Tanga Bikini

A tanga bikini is easily set apart from other bikinis by its sexy backside.  When most women think about revealing bikinis, most automatically jump to the far end of the spectrum and think g-string thong.  The cheeky design of a tanga bikini is meant to show a little extra skin in the rear without sacrificing front coverage or style.

Tanga Bikini

The example seen here shows how incredibly flattering a tanga bikini is for a woman.  The low-rise waist helps to elongate the torso while the wider sides create a smooth transition to the area where this style gets all the attention.  The backside is cut similar to boy shorts, but with the bottom third or so of the fabric removed from the cheek area.  This leaves the bottoms of the cheeks exposed for a super flirty style.  In the picture seen above, the puckered stitching down the backside nicely adds definition to the butt.  The ruched sides in this example are also a great way to hide those little trouble spots, not that any of us have any trouble spots, of course!

A tanga bikini bottom can be worn whatever style top works best for a particular body type.  Given its mid-range coverage, a tanga bottom can work equally nice with a full coverage, supportive top such as a sweetheart top, or it can be very sexy with something a little smaller such as a bandeau top.  The important thing when deciding which top to wear with a tanga bottom is to pick the one that works best.  A woman with a large chest may not find the same top flattering and as comfortable as a woman who does not need much support up top.  When selecting bikini pieces, take care to notice how they feel when moving around, too.  No one stays perfectly still in a bikini, so don’t end up caught on the beach in a swimsuit that won’t stay put!