How do you know when spring has officially arrived? Some people notice the blooms and flowers, or the sunny blue skies. But for those of us who are fashion-obsessed (who, me?) it's the clothes that make the season. I take one look at those lighter spring jackets,dresses and flats and am so excited to ditch the parka, tights and socks! As a girl living in a climate that can turn into an absolute tundra on a dime, I appreciate every blade of green grass tickling my toes.
For me, spring fashion evokes imagery of bright colours and bold prints. But that's not for everyone and every closet certainly needs a good balance, mine included. You needs a harmonious wardrobe that's just as multifaceted as you! You need compatibility in your closet so that regardless of your mood that day, you can find something that feels right. Although, most of us ladies will probably still complain that we have nothing to wear. For those days you need neutrals my friends, and they really should be part of your wardrobe regardless of your personal taste.
What are neutral colours? What is a neutral outfit? Personal style varies and what may seem indistinct to one person may be too much for another, but blush and earthy tones are a good rule of thumb. The most common shades come to mind such as white, beige, ivory and brown. However, neutrals can encompass everything from lighter shades of pink and blue to army green. Style is individual, so what neutral means to you is just as personal.
Neutral pieces can be found all over, shorts, coats, shoes, pants – you name it. It's easy to find clothing that integrates nicely into your existing closet. They're neutrals after all, they're not there to steal the attention away from your fearless favourites, they're there to complement them. These pieces are so versatile they can be incorporated into a multitude of looks and outfits. Just in case you're not convinced.
Swimwear has evolved greatly over time. During the 1600s, canvas smocks' stiffness and huge sleeves made swimming hard for British women. Heavy woolen bathing costumes continued limiting their flexibility into the 1800s. Soft, stretchy, chic alternatives enabling water mobility emerged in the 1900s. Today, many designer creations flaunt sexy figures and bare skin boldly. Luckily, various shapes, cuts, and fabrics let you expose whatever amount feels right.
Sensational Two-Piece Sets Top and bottom pieces in varied shapes reveal typical body areas in different amounts.
Tankinis: Instead of bra-style upper halves, these separates feature tank tops extending over bikini or hipster bottoms. Plus-sizetankinis offer two-piece flexibility without exposing your midriff. Some are long enough also to conceal hips. For thigh coverage, order skirted briefs.
Classic bikinis: These timeless separates' shapes resemble bra and panty undergarments. Tops with cups may provide underwire reinforcement. Over-the-shoulder straps connect to back bands. Women's bikini swimsuits give you many modern neckline and closure choices. Swimsuits Direct's halters feature plunging or high necklines and tie around your neck or cross over your back. Uplifting styles enhance small breasts or support ample ones. Bikini bottoms can be as daring as you'd like. If you prefer fuller coverage, pick bathing suits that offer optional hipster or high-waist briefs.
String bikinis: Three laces link the two triangular-shaped fabric pieces covering your breasts. Knot one string running through each triangle's base around your back, creating a band. Then secure the remaining two strings extending above each triangle behind your neck. Two laces sticking out from the two lower triangles' sides connect the bottoms. Fasten the front and back sections at each hip.
Triangle bathing suits for women go beyond typical string versions. Swimsuits Direct's parallel and lattice string elements, decorative tassels, and crochet inserts add visual appeal. For vigorous activities, pick styles with more secure fasteners. Some replace top strings with center back bands, cross-back straps, or clip closures. Bottom side-tie alternatives range from strappy detailing to cute cutouts.
Along charming French Riviera and stunning Mediterranean seashores, women flourish unique to sexy and classic to brightly colored swimwear. Discover which swimsuit and cover-up styles are suitable for European beaches. Then select from tempting destinations to show off your new fashions.
What to Wear Two-piece bathing suits: European beaches are overflowing with skin-baring visitors. Pack several Swimsuits Direct bikinis from top designers. Choose bandeau, halter, high-neck, crop-top, sporty, or tankini sets with sturdy straps keeping tops secure in wild waves. Familiar styles increase your comfort level when displaying skimpy looks publically. Freshen up separates by picking adventurous shades or patterns. Try Cutewe's vivid solids from hot pink to electric blue or geometric yet feminine motifs flashing rich color medleys.
One-piece swimsuits: Prefer fuller coverage? Then you'll feel more attractive in one-piece Swimsuits Direct looks. Despite extra fabric, women's swimwear can go from alluring to steamy. Popular European bathing suits resemble America's strapless, halter, and sporty styles. Flaunt your figure discretely in flattering curve-hugging silhouettes with ruching, shirring, or tummy toners for slenderizing effects. Try swim dresses or boylegs to conceal upper thighs.
Cover-upsand shoes: Walking between hotels or cars and beaches in revealing swimming suits is uncommon in Europe, so you'll need tasteful outer attire. Shop Swimsuits Direct for cover ups from tops, vests, kimonos, and dresses to rompers, shorts, skirts, and pants. Anything lightweight you can slip in and out of easily also will shield you from sunrays and chilly breezes. Pair solid-colored toppers with flashy bathing suit prints and vice versa. Take sandals or flip flops for strolls to and from beaches and along sandy seashores.
Summer clothes made of soft and light fabrics that keep you cool through spring and summer. At Cutewe Resort Collection we take great care in selecting materials that are comfortable and lovely to be worn. For those chilly day we have also created a few knit pieces, as a cover up for the beach, on top of your bikini.
The shapes in Cutewe women's clothes
Our tropical collection of women's clothes presents items that worship the female silhouette and charms its admirers! Blouses with cut-out shoulders, long dresses with a glorious slit to allow a sexy glimpse of your legs and charming designs adoring the décolletage, create a summer clothes collection that is truly “tropical” –rising the temperatures. Liked our article? Read our blog for more tips on women's clothes. www.cutewe.com
Well it is the end of April.... And the weather? Let's forget that at present.
This month for those of you who enjoy my monthly rambles I thought I would focus not so much on trends and current fashions but more on the emphasis of having three or four core pieces in your wardrobe. By this I mean classic, top fabrics and often rather plain options.
e.g a couple of basics that are very important for summer are either a a full length pant ¾ or short depending on your preference. A straight simple linen skirt is also another option. Two or more classic styled tops or teeshirts are a must and into this category I would also add a shirt... These are now going to feature strongly over the summer and into the following sping and summer season.
All of these garments should be able to be worked back against each other thus giving a comprehensive choice and a few variable choices in your wardrobe.
Jackets are also in the must haves this summer, denim and linen fabrics make for great jackets but if you are not into these then simplistic little cardigans are very popular.
This weather has prevented our two little Daxies from getting out into the sunlight this last week so hence a pic- hunkering down together battling earthquakes & rain. Brave little girls eh?
Regarding the earthquakes that we have endured the team at Cutewe send their best wishes to everyone affected not an easy time for many.