Alert! There's a new style emerging, and we're all about it. Throughout this blog, our goal is to share with you why mid-rise swimwear bottoms are beyond comfortable and your next go-to choice when choosing bikini bottoms.
What is a Mid Rise Bikini Bottom?
Mid-rise is a style of swimwear bottom that is worn just below the belly button. Differing from high-waisted swimwear that sits directly at the top of the belly button and the most narrow part of the waist.
Benefits of Wearing Mid Rise Swimwear Bottoms
Why are mid-rise bikini bottoms flattering?
Mid-rise bikini bottoms seem to be the preferred new cut for swimwear bottoms. And not that we mind, it can be super flattering when paired with a high leg cut. Read below for the top reasons we love this new style!
1. The flattering cut of Mid Rise Bikini Bottoms
They are not worn obnoxiously high and not low rise, the cut can be so flattering because it rests right in the middle. Mid-rise swim bottoms Can be more comfortable because they sit up just slightly on the stomach, less feeling of falling down but not as bandage feeling as some high-waisted bikini bottoms can feel.
2. Can be adjustable, asymmetrical, or solid strap
Styles of Mid Rise Bikini Bottoms
1. Adjustable Mid Rise Swimsuit Bottoms
Adjustable swimwear bottoms are our favorite type of any bikini bottom style because they can be the most comfortable and freeing as you have control over how you wear it. Adjustable straps allow you to tighten, loosen, hike up high on the hips, or leave low rise.
2. Non-Adjustable Mid Rise Bikini Bottoms
This is a go-to style for activities. Non-adjustable swimwear bottoms can be great for any type of movement as they stay in place really well.
3. Cheeky or Moderate Coverage Mid Rise Swimwear Bottoms
The type of coverage desired is a completely personal decision. We love the availability of cheeky and moderate coverage options within mid-rise swimwear.
4. Seamless Mid Rise Bikini Bottoms
We love seamless bikini bottoms because they are so comfortable! Seamless means the elastic is tucked up into the two folds of fabric instead of being exposed and rubbing against your skin.