Archive for November, 2010

Halter Bandeau Bikini

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Every woman’s bikini assortment should include some variety and that doesn’t have to mean in just colors. There are some unique bikini top and bottom styles now being designed that help you to stand out in the crowd. If you’re tired to wearing triangle and halter tops, there’s the halter bandeau to consider. While the bandeau is usually a strapless style, this alternative adds a halter strap to allow for support in the top. I like that the centers of these tops allow for some creative detail like a keyhole or other delicate design.

Wrapped Halter Top Bikini

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Halter tops have always been a popular choice for women, but if you’re getting tired of the style, the top has taken a new twist. Halters are new being designed with extended back ties to allow the wearer to wrap the straps around the torso before tying at the back. The design details may differ from designer to designer but the look is an added wrapped strap just under your bust line to add a little something extra to the look of your suit.

Layered Bikini

Monday, November 15th, 2010

The concept of a layered bikini can seem weird. After all, why would you want to wear more than necessary when you’re at the beach? I’m sure the designers aren’t actually creating suits with more than one layer, but instead are creating suits with that affect. Like with layering tops, a layered bikini creates a unique dimension

Beaded Bikini

Monday, November 8th, 2010

It may be hard to tell from the photo, but this halter top bikini is decorated with beading. Little decorative accents like shimmering beads can add subtle touches of glimmer to your suit. It’s not as evident as say, metallic fabric or sequins. This type of embellishment proves that a little can go a long way. So the next time you’re hunting for a bikini, maybe get one that’s a little more noticeable in the crowd.

Zig Zag Bikinis

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Bored of stripes? Go for zig zags! This edgy pattern has a bit more oomph than a classic stripe and definitely gets noticed for its ultra colorful and eye-catching look. Opt for two-tones or multicolored looks or even try mixing and matching with a solid white or black piece.