Whether you’re in the market for a bikini, a two-piece bathing suit or cover-up, the links below have something for everyone.
- Here are 10 swimwear brands that are making a big splash this year.
- These are the 13 most flattering swimsuits of 2016 according to PopSugar.
- Get more bang for your buck and save room in your bag with these reversible swimsuits.
- Vogue lists 15 flattering one-piece swimsuits to suit every body type.
- 26 black swimsuits that will never bore you.
- PopSugar lets us know that the Australian cut swimsuit is the new player in town.
- Another trend that is on the rise: swimsuits with short or long sleeves.
- Four brands that offer at-home try-on programmes for swimwear.
- Madewell has teamed up with sustainable label Giejo for a line of feel-good one-pieces and bikinis.
- A breakdown of the best fit tips for each of the different body types.
- According to Yahoo! Style the flamenkini is taking over beaches this Summer.
- These are the swimwear silhouettes J.Crew can barely keep in stock.
- 31 beach cover-ups that aren’t your average caftan.
Fab Links from Our Members
Annagybe wanted to share this piece on Why New Yorkers Have Always Worn Black.
CocoLion reports that a school board in North Carolina proposes a ban on leggings and skinny jeans.
Angie recently came across Zuvaa, an online store that celebrates and sells African-inspired fashion from around the world. Angie likes the global integrity of this new-to-her site: “African fashion is usually very pattern-rich, ornate and bold. Fun to look at and wear.”
Texstyle thought these 31 hair charts were pretty fun to read.
Ledonna N. loves fashion and The Walking Dead, so she especially enjoyed this article about the series costume designer, Eulyn Womble.
Chris987 loves reading articles about the fashion houses, especially when they change CEOs, which is currently happening at Versace.
Vildy has done a lot of these kind of 5 questions analyses without getting very far. This one on Grechen’s Closet however, made her realize that vivid statement pieces are irreplaceable for her.
Hot on the heels of Nicola Thorp’s petition against mandating women to wear high heels to the office, comes this article about the end of the office dress code. Kookaburra says: “The world is changing indeed.”