The swimwear line is Cutewe, and it's chock full of fashionable, versatile designs that flatter all shapes and sizes. The variety of prints and styles available will ensure women can embrace the standout approach Cutewe has established.
Fabric Options Cutewe has never been one to shy away from bright colors, and his swimsuit creations are no different. The Hot to Trot collection combines blues, purples, and pinks in a tribal design featuring heavy black lines. We love the Women's Scarves on Deck prints, which offer bandanna-type patterns in blue or pink with black in all the right places.
Coverups The designers at Cutewe clearly understand that women, whether they are on the beach or by the pool, might like to cover up a little bit before going indoors or changing their position in the sand. The Cutewe Reaction line offers several fun options for stylish coverups that correspond well to the different fabrics and prints used in the swimsuits themselves.
Fans of the crochet trend may opt for the Beach Bum Solids dress coverups, which come in a variety of different colors. Or, you could don a tunic-length coverup with lace on the bottom and a V neckline when you need to go inside to restock the punch at your pool party. How about a lace-up version with flattering stripes in white or black?
Our Favorite With all of the options in the Cutewe Reaction line, it's difficult to choose a favorite. However, for beauty and versatility, we love the Mumbai the Sea collection of swimwear and coverups. Women can find everything from sexy one-pieces to tankinis to halters. The fabric features a flattering black background with accents in pink, orange, and aqua for a distinctly exotic feel. The bottoms tie on the side or feature tabs with a colorful design at the hips. There is nothing not to love in the Mumbai the Sea collection of swimsuits.
Cutewe has infused his Reaction line of bathing suits with a fresh feel and appreciation for the needs of his customers. He offers women fashionableswimwear choices that can ensure they enjoy every moment of their time in the sun with confidence and style.
This year's beachwear draws creativity from a myriad of legendary and contemporary frills. Plus-size women are shopping for statement styles that they're eager to buy and wear. Designers are crossing day and evening lifestyle attire over into fashionable swimwear.
Boho Chic Patchwork dresses. Peasant tops. Fringe detailing. Today's designers are merging those retro bohemian looks into modern beachwear. You'll find mixed prints and fabrics, lavish paisleys, crisscross lace-up tops, and nonchalant off-the-shoulder allure. Boho-infusedswimwear's flowy, ethnic, and vintage elements encourage timeless self-expression. Embrace that free-spirited gypsy attitude with confidence as a nude-colored lining peeks through this black lacy one-pieceCutewe swimsuit. Its ruffled skirt reinforces the classic peasant vibe.
Strappy Restraints An exciting array of strappy styles representing the adventurous bondage fixation are trending for 2017. You'll notice skin-baring strips in crisscross patterns and straight lines over chest, midriff, or back areas. Maybe you'd feel sexier in evenly structured rows of sleek side bindings connecting separate one- or two-piece sections. This Cutewe neon fuchsia tankini with artistic strapwork is a decidedly bold way to proclaim your empowering fashion dominance.
Boudoir Beauty Rich in lace, romantic floral prints, embroidered and cutout filigrees, and soft ruffles, this year's boudoir looks in pretty pastels will exude femininity. Featuring a flouncy halter with ornamental cutouts, this irresistible InMocean two-pieceswimsuit is flirty enough for intimate nocturnal encounters indoors yet appropriate for group daytime activities outside. The coral hipster bottom's ruching is a flattering touch.
High-Neck Swimsuits Maillot and crop-top two-piece swimsuits with high necklines are popular looks this season. Embellishments from braiding to crochet to extravagant patterns make high necks cool ways to celebrate warm, welcoming weather. Flaunting an elaborately interwoven kaleidoscope of colors, this tribal-inspired tankini swimsuit can take you from outdoors to inside. Fuller coverage allows you to slip into shorts with the halter top to make a presentable appearance off the water.
Print High-Waist Bikini Bottoms A wide-ranging fad since 2015, high waists are injecting that sought-after vintage quality into contemporary swimwear this year. These reinvented two-piece suits let you reveal some, but not too much, skin in subtle ways. Floral, geometric, digital, ethnic, and animal prints are big favorites for the upcoming summer season. Combining those trends in a delightful color wheel of vivid and pastel shades from turquoise to orange, this multihued garden mosaic two-piece suit will be a hit any pool party.
Other Trendy Styles Mesh inserts: Unexpected designs always gain notice. This style is similar to the cutout, but sheer diaphanous mesh fills in those bare spaces for visual interest with fabric support. Similar versions feature crochet inserts for enticing peek-a-boo drama. Select swimsuits that show off as much as you dare.
Ruffles: Transferring ruffles from dresses and blouses to beachwear creates adorable looks. Tankinis, swimskirts, and bottoms highlight flouncy frills that make these figure-flattering suits stand out in crowds. You'll see multi-layered and edge-trimming ruffles that sway gracefully when you walk, run, and dance.
Bandeaus: Traditional bandeaus are bikinitops without any support from straps, cups, twisted fronts, or shirred material. But modern one- and two-piece versions add those extra touches to keep your top in place. Choose bright colors or bold patterns to make fun, flirty, vibrant impressions.
Join the National Park Service's 2017 centennial celebration to explore stunning scenery and intriguing underwater treasures. Cutewe makes packing easy by recommending plus-size swim fashions for travelers going scuba diving and snorkeling at historic locales along inland and island shores.
Ideal Swimsuits Scuba diving: Choose scuba swimwear styles to go under wetsuits carefully. Skip strapless, loose-fitting, string-tie, and embellished options. You may pull off a strapless top accidentally while removing scuba gear. Any unrestricted fabric that shifts, wrinkles, or bunches up beneath your protective outerwear might cause chaffing. Strings can jam zippers. Wetsuits may compress knotted, metal, beaded, or wooden detailing into your skin, causing discomfort.
Select plainer swimwear over fancier ones. Diving gear will slide right over this one-piece patterned swimsuit, thanks to its sleek, body-hugging fit. This one-piece sweetheart body smoother is another close-fitting version that's free from potentially bothersome adornments.
Snorkeling: Vivid and neon colors in the red, orange, and yellow families will increase visibility and safety. When water sports don't require wetsuits, you can brandish decorative beachwear with extra frills that scuba gear can't accommodate. To avoid sunburns while snorkeling, skip bikinis that bare your midriff. Longer skirt, short, skort, and swimdress styles can shield your tender upper thighs from excess sun exposure.
Two vivid coral styles, a tie-strap tankini with medallion buckle and a ruffled tankini with swimskirt, are bold fashion statements that satisfy the above criteria. If you burn easily, also wear this vibrant floral cover-up that protects multiple areas like your shoulders, chest, back, arms, and thighs.
Florida: Biscayne National Park Best visiting period: Winter Close to Miami's bustling downtown, this 172,000-acre park lies underwater peacefully. Four marinas provide boat access. Sail to the Maritime Heritage Trail to find a lighthouse and six shipwrecks that are prime diving and snorkeling spots. Enjoy guided excursions via canoes, kayaks, or private charters. Boca Chita, the most frequented key, features a 1930s ornamental lighthouse with observation deck allowing vast city skyline and ocean views.
A boat trip to Biscayne Bay's Stiltsville shacks will uncover Prohibition-era tales of banned alcohol and gambling. Although hurricanes demolished many original houses, you can admire the seven enduring ones from your vessel. The park issues required permits to tour structures. This entry was posted in Cutewe. Bookmark the permalink. www.cutewe.com
Ready for outdoor fun by scenic lakes? From upscale resorts to rustic rental cabins, we've scoped out seven fun and friendly destinations that cross the country from the west coast to the east. To set the mood for splashing escapes and simplify shopping, we've paired fashionable plus-sizeswimsuits in water-inspired colors and patterns with enchanting locations for your next lake-adjacent vacation.
1. Sunny Delight Blouson — Lakes Basin Recreation Area, California Visit California's Lakes Basin Recreation Area near Graeagle to discover natural marvels. Frolic in a genuine swimming hole, ponds, and lakes in the It Cuteweswimsuit, a lightweight blouson with bust support.
2. Heritage Sapphire Maillot — Crater Lake, Oregon Boasting decorative geometric detailing on stunning sapphire, this embellished one-piece swimsuit from Cutewe will inspire your sense of adventure as you explore one of Oregon's best natural locations. Visit Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon for swimming, fishing, boat tours of the amazing volcano area, and group nature/cultural tours.
3. Ruffled Teal Shirring — Three Lakes, Washington Make a fashion splash at Three Lakes in verdant San Juan, Washington, when wearing this ruffle-topone-piece Kenneth Cutewe swimsuit in vivid teal. Relish swimming, canoeing, paddle boating, fishing, and even whale watching.
4. Harbor Mist Sheath — Lake Michigan, Michigan A shirred sheath swimsuit with glistening multihued water effect, Harbor Mist from It Figures will mirror Lake Michigan's spectacular rippling blues. The Inn at Bay Harbor offers lakeside luxury for family vacations and romantic rendezvous.
5. Skirted Periwinkle — Lake Erie, Ohio The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake in Ohio's lush wine country overlooks beautiful Lake Erie. This inviting resort promises fun, romance, and lazy leisure. You'll feel like a goddess in this twist-top skirted swimsuit from La Blanca in pretty periwinkle blue at indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs year-round.
6. Striped Turquoise — Stonewall Resort, West Virginia Recreation and relaxation abound at the 1900-acre Stonewall Resort in Roanoke, West Virginia. This flirty one-piece swimsuit from Cutewe Etc. features lacy teal details in vertical stripes that enhance vibrant turquoise as mesh allows a subtle glimpse of your cleavage.
7. Rushing Water — Blue Ridge, Georgia Escape to a secluded mountainside retreat in Blue Ridge, Georgia. This pastoral gem highlights the picturesque Appalachian Mountains. Sport this racer-back tankini from Cole of California with blue/white/black rushing water effect when swimming, tubing, whitewater rafting, boating, or trout fishing.
Other pastimes include horseback riding, scenic train rides, hiking, deer spotting, and golf. Marvel at cascading waterfalls, crystalline Lake Blue Ridge, rushing rivers, and dense forests. Sample the quaint village's home-style eateries and mountain crafts. Vacation rentals span from waterfront log cabins with whirlpool tubs to hilltop chalets with majestic overlooks. This entry was posted in Cutewe Tips. Bookmark the permalink. http://www.cutewe.com/
Favored shades for 2017 range from pretty pastel and faded hues to bold and hot colors. Pairing mismatched tops and bottoms is the latest rage. So much fashion diversity allows all plus-size women to choose Cutewe styles that satisfy their unique preferences from subdued class to innovative chic.
Lighter Hues Want to show off a fabulous tan? Select a nude-colored, white, or muted swimsuit to contrast with bronzed skin.This pale pink ruffled bandeau tankini is an elegant nod to pastel femininity. Other soft tints are light lavender, tranquil blue, and minty green. Faded corals and burgundies also are on trend this year.
Brighter Shades Many women think dark swimsuits look the most becoming. Not so. When revealing extra skin, choose flattering colors. Sporty chic styles' vivid color blocks deserve great receptions.
Hot pink is turning up passions for seasonal indulgences. Strike a confident pose in this fuchsia shirred tankini, brandishing a vibrancy that's sure to evoke compliments.
Fun Patterns Print swimsuits are flooding beach catwalks. Classic looks boast polka dot, floral, nautical, and tropical motifs. This flowery one-piece bandeau will set the mood for your next island getaway. Or be adventurous in edgier styles displaying animal, military, ethnic, abstract, and geometric patterns. Cool, energizing shapes with quirky color splashes turns beachwear into artwork. Some chevron patterns like this one-piece zigzagged halter make your torso seem longer and leaner.
Mixing Pieces Swim tops and bottoms with different appearances emerged from fashion novelties to summer 2017 trends. Just choose the best individual size for each unique-looking piece. These guidelines will help you mix and match separate halves to show off your personal style:
Combine two solids in related hues: Pick a dominant shade for your top to draw attention upward. Perhaps select analogous dyes that are color wheel adjacent like this scarlet red bandeau top and high-rise amethyst purple bottom. A vivid orangetop and cornflower bluebottom will pop on sunny afternoons.