Body Issue: If you’re busty…
Trick: Give your chest support with cup-sized swimwear. If you prefer to not wear underwire, a halter top with wide straps, and fabric that covers the sides as well as the front, also does wonders. Stay away from strapless styles
Treat: Target Merona bra-sized Halter Swim Top features lined underwire halter top with light, removable padding, a tie back with adjustable neck closure for extra lift ($19; Target).

Body Issue: If you’re flat-chested…
Trick: Create curves with patterns, beading, ruffles or padding. Triangle tops and twisted bandeaus give the illusion of a larger chest.
Treat: From Tara Jarmon, the “Pink Chimes” ruffled triangle swim top offers light padded cups for added comfort, support and coverage with a cord that ties at the neck and back ($14.99; Target).

Body Issue: If you’re sagging…
Trick: If your problem is your backside, look for a flared skirt bathing suit bottom or swimdress. For the bustline, add instant lift with a cupped halter or balcony bra.
Treat: Newport News’ sexy halter swimdress slims all over with with power mesh, featuring a flirty A-line skirt to cover your derrière and a molded soft-cup bra with a tie behind the neck to lift saggy breasts ($29; Newport-news.com).