Belly covered or not? That's not the only question you have to ask yourself when choosing a swimsuit: there are so many different variations that you'd lose your head! A good starting point for the choice would be to keep in mind that every swimsuit looks good with one kind of physicality. There are a few basic tricks to keep in mind, like avoiding a bandeau top if you have a big bust and choosing a balconette top if your waistline has a few extra inches that you want to hide by drawing attention elsewhere. Straight if the problem is wide hips.
Having said that and promised that we'll look into the subject elsewhere, here's our selection of swimsuits including those by our favourite designer. Elisabetta Franchi swimsuits also reflect the mood of the current S/S season: prints and colours are often reminiscent of outfits.
The most popular models are the monokini or the two-piece swimsuit and with EF it's no joke: even lam oda mare, although camouflaged with playful and not at all pretentious patterns, is super sexy! The back has a starring role, often left uncovered by lacing at the back of the neck and deep necklines at the back. The breast is enhanced by shapes and necklines that, without being vulgar, give it the right weight, creating balance in the sihlouette. Last, but not least, the hips, which you can show off thanks to the super-feminine and scruffy costumes.