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A-Line:
 A silhouette that is narrower or fitted at the top and gradually flares out to a wider hemline, forming an "A" shape.
Apple Shape:
 A body type that is fullest along the bust, waist, back and tummy but narrower through the hips, rear and legs.
Aquatard:
 A sporty one piece swimsuit with built-in, form-fitted shorts for fuller coverage; hits above the knee.
Ashley Graham:
 Swimsuits For All brand ambassador, plus size supermodel, body-positive activist, and now, swimwear designer. Be on the lookout for her seasonal and Essentials collections.
Athletic Shape:
 A body type characterized as having a straighter, less curvy frame in which the hips tend to have a similar width as the shoulders.
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Bandeau:
 Shoulder-baring style that highlights the neckline and minimizes tan lines. Select styles include removable straps for added support and dual styling options.
Banded Waist Short:
 Full-coverage, relaxed-fit bottom with a built-in brief and a comfortable wide elastic waistband for added tummy control.
Bike Short:
 Form-fitted, stretchy bottom with moderate thigh coverage.
Bikini:
 A two-piece swimsuit that includes a top and bottom and typically exposes the midsection; can have underwire or wire-free bra cups; available in low, mid and high waist rises. Note: Mix and match top and bottom sizes to create your perfect fit.
Blouson:
 Relaxed-fit tankini top with a banded bottom.
Board Short:
 Cover up designed to be worn over any swimsuit bottom; features velcro fly with drawstring closure and a single functional pocket.
Boy Short:
 Seamless stretch, form-fitted style offering full rear coverage that hits upper thigh.
Bra-Sized:
 Supportive swimwear available in a range of bra cup sizes: C/D to G/H.
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Capri:
 Form-fitted, mid-calf length bottom.
Cargo Short:
 Non-stretch, woven style with full, built-in brief, front pockets and velcro fly front closure; hits upper thigh.
Chlorine Resistant:
 Long-lasting fabrics designed to prevent the effects of chlorine and preserve the color, shape and elasticity of a swimsuit.
Colorblock:
 Strategically placed contrasting colors paired together on a swimsuit to flatter the figure.
Convertible:
 Silhouettes that feature versatile straps for multiple styling options: bandeau, halter or over-the-shoulder.
Cover Up:
 Beach garments (tunics, maxi dresses, pants and more) typically worn over a swimsuit; some styles can be worn as regular clothing.
Crochet:
 Handicraft in which materials are made up into a patterned fabric by looping them with a hooked needle.
Crossback:
 X-back design that offers full bust support and range of motion.
Cup-Sized:
 Select underwire swimsuits that are available in cup sizes ranging from C/D to G/H that provide a supportive, bra-like fit.
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Dolman Sleeve:
 A sleeve that is very wide at the top of the arm and narrows toward the elbow or wrist for an easy, comfortable fit.
Draped:
 Fabric loosely fits across the body; not form-fitting.
Dress:
 A one piece garment that varies in length and usually consists of a bodice and skirt.
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Embellished:
 Swimwear adorned with decorative hardware or other details.
Embroidery:
 Patterns or pictures that consist of stitches sewn directly into a garment.
Empire Waist:
 A style with a fitted bodice ending just below the bust, giving a high-waisted appearance.
Encircled Shelf Bra:
 A built-in bra that fully encircles the underbust with a soft, plush elastic band.
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Flared Fit:
 A silhouette that is fitted through the waist and flares out at or below the hips to enhance a woman's shape.
Flowy Fit:
 Relaxed-fit silhouette that drapes comfortably over the midsection.
Flyaway:
 A draped silhouette that features a breezy, open-front design.
Foil:
 Metallic applique used to decorate garments.
Foldover Brief:
 Convertible brief that folds over for extra tummy control.
Form Fit:
 Body-skimming styles that enhance a woman's best features.
Fringe:
 An ornamental border of threads left loose at the edge of a swimsuit or garment.
Front-Lined:
 An extra layer of lining in the front panel of our swimsuits for additional tummy control.
Full Coverage Brief:
 Swim bottom that offers full front and rear coverage and sits at the natural waist.
Fully-Lined:
 An extra layer of lining added in the front and back panels of our swimsuits.
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GabiFresh by Gabi Gregg:
 Our annual plus size swimwear collection designed by fashion blogger Gabi Gregg, aka GabiFresh; the edgy swimwear line is typically available in sizes 10-26 with bra cups up to G/H.
Grommet:
 Metal rings inserted into material that are used for decorative purposes.
Gusset:
 An extra piece of fabric sewn into the crotch area of most of our swimsuits.
Gym to Swim:
 Our exclusive line of chlorine resistant separates made with special, long-lasting fabrics to be worn in the pool, at the gym or out and about.
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H-Back:
 Sporty back design shaped like the letter H that offers superior bust support.
Halter:
 A swim top that is secured around the neck, exposing the back.
Handkerchief Hem:
 A hemline on some of our swimsuits formed by panels of fabric which fall in points, resembling the corners of a handkerchief.
Heart Shape:
 A body type characterized as being narrower along the hips and thighs and fuller through the shoulders and bust.
High-Low Hem:
 A hemline that is higher in the front than in the back.
High-Neck:
 More coverage on the bust and neckline, available in both sporty or fashionable styles.
High Waist Bottom:
 Our highest rise brief bottom that conceals most of the tummy and rests slightly above the natural waist.
Hipster Bikini Brief:
 Low-rise brief with full rear coverage.
Hourglass Shape:
 The curviest body type characterized as having wider hips and shoulders, a smaller waist, full rear and thighs and shapely lower legs.
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Keyhole:
 A round or oval cut-out in the fabric designed to emphasize certain areas of the body or allow for better range of movement.
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Lace:
 Net-like ornamental fabric.
Laser-Cut:
 Technology that uses a high-power laser to cut fabrics into special designs.
Lattice:
 Interlaced fabrics that create a flattering, oven-weave pattern.
Legging:
 Ankle-length, form-fitted swim bottom that offers maximum leg coverage and features a wide elastic waistband.
Lingerie Strap:
 Double, non-adjustable thin shoulder straps.
Longitude:
 Designer swimwear line consisting of one piece swimsuits and swimdresses created specifically for long-torso women.
Long Torso Swimwear:
 One piece swimsuits and swimdresses specifically designed with added length in the middle for long-torso women; commonly referred to as Longitude.
Low Waist Bottom:
 Our lowest rise brief bottom that reveals most of the midriff and visually lengthens the torso; rests below the navel.
Lycra Xtra Life:
 Spandex fabric that holds its shape, color and fit 5-10 times longer than other fabrics.
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Macrame:
 The art of knotting fabric to produce a decorative pattern.
Maxi Dress:
 Casual floor or ankle-length dress.
Mesh:
 Net-like, lightweight fabric designed to keep the wearer cool and comfortable.
Mid Waist Bottom:
 Bottom that sits above the hip bone but right below the natural waist, exposing the navel and upper midriff.
Mix and Match:
 Pair together tops and bottoms of different sizes, styles and colors to create the perfect swim look and fit.
Molded Cup Bra:
 A bra with seamless soft foam cups that mold to the natural shape of the breasts.
Monokini:
 A one piece swimsuit that looks like a bikini top and bottom joined in the middle with a minimal amount of fabric.
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Natural Waist:
 The natural curve of the body located between the ribcage and hips.
Nylon:
 A synthetic fiber that is highly durable and water resistant.
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One Piece:
 A form-fitting swimsuit that fully covers the torso, including swimdresses and sarong front swimsuits.
Overbust Measurement:
 The measurement taken over the fullest part of the bust.
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Pear Shape:
 Body type categorized as being fullest through the hips and thighs and narrower through the waistline and shoulders.
Plunge:
 Low-cut, deep V-neckline.
Plus Size:
 A series of sizes designed for full-figured, curvy women, beginning typically at size 8.
Poncho:
 Pullover cover up that glides loosely over the body with holes cut out for the head and arms.
Power Mesh:
 Specific type of mesh used to line swimsuits to comfortably firm and control.
Princess Seam:
 Seams running through the front of a garment that add a tailored fit to the bust to create a flared silhouette.
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Racerback:
 A Y-shaped design behind the shoulder blades that emphasizes the arms and shoulders, while offering full bust support and range of motion.
Relaxed Fit:
 A swimsuit that fits loosely over the body, offering a comfortable feel.
Removable Bra Cups:
 Pads that are inserted into small slits on the side of the bust area for extra padding, shape and support, but can also be easily taken out.
Reversible Bikini:
 A two-piece swimsuit that can be worn inside out to create a brand new swim look.
Ruched:
 Gathered up pieces of fabric in a repeating wave-like pattern that create a flattering appearance.
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S-Hook:
 Metal or plastic closure in the shape of an "S" that is used to fasten the back of a swimsuit for a secure fit.
Sarong Front:
 One piece swimsuit style with a skirted front layer of fabric to provide extra front and thigh coverage.
Scoop-Neck:
 A U-shaped neckline that highlights the neck and collarbone area.
Self-Tie Strap:
 Straps that can be adjusted for a custom fit.
Separates:
 Collection of swim tops and bottoms that can be mixed and matched to create the perfect look and fit. Swimwear is sold individually, not as a set.
Shelf Bra:
 A built-in front bra with a soft, plush elastic band.
Shirred:
 Rows of gathered fabric added for decorative design and to create a flattering appearance.
Shortini:
 A two-piece swimsuit that pairs a swim top with shorts for full rear and extra thigh coverage. Shorts are offered in numerous bottom silhouettes including boy shorts, cargo shorts, loose shorts, nylon shorts, banded waist shorts and bike shorts.
Side-Tie:
 Pull ties provide adjustable side coverage on convertible bottoms; non-adjustable, fashion detail on blouson silhouettes.
Skirt:
 Swim bottom with an attached brief, offering full rear and upper thigh coverage.
Skirtini:
 A two-piece swimsuit that pairs a swim top with a skirted bottom for full rear and upper to mid-thigh coverage. Skirt silhouettes can vary from bottoms like sarong skirts and side-slit skirts.
Skort:
 Bottom silhouette with a skirted front and boy short style back; hits upper thigh with front side-slit opening.
Smocked:
 An embroidery technique used to gather fabric into tight pleats, allowing the material to stretch.
Strapless:
 A garment without shoulder straps or other visible means of support, highlighting the neckline, shoulders and arms. Also referred to as a bandeau swimsuit.
String Bikini:
 Sexy, two-piece swimsuit with high-cut leg and adjustable, self-tie straps for the perfect fit.
Surplice:
 Fabric that is crossed diagonally in the front or back to create a V-shape.
Sweetheart Neckline:
 A heart-shaped neckline that emphasizes the bust.
Swim Bra:
 Sporty-style bra top with non-adjustable straps that can be worn everywhere from the pool to gym; Power Mesh-encircled bra provides full bust support.
Swimdress:
 Flirty, feminine one piece with skirted bottom; can be loose or form-fitted.
Swim Shirt:
 Sporty-style fitted top designed to wear over a swimsuit for full upper body coverage, both in and out of the water.
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Tankini:
 Two-piece swimsuit that has the look of a one piece. The top fully covers the torso and is paired with either a bikini bottom, skirt or shorts.
Tank:
 Style of swimsuit with non-adjustable, wide straps offering full bust support.
Tie-Front:
 Decorative design seen on sweetheart necklines; non-adjustable.
Tiered:
 Overlapping layers of different length fabric; typically ruffled.
Triangle Top:
 Sexiest bikini top with cups in the basic shape of a triangle. Straps secure around the neck and the back to provide adjustable sizing.
Tummy Control:
 Lining that shapes and controls the midsection, providing a smooth appearance.
Tunic:
 An unlined cover up, typically of a semi-sheer fabric, that resembles a dress or a long shirt; hits above the knee.
Twist-Front:
 Ruching detail typically found on sweetheart necklines; highlights the bust.
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Underwire:
 Metal wire built-in to the bra cups to provide extra support, lift and shape to the bust.
Underbust Measurement:
 The measurement directly under the breasts and around the back.
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V-Neck:
 A neckline with a V-shaped front that offers full support.
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Wire-free:
 Soft, molded bra cups that do not have a metal wire built-in; offers bust support and extra comfort.
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X-Back:
 Criss-cross back straps in the shape of an X; offers full bust support and range of motion.
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Zip Front:
 Easy-fit, sporty style; functional detail that allows for adjustable bust coverage.