If you have a great bod, then the smaller the better. If you don't, then the bigger the better.
I think a sport suit with a thicker fabric is comfortable and economical for everyday use.
Get a real athletics swimsuit (Speedo, Adidas etc) with a racing back, not a U back. U-backs tend to slip and show a bit more than you may be willing to expose. Also, the slipping interferes with your stroke.
Real swimsuits (not fashion "bathing" suits) are made to withstand chlorine and daily washing and will end up lasting much longer, which is why they tend to cost a little more. Make sure you have 2 suits if you are swimming every day, and rotate them.
One trick I used to do when I was a competetive swimmer was to wear 2 swimsuits when they started to get thin and holey, as did most of the other girls. That looked cute on and extended the life of otherwise unwearable suits.
Try boy shorts tankinis, they are very sporty.
There are great selection at: http://www.swimwearplace.com/women-s-sw … ss-c-21_28
A one-piece usually suits swimming in a pool. Just make sure you rince it out after swimming, as the Chlorine in pools can damage the fabric.
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You may find that you can wear either a one piece or a two piece, it does not really matter, as long as the swimsuit is comfortable and fits perfectly. It all depends on you to feel good in the swimsuit you have on and worry about the swimming and NOT about the suit you have on.
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