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Women are going wild for belted swimwear which will shrink your waist in SECONDS

Women are going wild for belted swimwear – and a flattering one-piece will shrink your waist in SECONDS

  • Belted swimwear is fast becoming the biggest swimwear trend to emerge
  • Adding a belt to your swimsuit helps to slim your waist in seconds
  • Fans include Sierra Skye, Kylie Jenner and Victoria’s Secret model Romee Strijd
  • This comes after models used the ties on their bikinis to cinch their waists 

From skimpy straps to barely-there styles, the swimwear trends of late haven’t been all that forgiving for the average female frame.

But the latest fashion trend that has proven as popular with regular women as it has with influencers and celebrities is an altogether more flattering look.

Even better, it will help to give you a smaller waist in seconds. 

With the help of one extra tiny piece of material, women are showing how belted swimwear can create the illusion of a cinched waist (pictured: Kady McDermott)

Meanwhile, fellow model Sierra Skye showed how the look can equally work with bikinis, when she added a pink belt to her two piece suit recently (pictured)

Meanwhile, fellow model Sierra Skye showed how the look can equally work with bikinis, when she added a pink belt to her two piece suit recently (pictured)

With the help of one extra tiny piece of material, women are showing how belted swimwear can create the illusion of a cinched waist.

And even Victoria’s Secret models such as Romee Strijd and Kylie Jenner are in on the act, revealing how adding a buckle to their midsection can give anyone a slender look in seconds.

Meanwhile, fellow model Sierra Skye showed how the look can equally work with bikinis, when she added a pink belt to her two piece suit recently. 

Fashion experts say the trend works because it breaks up a one-piece and adds interest to the block colour (pictured: Zara McDermott)

Fashion experts say the trend works because it breaks up a one-piece and adds interest to the block colour (pictured: Zara McDermott)

And even Kylie Jenner (pictured) is in on the act, revealing how adding a buckle to her midsection can give anyone a slender look in seconds

And even Kylie Jenner (pictured) is in on the act, revealing how adding a buckle to her midsection can give anyone a slender look in seconds

Speaking to Who What Wear, Peony Founder and Director Rebecca Morton explained why the belted trend is such a hit.

‘We have seen a prominent push toward belted styles in upcoming 2019 collections,’ she told the publication. 

‘While reminiscent of the golden years of the ’60s and ’70s, a belted bottom or one-piece can create shape through the midline and also act as a focal point to elevate and enhance an otherwise simple piece. 

‘A belted bikini bottom can also be pared back with a flowing blouse and straw basket away from the ocean.’

The trend can also suit both curvy and leaner women, adding length and something to break up an otherwise block-coloured one piece suit.

The trend is 'reminiscent of the golden years of the '60s and '70s' according to fashion experts (pictured: Romee Strijd)

The trend is ‘reminiscent of the golden years of the ’60s and ’70s’ according to fashion experts (pictured: Romee Strijd)

The trend can also suit both curvy and leaner women, adding length and something to break up an otherwise block-coloured one piece suit (pictured: Montana Brown)

The trend can also suit both curvy and leaner women, adding length and something to break up an otherwise block-coloured one piece suit (pictured: Montana Brown)

Earlier this year, models and celebrities started tying the straps of their swimsuits around their midsection to draw all eyes to the slimmest part of the stomach region (pictured: Belle Lucia)

Earlier this year, models and celebrities started tying the straps of their swimsuits around their midsection to draw all eyes to the slimmest part of the stomach region (pictured: Emily Ratajkowski)

Earlier this year, models and celebrities started tying the straps of their swimsuits around their midsection to draw all eyes to the slimmest part of the stomach region

Australian label Heartland & Baulch shared an image of a model on Instagram and American model Sierra Skye wearing the upside down bikini trend

Australian label Heartland & Baulch shared an image of a model on Instagram and American model Sierra Skye wearing the upside down bikini trend

Australian label Heartland & Baulch shared an image of a model (left) on Instagram and American model Sierra Skye (right) wearing the upside down bikini trend

This isn’t the first trend that celebrities have adopted in an attempt to shrink their waists even further.

In January this year, FEMAIL drew attention to the fact that women were tying the straps of their swimsuits around their midsection to draw all eyes to the slimmest part of the stomach region. 

Australian ladies including Belle Lucia, Olivia Mathers and Natasha Oakley have tried it on for size, as well as stateside stunners like Emily Ratajkowski and Sierra Skye. 

Meanwhile, others started wearing their triangle tops upside-down in order to highlight their cleavage.



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