Step 1: Lay your bikini top on a table or bed. Step 2: Slide the triangles close together leaving a 1′- 2′ gap. Step 3: Tie the under bust strap into a knot or bow to create a small circle 2′ – 4′ in diameter with each triangle on opposing sides of the circle facing away from each other.
How do you tie a swimsuit so it doesn’t hurt your neck one piece?
If your bikini top is making your neck ache, there’s a better way to tie it. Allison Kimmey demonstrates in this Instagram video: tie the top right string to the bottom left, and vice versa. Now the straps are crossed in the back, and you can slip the top over your head and tie the ends of the strings together.
Ties on the Side
Pull one side of the bikini top’s bottom string all the way through so there is just an inch or so hanging out of your bikini top. Then pull the other side of the string through and around your back and create your tie on the side.
‘If you often have a hard time keeping your swimsuit in place, you absolutely need to use butt glue. It is a fabric adhesive that is waterproof, won’t ruin your swimsuit, and keeps your swimwear pinned where it needs to be.’
- Get two pairs of bikini bottoms. Turn one pair to a 90 degree angle and put one arm through the crotch opening.
- Put other arm and head through the waist opening to create a strap.
- Pull material down so that it covers modesty.
- Repeat with other bikini bottoms on the other side.
How do you turn a triangle bikini into a strapless one?
Turn your triangle bikini into a strapless one with a few simple knots. Turn your bikini top upside down and tie the top string (what used to be the bottom string) behind your back. Cross the bottom string (what used to be the top string) underneath your chest, then tie it together behind your back.