Summer is officially here tomorrow! If you haven't already found the perfect suit for the summer, I've come up with four different scenarios and swimsuit tips to help you find the perfect suit. If you are looking exclusively for a one-piece, check out 10\u00a0one-piece suits under $50.\r\nYou are: boating with friends.\r\nTip: Lock in your girls\r\n\r\nIf your boating trips are anything like mine, there may be some tubing or water skiing in your future. Make sure to pick a suit that provides full coverage up top to make sure you don\u2019t have a boob slip moment.\r\n\r\nWhy this suit?:\u00a0Scuba Bikini\r\n\r\nThe full coverage top is perfect for water sports and will help you avoid oops moments. The two-piece is sporty but still sexy. This suit is perfect for a slim or athletic build.\r\nYou are: lounging by the pool cabana in Vegas\r\nTip: Look for built-in cups, under-wires or a shelf-bra and adjustable straps\r\n\r\nGo ahead girl, rock that skimpy bikini! If you feel confident and amazing in a bikini, then I\u2019m all for it. But one word of caution with string bikinis: unless you have extra perky boobs, please opt for a top that helps shape and define your girls.\r\n\r\nSuits without any sort of support can make your chest look like a pancake. A perky bust adds to the illusion of a smaller waistline and an hourglass shape. Find a swimsuit that has built-in cups or a shelf-bra with adjustable straps so you can get the girls nice and high.\r\n\r\nWhy this suit?:\u00a0Bikini\r\n\r\nMolded cups, under wires, and straps shape and support the bust while the bold print is eye catching and creates curves. This suit is perfect for an athletic or slim build.\r\nYou are: taking your infant swimming for the first time.\r\nFor new moms like me, you might prefer a one-piece until your post-baby body is back where it used to be. A one-piece can be just as sexy, and more figure flattering, than a bikini. Plus, one-pieces tend to be more practical, especially if you are going to be doing anything other than lying in a beach chair.\r\n\r\nTip: Choose seaming, rouching or boning for added support and shape\r\n\r\nA well-cut swimsuit with seams, boning or rouching will make your body look better.\u00a0 Rouching camouflages, boning provides support and well-placed seams are slimming.\r\n\r\nTip: Find Optical Illusions\r\n\r\nSuits with color blocking, banding and different color panels can create the illusion of a slimmer figure. Look for suits that are dark on the bottom and light on top, suits with built-in belts, or suits with dark side panels, all of which create slimming effects.\r\n\r\nWhy this suit?:\u00a0One-piece\r\n\r\nThe middle geometric panel \u00a0with pleating creates a vertical line that is slimming and the pleats camouflage a tummy. The\u00a0black side panels give the illusion of a slimmer figure. The\u00a0sweetheart neckline, molded cups, and straps accentuate the bust.\r\nYou are: chasing the kids around the beach\r\nTip: Opt for a Rash Guard\r\n\r\nI love the idea of a rash guard paired with a bikini bottom because it provides sun protection, but still looks cute. It\u2019s a lot easier to chase kids around when you don\u2019t have to worry about constantly adjusting your bikini top for fear of your girls falling out. Plus, you can be a role model for your kids. When they whine about wearing their own rash guards, you can point to yourself as an example of what to do to protect yourself from the sun's harmful rays.\r\n\r\nWhy this suit?:\u00a0Rash guard\r\n\r\nThe rash guard provides sun protection for chest, shoulders and back. The blue vertical piping is slimming and elongating and the\u00a0blue panel on the bottom draw the eye upward toward the face.