Urban Outfitters; $78If you're like me (or Michele), swimsuit season post-babies is all about coverage, but the right kind of coverage, because some coverage just causes rolls. But is the roll or the uncovered stretch mark worse?
Okay, swimsuit season is all about crying in the dressing room.
Luckily, I found a bathing suit this year that's working for me and I must share. That's it in the picture, only I've got breasts.
Which brings me to my how to wear it advice for swimwear: Wear it with confidence.
We all have our flaws, and the point of getting into a swimsuit is to have fun, not look like the supermodel we are not.
I'm not the only one who's been on the mad hunt. Rebecca Woolf is showing you all how to rock the post-baby bathing suit at Girl's Gone Child. She even explained (convincingly!) the beauty of the string bikini.
I'm blown away by the different cuts and colors she's found out there because I feel like every year I search and I never find. I'm bookmarking this list so next year when I'm on the verge of tears again, I'll remind myself, "Confidence!" Because if I can't find an esteem-boosting mom option in her picks, then I should probably just stay out of the sun.
Pins and Needles Polka Dot V-Neck One-Piece ($78) -- Urban Outfitters
Where did you find a great bathing suit this year?
Going to baseball games
Riding bike rides in the nice weather
Playing outside after work/school
Going for walks outside