Swim ’17 Trends You Need Right Now

Spring/ Summer ’17 swim is here and now, and this year we’re all about minimalism, clean lines and subtle attitude!

Whether you’re into fresh whites, bold reds or pale pastels, here are three sets of bikinis and accessories you didn’t know you needed, but really do.

THE STAPLE TRIANGLE

The staple triangle is an old favourite that’s been reborn. This year we’re all about thin straps, clean lines and the dualism between a minimalist look and a pragmatic approach. After all, the smaller the bikini, the smaller the tan lines! Thin straps on both the top and the bottom allow for a uniform look, and who doesn’t like to be matchy matchy on occasion?

Up your game and accessorise with a super stylish fedora to add a touch of sophistication and reflective sunglasses to throw bulk shade.

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THE T BACK CROP

Add some attitude to your swimwear attire this season with a T-back crop! The basic halter crop has been injected with attitude as we’re seeing halter straps form a braided T back! Not just your basic kini, right?! Combine the crop and a cheeky capri bottom with multi strap detailing to spice up your seaside look.

And while you’re at it, why not channel bad gal RiRi herself and add a silver or gold necklace to complete the outfit? Nothing screams luxury like bling on the beach.

THE CHEEKY BANDEAU

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Whether you’re cruising around St Tropez or kicking back on the Australian coast line, a swimwear must-have this season is the bandeau set! The cheeky bandeau set is all about minimalism, it has your priorities in mind and in this case, less is actually more! We’re all about rocking the strapless cross over top and cheeky bottoms to go with it for a chic, cool look.

Did you say uninterrupted tan lines? Because we did. Accessorise with a super cooler bag, because if you think Beyonce is eating hot watermelon, you’re wrong.  

Are you dreaming of how to stay in a bikini year round? Check out our article on How to Quit your Job and Travel the World!

By Daniella Kelly

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