Summer Must: Retro Swimwear

Screen Shot 2013-05-19 at 11.29.52 PMSummer is not complete without fabulous and sexy swimwear. While everyone is running to snag the skimpiest bikini, why not opt for something a little more covered and so very retro? The 1950s were known for many things such as drive-ins, the Red Scare, and poodle skirts, but retro swimwear is one of the cutest things to come out of that era. High-waisted everything and sweetheart necks were the thing and they are making a come back!

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Retailers such as ASOS, Urban Outfitters, and Nastygal all carry high-waisted bloomer bottoms and frilly bikini tops. As Mieux & Mieux Editor Liza mentioned, high-waisted bottoms are everywhere this season! This summer, it’s not just about the skimpy bikini, but the one-piece and monokini are also making appearances. The best part? The retro swimsuit will hide all those not-so-flattering areas and highlight the better ones. If you wanted to really make a statement this summer and step away form the usual ‘kini and try out a retro get up!

Rida Islam, Fashion Editor

All images via Pinterest.com

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2 thoughts on “Summer Must: Retro Swimwear

  1. Pingback: Exciting New Range Of Swimwear For This Season | Swimwear

  2. Ever wonder how to keep your favorite bikini intact? Seems like after every summer your swimsuit looks like it went through one too many surf trips.

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    “Remember to always hand wash your bikini’s in cold water and lay them flat to dry out of the sunshine.
    This will give you the best longevity in your fits and help the colors stay bright.”

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