These are the trends the fashion industry tells us to wear but regardless, when choosing a swimsuit, you should consider your body type before buying. Think of your proportions and areas you would like to eventuate and hide. This way you could still look sexy but feel comfortable in what you’re wearing as well. HAPPY SHOPPING LADIES.
TREND #1: PRINTS
TREND #2: ONE SHOULDER
Just like the one-shoulder dresses, the style has become popular with swimsuits, and has been appearing in both exclusive designer collections and more affordable brands.
Trend #3: Cut out
Cut out bathing suits are one of the sexist styles, however, they do require a fit and flawless figure most times, or ladies that aren’t afraid to show their goodies
Trend #4: Sequins
If you love our sparkle, then these shining swimwear pieces which will be a hit on the beach this season are the choice for you. Sequins have been on most runways, in all colors, complemented with beading, crystals and embroidery.
Trend #5: Monotone
Monotone bikinis have long been the most popular and favorite amongst most women. This Spring/ Summer 2012 season pastel tones, orange and white hues will dominate. Make sure to choose a piece that has some details so you don’t look dull at the beach
Trend #6: Retro
Retro, comes into fashion once again. Even though most of our men don’t hold much admiration to the high-wasted bottoms and full-coverage look, you can wear a retro-inspired bikini or a one-piece suit to cover your problem areas and feel more comfortable.
Trend #7: Ruffles
Ruffles have been almost everywhere on the runways, which doesn’t surprise me when they bombard in with swimsuits as well. This style is sweet looking, however, make sure you stay away from them if you want to look slimmer, especially in the hip area.
Trend #8: Bandeau
Bandeau bikinis are a personal favorite for me, and are known to look amazing on women with small breasts. Beware ladies, support is definitely not one of this style’s best attributes. This is a hot trend but be wise and study your frame before deciding to buy one.