Ruched bikinis, sometimes called scrunch bikinis, are the perfect way to flatter any backside regardless of shape. Instead of a straight stitch down the back which causes the fabric to lie flat across your butt, a puckered stitch runs down the back that gathers the fabric and causes it to mold to the contour of your cheeks. Whether you have a flat butt, small butt, big butt or round butt, this effect makes it look even more amazing.
A lot of bikini bottoms with a straight stitch down the back look like they have extra fabric or look saggy when they get wet, but ruched bikinis hold their shape even when wet thanks to the special backside stitching. As this style starts to become a regular on the beach scene, more and more women are making the change. Once you make the switch to a ruched bikini, you will mostly likely never go back to your old style. Puckered stitching may seem like a minor detail until you see what you look like from the back.
One of the best things about ruched bikinis is that they are available in a variety of styles. The difference between a puckered and a straight stitch full coverage bikini bottom is the most obvious. Full coverage bottoms are often the problem when it comes to the whole saggy-when-wet issue because of the stitching. When a puckered stitch is added to the backside, the fabric still covers your entire rear but it does it in a much more flattering way. Brazilian bottom and thong lovers can enjoy the ruched look, too. Smaller cuts are even sexier with a little scrunch to the backside. Regardless of what style you are currently wearing, chances are there is a scrunch back version of it that would look even better on you.