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Swimwear for Summer 2013

Swimwear for Summer 2013

With holiday season looming, it is likely that preparations for your week away in some tropical paradise are already underway – the factor fifteen is packed, your holiday read has been purchased, and that perfect swimwear that never fails to make you look fabulous, well, actually, is probably looking a bit tired after five summers in a row. However, with summer 2013’s swimwear rapidly making its way into our favourite retailers, you are sure to find a replacement faster than you can say “When does cocktail hour start around here?”

Undoubtedly, when it comes to swimwear, functionality and practicality are fundamental to the design; however, this season, you can also expect to find a range of exciting catwalk inspired designs adorning the swimwear aisles. The SS13 swimwear collections are some of the most daring, stylish and glamorous to date, as key summer trends translate seamlessly from the catwalk onto the high street – from vintage patters and cuts, to gorgeously garish graphic prints, glamorous Grecian goddess creations, and little sporty numbers that have somehow managed to transform sensible into sophisticated.

With such a range on offer, it is almost guaranteed that there will be no love lost between you and that worn out bikini of yours as you find swimwear in just the right cut, style and design to show off your figure.

Screen shot 2013-07-08 at 19.24.45Slim figures will look fabulous in most swimwear designs; however, the curvier women out there will be pleased to hear that much of this season’s swimwear will work for their figures, too. For example, 1950s-style swimwear, with its high-waisted bottoms, halter neck straps and sweetheart necklines, is ideal for a figure with some shape. Much of the sport-inspired swimwear uses block colour, paneling and simple, elegant designs which will also flatter a curvier figure. Graphics and Grecian-inspired swimwear can look fabulous in the right cut; just remember to always accentuate your best bits.

If you do not have the confidence to know which cuts, styles and designs work best for you, then use a specialist retailer where all the thinking has been done for you; for example, have a collection of swimwear with all the extra support and comfort required in designs created to flatter those curves.

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