Crack the beach fashion like a pro

crack the beach fashion like a pro

Crack the beach fashion like a pro

 

Beach vacays and swimsuits are inseparable and so is investing in the right kind of beach wear. Beach getaways come with endless “swimming sesh” and so it is important to keep the floating and sinking fashion on high quotient. Follow this styling and buying manual and swim through.

Stick to basic sportswear brands instead of the high street flashy fashions stuffs while you opt to work out on one of these getaways. Pick bikini tops that can be paired up with shorts.

Swimwear as your daywear is becoming the norm. Pick a tankini with hot pants and sheer tasselled or floral shrugs. Throw a kaftan over you bikini.

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A flowing maxi dress with a scarf or a headband looks chic. Style your bikini with body chains and cuff harnesses.

Opt for a side cut out or a back or front cut out detailed bikini. Off shoulder and cold shoulder body suits in florals, Aztecs, ikat, tye and dye and paisleys are picking up. Sports luxe swimwear with front zip fastening sans any complicated details in neoprene fabric has been the classics in swimwear. Scoop tops and bandeau tops are some great picks.

One piece suits and monokini in polka, stripes and florals will make you look like the ultimate beach babe. Go bold with ruffles, laces and frills. All you need with your swimsuit is a pair of reflectors or fascinators or sunnies, a fedora hat, canvas beach totes, sarong cover ups, color popping flip flops or sliders.

Swimsuits are available in a wide range suited for all body types. Swimsuits also come with padding, underwiring, bands and boning. For the ultra-modern and luscious look go for a plunging neckline strategically placed bralette and high-waisted bottoms or skirted waist shape wear bases. Boyshorts are an absolute no-no for the “it-beach babe”.

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