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5 Sexy Bathing Suits for Women Over 50

Even if you are in fantastic shape at 40, or 50+, it doesn’t automatically mean you want to wear a bikini to the beach. But I’m sure you don’t want to settle for a boring bathing suit with zero sex appeal either! Where’s the happy medium?

Here are 5 sexy bathing suits for women our age that will make you look sizzling in the sun.

 

   

1. One Shoulder Stunner

One way to look sexy at the beach without letting it all hang out is to craft a glamorous Hollywood look. This stunning one-shoulder black and white color block swimsuit will make you look like a  movie star.

Accessorize with a beachy straw tote and a light and breezy sarong. Big black sunglasses and a wide-brim sun hat will have beach-goers wondering if you really are a celebrity.

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Swimsuits with plunging necklines are a great way to show some skin in a one-piece bathing suit. Slip on a pair of wide-leg linen pants for a chic coverup option and accessorize with gold sandals, a cute pompom tote, and a red floppy hat.

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3. Romantic Ruffles

This off-the-shoulder ruffled swimsuit with a ruffled neckline is pretty, feminine, and sexy. Figure-perfecting shirring help hide any midlife lumps and bumps. Add a touch of edginess to the look with a leopard print sarong, and balance that with neutral accessories, for a a beach or pool-chic look.shop the look.

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5. Tropical Teal

You’ve heard the saying,”Less is more” and this teal swimsuit proves it. This beautiful one-piece has a simple cut that is downright sexy! Ruching helps accentuates an hourglass silhouette and makes you look 10 pounds lighter with the smoothing effects of Miratex fabric. Wear it with colorful accents like this embroidered coverup, pink straw tote, a beach hat, and this cute tropical print beach towel and look sizzling in the sun!

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Other Ways to Look Sexy in a Bathing Suit

Choose a Sizzling swimsuit that has:

  • high cut legs
  • lacing at the bust or back
  • off the shoulder
  • embellishment at the bust
  • sheer panels strategically placed
  • one shoulder
  • peek a boo cutouts
  • strapless

What kind of bathing suit do you wear? Do you care about looking sexy in swimwear?

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7 thoughts on “5 Sexy Bathing Suits for Women Over 50

  1. The best item was the one-piece black number with the waist design. Why? As we age, we tend to look more rectangular from the front, so you can trick the eye by manufacturing your waist, as this swimsuit shows. Good choice, Deb.”

    Caution: those tankini suits may not be a good choice for those with a gut. A high-waisted brief (retro style) with a supportive bikini top would be better.

    1. Who knew Mother Nature would take “being square” literally? Agree with the tankini assessment. Unless they are high wasted and have a “hold you in” feature, the bottoms inevitably roll down and highlight the belly pudge. All of us have some pudge at this age!!

  2. Jergens self-tanner is a great way to add glow. I also like BB cream to cover imperfections – it’s a lifesaver. The first swimsuit is terrific….what a figure flatterer!

  3. Great recommendations! I tend toward tankinis if I am out all day since going to the ladies’ room is much easier. :)

  4. Love this! I just got my first pair of Jack Rogers sandals, and I can’t wait for warmer temps to break them in. Love your blog!

  5. I wish people would be more accepting of their natural skin color-there is nothing wrong with pale, untanned skin-it; it certainly is better looking than the Oompa-Loompa orange shade of people who overdo it on self-tanner! And let’s not forget that if you want to go in the pool or the ocean, your faux glow will be gone when you come out…

    1. Hi KP, Nothing wrong with untanned skin. I haven’t been in the sun since I was 17, when I got a stern warning from a dermatologist about skin cancer after too much sun and a nasty burn. I’m so glad I stayed away and saved my skin. In summer, I sometimes want a touch of color on my legs when I wear a dress. In those instances, I use Juergens self-tanner. It is my favorite because it gives me a soft, light glow instead of a fake dark, orange-brown tan. I highly recommend it. It’s great for fair gals like me. Cheers, Deborah

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