Now isthe time of year when we take off all excess pieces and set out on a wonderful swimsuit adventure. Have you already got yours? I got mine and this year my choice were mostly the one piece, which may not be the best choice for getting a tan (I’ll just have to change then), but are great for styling. I chose the most fashionable models of the moment for you and I already know that you’ll be impressed!
Plunging one piece swimsuit
It isthe most represented piece and I really like it. Sexy and a bit dangerous, at least in the sense that they it doesn’tallow for a lot of movement, but if you have a nice cleavage, it willdefinitely emphasize it beautifully. They’re not for everybody, because it’s clear they require a smaller bust and some boldness, but if you have that, the result is guaranteed.
One piece swimsuit with dropped armholes
Similarly to the former, this is a model thatshows off the side part of your breasts. They were already a hit last year, because it’s impossible to forget Chiara Ferragni and the other women after her. A gorgeous piece, which, again, requires top shape and is slightly reminiscent of the 80’s, because it’sreally very simple and unfortunately without support.
High leg one piece swimsuit
Take a look at Baywatch with Pamela Anderson and you’ll figure it out. What can I say? I’m not a fan, or rather, it depends on the figure. To me it seems that all women apart from 20-year olds have some excess skin in the bikini area and this swimsuit shows it all! The bones, the fat, the milky skin and then some. So be aware that the only way you’ll look good in these is with Photoshop, everything else is borderline utopian. And since I can remember the 90’s quite well, I can tell you today’s models are cut even higher, so go ahead, if you dare.
This is certainly the right choice for those who love vintage. They’re somewhere between a one piece and bikini and they allow for a good measure of interpretation. The bottom part usually has a high waist, but not necessarily, because various cutouts and other elements make for a variety of options.
Lace-up and panels
An interesting feature in front, at the cleavage, because the lace-up enables us to regulate, how much we expose. Then there’s also side panels like you see in panties, real bikini style, which never goes out of fashion.
Two piece and one piece off the shoulder
I adore these! I like the asymmetrical cut, not only in swimsuits but also in dresses. They’re interesting, sexy and playful. The one piece haswon me over some time ago, and so did the two piece with the top that looks like a sports top. Great choice.
Playful and romantic as well as very Boho. You have to have at least one frilled swimsuit in your closet and it doesn’t matter, if it’s one piece or a bikini, as long as they are full of frills! Colorful or black, either way they’re great for women who need a trick to disguise wider hips, smaller or larger breasts, big or tiny butt. Double hurray for frills!
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