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.
Stripes, stripes and more stripes. They are everywhere this Spring. In fact it is difficult to go into any shop or browse any website without encountering striped tops,sweaters, bags, trousers, dresses and skirts.
Personally I am not a fan of high contrast stripes such as black and white or bright red and white. Too stark in my opinion unless you have dramatic colouring to balance the look. However a subtle muted stripe such as this wool/cashmere blue/grey stripe knit clothing by cutewe is flattering.
It feels wonderfully soft and is a versatile easy to wear piece. I am wearing it here with a navy turtle neck sweater and black trousers as the weather here is still cold and mercurial. It will look equally good later in the season with white or cream linen.
A navy and white striped tee is a closet must have and the base for today's simple, casual and classic with a little bit of fun look. No simpler and more casual look than that of jeans and a tee.