Summer is finally here and its time for sun and sun dresses. That means that it’s also time to hit the beaches and pool in the most fabulous swim wear you can find. So what is hot in 2014?
Now a standard that never seems to go out of style, the cutout bathing suit is for the girl who likes to get a second look as everyone checks out the surprise skin reveals. There are so many sexy variations that the only problems you will have are picking the one (or 10) you are going to buy and explaining the random tan lines. Some of the best cutout swimwear can be seen at Lyst.com like this ASOS black cutout and a Jean Paul Gaultier cutout halter.
Have you ever seen a color that made you think of the beautiful blue-green waters of a Caribbean resort? This summer people will see you and want to buy tickets to Jamaica when you wear the gorgeous aqua and sea green colored swim wear that is so hot this year. It glows on all skin tones and makes everywhere you are where exactly where everyone else wants to be. Wear an L*Space Adia Olivia bikini in sea-foam or Oye Swimwear Sally Maillot in turquoise and stand out from the crowd in the right way.
We’ve cycled around to this fashion classic and the great thing about that is color blocking looks great on all shapes and sizes. Smart design can use large chunks of black to camouflage what you want to hide and bright color strips can emphasize all your best parts. Want to see who is doing color-blocking right this season? Check out the Roksanda Ilincic Enzo colour-block swimsuit and Tory Burch Lipsi Colorblock One-Piece at JC Bikinis, and the Sweatheart Patchwork Maillot at Anthropologie.com.
These sexy summer surprises are not for your grandma. But if your grandma is skilled in the crocheting arts she could probably make you a bikini in about an hour. Simple bikini, mono-kini, tankini, and full body swimwear shapes with crochet overlays and connectors give a look of effortless beauty and casual class. Find the look at Nordstrom.com like this Robin Piccone Penelope Crochet Overlay One-Piece or learn how to easily make your own at Mooglyblog.com with 10 Free Crochet Bikini Patterns.