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The hottest suits this season have sporty details—zippers, racing stripes, bold bursts of color—that are meant to be seen. "Color blocking really does work on every figure," says O creative director Adam Glassman.

Body Type: Athletic

Jennifer Harrison Newman, 41, Dancer

Body type: Athletic
Newman wants to look shapelier, yet sleek.

The solution: A tank that adds curves without bulk.

Red carter, $179, Macy's; 800-622-9748. Shoes, $198, theodoraandcallum.com.
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Body Type: Big Bust
Lingerie sizing and full cups ensure a proper fit.

A.Ché top, $92, and bottom, $70, acheswimwear.com.
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Body Type: Pear Shape
A darker bottom half visually whittles the hips and thighs.

Nautica top, $65, and bottom, $67, swimspot.com.

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Body Type: Plus Size
Bright edging gives the illusion of a sleeker silhouette.

Beach Belle, $48, swimsuitsforall.com.
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Body Type: Small Bust
Horizontal lines make the bust area look fuller.

Karla Colletto, $334, neimanmarcus.com.
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Great Idea!
Eco Swim by Aqua Green is made from recycled fabrics, with lining derived from water bottles and plastic bags. Bonus: They feel as good as they look.

Top, $58, and bottom, $54, everythingbutwater.com.
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Line We Love
Edgy-cool label Rag & Bone's new swim pieces echo the sporty vibe of their spring collection.

Top, $105, and bottom, $115, shopbop.com.

Next: 33 ultraflattering swimsuits for every size and shape

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