“We want women to see these photos and feel good.”
Designer Melissa Odabash created a line with scars and sensitive skin in mind.
These swimsuits are experiencing some serious shrinkage…
Wrangle that thing in this summer, and for under $30!
A good one piece can be just as flirty as a bikini.
Go beyond a bikini this time around and dress like a true queen.
Bikini Island, here I come!
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The stores have “vintage inspired,” but Etsy has the real deal. Spring break for-evahhh!
The best place to be during the dog days of summer (and early fall!) is near water. But stripping down to your skivvies can be scary, so check out this guide to finding a swimsuit that suits your body and why.
Miami Swim Week looks to be the MOST FUN fashion week ever. Anything goes, but in particular, the following are good ideas:
Six photos of a new Beach Bunny swimwear collection, designed by fellow swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen. The bikinis come with veils, which is a bit ironic.
Courtesy of the new swimwear designs shown at Miami Swim Week They’re fun, but your tan would look like a half-finished patchwork quilt — or worse.
Down with the skimpy bikini!
The size 12 model fronts this summer’s collection of H&M+ swimmies. (The tie-dye pieces are from Beyoncé’s line.)
Style blogger Gabi Gregg of Gabifresh teamed up with swimsuitsforall, and the resulting collection of plus-sized bathing suits is awesome.
This is some “paint with all the colors of the wind” realness. And B sings a new song too.
Ever put on your bikini and wished it had a hot dog on it? Look no further.
A new tumblr called Matchbook.nu by Kate Imbach makes the logical pairing of swimwear and beach reading. Because you wouldn’t be caught dead with a neon pink bikini and 50 Shades of Grey, right?
In Miami, swimwear designers are displaying their latest creations — the things the masses will have the ability to buy and wear the next time beach season rolls around. Prep for that occasion with these simple guidelines.
For proof, just look at Victoria’s Secret’s most-followed board.
Australian artist Jacqueline Bradley has a whimsical take on swimwear: a dress with a built-in inflatable raft. The Boat Dress was recently on display as part of an exhibit called The Outdoors Type at Canberra Contemporary Art Space.
Which, so, anyway, here are 7 photos of her modeling them.