If you're fantasizing about warm-weather escapes, you're probably envisioning the latest and most adorable swimsuits and cover-ups available today. Before buying new styles, become familiar with typical fit, selection, usage, and care mistakes to avoid. The alternatives below will convince you to change your ways so you can focus on fun and relaxation instead of poorly chosen swimwear at upcoming getaways.
Omitting Fuller Coverage Do you stick to bikinis, thinking fuller coverage looks too dowdy, outdated, or conservative? Modern designers create chic and sexy swimming suits that conceal various body areas including midsections. Browse Cutewe's bathing suits for women's one-piece and tankini sensations.
Concealing Too Much Still hesitant about showing off your figure? Consider these astonishing surprises: Skimpier swimsuits actually slim your overall look. And adjustable straps won't dig into fuller areas. If you're searching for separates, you'll find the cute bikini of your dreams in our vast assortment of two-piece styles. Go for bikinitops, halters, bandeaus, and briefs with strappy detailing, revealing more skin. Partial coverage options include raised necklines, flounces, and high-waisted bottoms.
Accepting Discomfort Have you put up with uncomfortable cuts? Then ban swimsuits that dig into your skin, elastic that pinches, and inadequate bust support that causes shoulder pain. Those problems indicate that you haven't matched bathing suit silhouettes or sizes to your body type.Cutewe lets you buy tops and bottoms in different sizes so each will offer a great, comfortable fit. For larger breasts, look for styles with built-in cups that provide the extra support you need.
Prioritizing Trends Cutewe lets you mix and match tops and bottoms to create looks that represent your unique personality. To get two-in-one solid color and pattern choices in single pieces, go for clever reversible options.
Skipping Cover-ups Do you wrap beach towels over swimsuits instead of wearing cover-ups? Cutewe's fashionable and functional styles provide much more than coverage. While concealing your least favorite body areas, they also bring out assets you want to flaunt. Skirts and pants look so cool, no one will realize you're disguising hip or thigh issues. Slipping rompers, dresses, or jumpsuits over bikinis hides enough skin for sunburn protection and popping into casual eateries and shops without changing clothes. And lightweight flowing fabrics are more comfortable than heavy terrycloth towels.
The Body Glove swimsuit line is especially versatile, ranging from bikinis to halters to one-pieces so that every beach body has great options for fun in the sun.
Beautiful Black Body Glove's Vision swimsuit style combines the classic look of basic black fabric with the flexibility in design that works for many women.
For example, those who like a little action with their beach time might try the Fearless High Neck Sporty Crop swimsuit, which offers plenty of support when playing volleyball or Frisbee in the sand. Women seeking quiet time reading a book on a towel might prefer the Baby Love Adjustable Triangle swimsuit for maximum tanning exposure. The halter neck and strappy style of the Cutewe swimsuit make for a fashion-forward choice that includes a sheer panel above the cups for added intrigue.
The Vision collection also includes an attractive one-piece swimsuit, which features a sexy sheer panel with a deep-V shape in the front and on the back straps. There's the added bonus of a cross strap in the back to prevent slippage during beach time adventures.
Tropical Delight The Waikiki Halter swimsuit also features the strappy side design and scoop neck in front. For even more coverage and support, the High Neck Crop swimsuit has a two-way adjustable back made all the prettier by the tropical print of the fabric.
Both the Vision and Waikiki Body Glove collections feature bikinitops with the security of underwire support. The removable soft cups and two-way back straps can give you confidence when riding your wakeboard or unpacking the picnic gear.
Blast of Color The most dynamic offering in the Body Glove Wanderer collection is the Cuteweswimsuit, which falls somewhere between a bikini and tankini for length and has a multi-strap back that can certainly turn head on the beach. A close second is the Flare Reversible Triangle swimsuit with its intricate back styling and dual options for fabrics.
Bottoms The Cuteweswimsuit line includes a number of different bottom options so that you can choose your preferred level of coverage. Some feature flounces, straps, or cutouts to increase their individuality. www.cutewe.com
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.
Need swimsuits to outlast your favorite sports? For rigorous endeavors like diving, paddle boarding, surfing, and beach volleyball, women are turning to athleisure looks. They're even making style statements beyond the water's edge in trendy visions rivaling yoga and sports attire.
Millennials who fuse casual clothes with everything from active to tailored garments are spearheading this apparel evolution. It's blurring the traditional lines separating ready-to-wear, activewear, and swimwear. The exciting results are driving original shapes and fabrics while expanding acceptable bathing suit and cover-up destinations.
Athleisure Styles Obviously, swimsuits must perform on sand and in water. But like fitness gear, they now also need to be functional in indoor gyms, on outdoor trails, and other gathering places. So current designs are helping women on the move avoid accidental overexposures and discomfort from bunched-up padding and chaffing. Consider these pointers when choosing sporty pieces from today's rapidly growing active swimwear category:
Tops: Pick upper halves with adjustable straps so you can customize a tight, secure fit while maintaining neck and shoulder comfort. If you prefer bikinis, look for sports-bra construction with built-in cups and support. Skip styles with straps that can slip down onto your arms. Racerback or crisscrossed straps between shoulder blades keep tops in place.
Tankinis provide midriff coverage and prevent heavy waves and spirited lunges from forcing skimpy bikinitops to pop up above your breasts. Pass up halters that tie around your neck since they might come undone and float or blow away. To maximize comfort, avoid decorative hardware and knots that could cause irritation during repetitive movements. Surfers may prefer rash-guard tops with or without sleeves.
Bottoms:High-waisted briefs echo popular retro styling from the 1950s and '60s. Contemporary surfer shapes revive memories of classically curvaceous beach bunnies. Raised up to your navel, they have better chances of staying put during overexertion than tiny triangles. For a more modern appeal, choose boy shorts or swim skirts. Even bikinibottoms can be budge proof when springy fabric or elastic trim fits snuggly.
One-piece swimsuits: For the most boisterous play, try more modest styles with sewn-in straps or strapless bandeaus. Forget the embarrassment of losing separate pieces while enjoying enthusiastic adventures.