Bathing Suits That Won't Dig In
Have you ever worn a swimsuit that fit like second-skin? It's amazing! Perhaps you've only had experiences with bathing suits with seams; the rubbing, digging-in, and weird second roll creation is enough for anyone to want to search for another option. Enter seamless swimwear. Made with a thin piece of elastic sewn in to the interior of two pieces of fabric, there are no visible seams, only silky smooth swimwear fabric conforming to the curves of your body. Let us lay out the reasons to skip seams all together and opt for a seamless swimsuit.
Benefit #1 - Get that Second Skin Feel
The feeling of a seam rubbing against the skin can be incredibly uncomfortable. Seamless bikinis do a much better job of conforming to the contours of the body instead of forcing your body into the shape it wants. Swimwear fabric, by its nature, is very soft and smooth. When there are no seams to get in the way it tends to hug the body, fitting just like a second skin.
Benefit #2 - Seam Free Swimwear is often Reversible
Often times seamless bikinis are designer made and can run a bit more on the expensive side. Fortunately, many brands will create reversible bikinis when making seamless swimwear. Because there are no seams, its easy to flip from one side to the other having two looks in one.
Benefit #3 - No additional rolls created from digging in
We've all had it. That second butt cheek created from a seam on a pair of bikini bottoms digging in a little too tight. Whether its on the hips, butt, or upper back, the creation of additional rolls created from seams is unflattering, and just plain uncomfortable.
Benefit #4 - Longer Lasting Swimsuits
Seams that continually rub against skin are more prone to fray than a seam tucked into two layers of fabric. Seamless swimsuits will typically last longer because of this fact, and because they are double lined by two pieces of swimwear fabric.
Benefit #5 - Double lined fabric
Less see through and more durable swimwear is created when using double lined fabric. Instead of using a liner, bathing suits that are seamless use two layers of swim fabric, typically making them feel higher quality.