Swimwear fashion is generally influenced by the styles of celebrities. The most watched designer swimwear pattern among celebrities this year includes bright hues, one-shoulder motifs, and a cutout monokini look. However, when it comes to women’s swimwear, there is more than meets the eye. So here’s a look at bikini cut details, colors, prints, and designs that can help you look your best.
Bright and hot color designer swimsuits
To complement the cool and bright spring and summer of 2009, most of the women on the beach have been seen flaunting the jewel hues of emerald, pink, purple, red and royal blue. So much so that Bunny Beach Swimwear has presented a full range of brightly colored bikinis and monokinis. If you love to join in on this riot of colors, grab a designer swimsuit in bold and eye-catching tones.
The supreme appeal of a Monokini
This year, fashionistas have reawakened to the magic of a one-shoulder monokini. If you’re comfortable in a bit of fur show, opt for a one-piece cut designer swimsuit that will have a single sexy strap adorning one of your shoulders. In fact, fashion experts at London Fashion Week have rated single-strap monokinis as more attractive than strapless swimsuits for women. You can make the best impression with a solid black, red or floral print monokini.
Experiment with a two-piece monokini
The monokini is such a hot swimwear trend this year that it is rated 10/10 on Richter Sclae designer bikinis. If you love to experiment with your bikini top and bottom, now is the right time to pair a halter neck bikini top and briefs connected by a wide slanted strap or chain. This is a favorite of many because it gives a unique semi-cut, semi two-piece look to your designer swimwear. Furthermore, the two-piece monokini is also a wonderful take on the popular asymmetric swimsuit look.
Use the most striking prints to grab attention
Animal prints and African jungle are all the rage this year and with these you can accentuate your inner savagery while drawing attention from the crowd. You can buy a designer swimsuit with python, zebra and leopard prints to be the center of attention. If you’re not comfortable in these bold prints, opt for tie-dye prints in rich shades of green, purple, red, pink, and orange.
Flaunting single cut tankinis is hot
If you are not comfortable exposing your body, a patterned tankini may be your choice. Pairing a bikini top with a short skirt is a popular trend among women who want maximum coverage. You can enhance your body features by buying women’s swimsuits with triangle tops and simple side lace-up briefs. Fashion designers are opting for a laid-back style statement by complementing designer swimwear with jewelry, sunglasses, bags, Panama hats, and belts.