fitted’ or “slim,” look for relaxed fit and waistbands, and don’t squeeze into a size that used to fit but doesn’t anymore.

unspecified-2Chubbies Midshipman
$69
chubbiesshorts.com

 

 

unspecified-6Small-Patterned Swim Short
$48
lacoste.com

 

unspecified-2Jakarta Mid-length Swim Shorts
$110
mrporter.com

 

 

 

Fitness_BodFitness Fan

You work hard, so you can wear most colors and styles. Bare as you dare, and personalize it with any pattern or color from showy to subtle.

unspecified-1Bulldog Swim Shorts
$245
orlebarbrown.com

 

 

unspecified-5Oarsman Trunk
$58
parkeandronan.com

 

unspecified-7Athletic Stripe Box Cut
$29
originalpenguin.com

 

 

 

Fat_BodMore to Love

Solids slim you down, and roomy is better than tight. Show some leg in mid-length and shorter cuts to lengthen your profile.

unspecified-1Beach Britches
$68
birdwell.com

 

unspecified-8Turtle
$260
vilebrequin.com 

 

 

unspecified-7The Earl
$30
originalpenguin.com

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