Ways to Style Swimwear
Summer is approaching, and it's that time of year when bikinis and swimsuits look lovely at the pool, but how should you style them when it's time to dry off? Why not enjoy your swimwear outfit as well, now that you've begun to embrace the sun? It's not always proper to stroll around in your bathing suit, so experiment with different swimwear types and try these ideas for mixing your swimwear with regular clothes for a beautiful beach summer mood.
Pink bikini sets
Styling Swimwear for a Summer Look at the Beach
Wear it as a bodysuit
Bodysuits have been in style for a while, but you can take this trend to the next level by wearing your swimsuit instead of a conventional bodysuit! Here styling tip doesn't apply to bikinis, so if you're a lover of them, you'll have to skip on, but swimsuit women, this is your chance to shine!
The materials of swimsuits differ from those of regular bodysuits. This can help to boost the look while also adding interest to the ensemble. For a terrific evening look, match your swimwear with some formal trousers. Swimsuits' complex cuts and features are often only visible at the beach, but wearing your swimsuit as part of an outfit will give it the attention it deserves.
With A Similar Set
Summer vibes are excellent for co-ords and matching sets, but pair them with your swimsuit if you want to add another accent to the outfit. It's preferable if the co-ord set is a shirt, so you can unbutton it to reveal your bikini top.
Plain or nude bikinis work nicely with this styling concept since the co-ord takes center stage while the bikini serves as a modest styling cue. This can look quite high fashion when worn together, mainly if some heeled boots or platform loafers are used as shoes.
Summer vibes outfit
Looks Great As A Crop Top
On some days, it's simply too hot to put on clothes. If you're sweating and don't want to wear anything that isn't breathable, consider switching out your regular clothes for some bikini tops! This must-have summer hack will save you money on crop tops that won't last into the winter — a terrific way to get the most out of your wardrobe.
Hailey One Piece in Leopard Print
A Look in Monochrome
Monochrome is a terrific trend to embrace when dressed for the beach or arranging swimwear. To make a matching ensemble, whatever accessories for shoes you style the swimwear with should match the suit's colors. You'll appear put together both in and out of the water with this!
We adore the monotone appearance of black and white, especially when paired with a striking black sunhat. This screams 1950s elegance and is ideal for anyone who wants to channel their inner diva while soaking in the sun. Add some color-coordinating cat-eye sunglasses and a light nude lip to complete the look. Everyone at the pool party will be watching you!
Pair a comfy pair of high-waisted slacks or a high-waisted skirt with a bikini as a crop top. Because bikinis are shorter than crop tops, high-rise pants rather than low-rise pants may be more comfortable. Low-rise jeans and a bikini have a very 2000s vibe to them.
Mix and match your swimwear and denim.
You can wear any bikini top or swimsuit instead of a shirt and mix it with some denim, just like you can wear your bikini tops as tops. So whether you choose denim shorts, mom jeans, or a loose denim jacket that combines denim and bikini fabrics, you'll be ready for summer.
If you're planning a day at the beach or in the city, this is a great option. The swimwear pairs nicely with denim since they're both unique fabrics that add texture, color, and pattern to your appearance that you don't see in the winter. Not only that, but it's a relaxing way to spend a day.
Tulum Bikini Top In Black
Swimwear collides with knitwear.
This styling suggestion may seem strange at first but bear with us. Knitwear isn't something you'd wear in the summer. A gorgeous cardigan paired with a bikini top, on the other hand, is a terrific alternative for a casual evening outfit. This is the ideal mix for looking lovely while also showcasing your curves. It makes us think of female flicks, and who doesn't want to play the lead?
Pair an oversized boxy cardigan with a geometric pattern bikini for a look that hits several of the most popular 2022 trends. This will set you out from the crowd and keep you warm on chilly nights. Knitwear isn't just for the colder months, after all.
Covering Up on The Beach
Any pool lover's collection should include beach coverup dresses. These are a must-have for the summer and a terrific way to style with swimwear. Beach dresses can be translucent or have see-through details, allowing you to look at your swimwear below – this is an excellent way to layer in the summer while staying cool.
If dresses aren't your thing, there are plenty of fabulous maxi and midi skirts meant to wrap around your waist and complement your bikini. These are also popular beachwear styles that look great in the summer.
Cornelia Crochet Ivory
Chains on your bikini? I mean, why not?
If you're looking for some new swimwear accessories, we've got the right solution for you! Bikini chains are a summer fad that not everyone is comfortable with, but we believe they should be. These delicate pieces of jeweler drape about your breast and neck, complementing your bikini but without taking the stage. This is a terrific opportunity to show off your fashion sense at the pool.
Gene Bottom in Butterfly
These look even better when paired with your bikini's tones, so if you're wearing a warm cheetah print swimsuit, pair it with a cold chain. Choose a silver chain if your swimwear is a cooler hue like blue or green. If you can find matching sunglasses, you'll get bonus points!
Swimming trunks are great for the pool, but they don't have to stay there. Wearing your bikini outside of the beach will expand your summer wardrobe options and add intrigue to your ensembles.
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With love, the Ishine team.