New-Season Swimwear Styles You Can't Live Without
March 15, 2017
While the rest of the country battles blizzards, here in Florida, it’s time to start thinking beachwear. Here’s The Mall at Millenia’s guide to the season’s top swimwear trends.
Off the shoulder
One of the biggest trends of the season, this is also one of the most flattering. It suits any body type, and can be worn in a one-piece or a bikini style, depending on your preference. Left to right: Araks off-the-shoulder striped one-piece and Isabella Rose bohemian rhapsody print bikini, both from Everything But Water; Trina Turk’s flounce bikini, from Bloomingdale’s.
The other high-fashion key to this season’s swimwear is a high neck. If you have a larger chest, try a cut-out style: it will accentuate your figure instead of smothering it. Left to right: high-neck, cut-out crochet bikini, from Urban Outfitters; Billabong’s wild one bikini; Everything But Water’s high-neck crochet bikini.
No matter the season, fabulous patterns are a surefire way to stand out on the beach and celebrate all things summery. We love (left to right) Tory Burch’s Garden Party underwire one-piece, Kate Spade New York’s Italian orangerie-inspired Capistrano one-piece, and J.Crew’s tropical-print bikini.
Another catwalk favorite, another versatile style. Lace details can flatter at the chest, a la Mara Hoffman’s one-piece, from Neiman Marcus; draw the attention to the hips, a la Abercrombie & Fitch’s print bikini; or spice up an otherwise sporty look, a la Billabong’s lace-back Sol Searcher Hawaii bikini.
Left to right: Lilly Pulitzer’s to-die-for Allair maxi; Anthropologie’s banana-leaf print silk tunic; and a cool classic linen cover-up from Vineyard Vines.