Looking for the perfect swimsuit? Pick one that matches your body shape:

• Petite
Don't: Choose a suit with boy shorts, because it will cause your legs to look even shorter!
Do: Wear a suit with high cut legs. This will elongate your legs and make you look taller.

• Athletically Built
Don't: Buy suits that accentuate your shoulders. Pick suits that draw your eye to other parts of your body downplay broad shoulders.
Do: Wear a bathing suit that has feminine ruffles at the bust line and hips. This will help to make even the straightest body look curvy.

• Pear Shaped
Don't: Choose boy shorts, or skirted bathing suits. They pull the eye down, and will only make you look wider on the bottom.
Do: To get a slimming affect, pick a suit that has a darker color on the bottom. This will draw the eye up to your bust and face, instead of your lower half.

• Hourglass/Full Figured
Don't: Buy a bathing suit that has texture or patterns. This will add bulk to your figure.
Do: Pick full coverage suits with a skirt or suits that draw attention to the bust line rather than your waist. Darker shades and solid prints also help to slim your figure.

Loved a suit you saw on the show? Want to know who it's by? Here's your quick guide:

Petite: Vicks
Athletic: J.C. Penney
Pear Shaped: Avenue.com
Hourglass/Full Figure: Avenue.com

Family Friendly Entertainment

If you are planning on heading to the movies, the rental store or just hanging out on the couch with your kids this weekend, you will want to check out this family-friendly entertainment for March 30–April 1 from our friends at Common Sense Media:

• New in Theaters
"Meet the Robinsons" (Walt Disney Pictures) Rated G
"Blades of Glory" (Paramount Pictures) Rated PG-13

• New on Home Video
"Happy Feet" (Warner Bros.) Rated PG
"Pursuit of Happyness" (Columbia Pictures) Rated PG-13

• New on TV
"Planet Earth TV" Discovery Channel
Sundays at 8 p.m.

For more details on these and many more family friendly entertainment options, you can log onto my Web site at www.hillfriends.com and click on the Family Friendly Entertainment category.

E.D. Hill anchors 'FOX News Live' weekdays from 11 a.m. to noon ET.