Posted by Katie on October 24, 2014
If there was a time of year when you could buy inexpensive designer swimsuits, we’ve got news for you: that time is NOW! With 2014 swim collections being retired and replaced with 2015 swimwear styles, now is the time to score big on designer swimsuits. Our annual clearance sale event has items marked down up to 80%. Now that’s savings! As fashion moves forward, so are we. As much as we loved our previous collections, it’s time we parted ways and embraced the 2015 new arrivals. There are hundreds of swimsuits on clearance with styles ranging from sexy cutout monokinis, push up swimsuits, underwire swim styles, high waisted bathing suits, and so much more…You can buy hot swimsuits from top swimwear brands such as Seafolly Swimwear, L Space Swimwear, Sabz Swimwear, and Jolidon Swimwear. Fashion does not have to be expensive, you just need to know when to shop for the styles you love.
Posted by Katie on October 23, 2014
Every woman wants to look her best when in a swimsuit, but obviously not all women look like models. Women struggle with less-than-flat bellies, “love handles”, and they often want to mask their problem areas without looking like they’re trying too hard. We have picked 10 swimsuits in various styles that would create the illusion of a slimmer you without much effort.
1. Ruched and shirred swimsuits have the benefit of making you look thinner. The ruching through the middle masks the tummy thus making you look thinner.
2. Blouse-like top structure. The loose fitting, in essence looking like a blouse, makes you look slimmer by hiding the “love handles” and a less-than-flat tummy.
3. A top with ruffles, fringe, or flutter overlay adds volume to the top part and makes your body look longer and slimmer. The V shaped flutter overlay gives the illusion of a longer torso.
4. A top with ruffles, adds volume to the top part and makes your body look longer and slimmer. You can emphasize a smaller behind by wearing bikini bottoms with ruffles.
5. A swimsuit with drape panels does magic by camouflaging a tummy bulge. When the swimsuit is black and has some crystals on it, the effect is that much more powerful.
6. A swimsuit with high waist tends to make your hips look slimmer and longer.
7. A swimsuit with zigzags, stripes, or hardware tends to attact the eyes to the narrowest part of your body.
8. A swimsuit with wide vertical lines create a slimming visual effect.
9. A swimsuit with tiny prints will make you looks pounds lighter.
10. A bustier swimsuits creates the illusion of a longer torso and thus makes you look slimmer.
Posted by Katie on October 22, 2014
We have seen an increase in reversible swimwear over the years and we’ve been emphasizing it’s perks. Whether you’re more money conscious or you just want to have multiple looks with same pieces, reversible swimwear is on the rise and you’re options are ever more varied.
1. Money Saver
One of the most obvious reasons for buying reversible swimwear is saving money. Think about it: rather thatn just getting one look from your two piece swimsuit, you can get 4 different looks when both top and bottom are reversible.
Although we’ve noticed the trend take flight a few years back, swimwear designers took note of the demand for such styles and currently more and more swim silhouettes come as reversible. You can find reversible styles as solids on solids or solids on prints and even prints on prints. With more faces to a swimsuit comes more variety.
3. Ease of packing
When packing for a day at the beach or to travel to your summer destination, having less swimsuits for more looks just makes a whole lot of sense. The items will take less space, so you’ll have more room for other things.
Whatever your reason for choosing reversible swim styles, you’re sure to save money, pull off different looks, and pack light.
Posted by Katie on October 16, 2014
So you’re swimsuit shopping! That’s great! But you have so many questions…should I look into a monokini swimsuit? Is a monokini right for me? How will I look wearing a monokini? Would a monokini look flattering on my body? How do I choose the right monokini? With so many questions, it’s no wonder swimsuit shopping can be a daunting task.
A monokini is NOT for everyone and will not look flattering on every body type. A monokini bathing suit does look extremely amazing on a proportionate body.
If you’re heavy on top and need a lot of support, we do recommend you go for a monokini with underwire. The underwire contours the bust and it helps giving it a nice shape while the underwire offers support. Many monokini styles come with underwire and built in bra. Look for monokini suits with over the shoulders straps rather than tying at neck. This way the weight of your bust is equally supported by your shoulders and does not put pressure on your neck.
If you are light on top, definitely look into choosing a monokini with push up. The push up can be as a built in bra, or there may be inserts to add push up pads. You can make your bust look bigger by wearing a monokini with push up. Since you don’t really need much support, there are so many styles that will further emphasize your bust. A monokini with fringe details or ruffles on top will add volume to the bust.
If you need to hide the belly or mask some scars, we recommend choosing a monokini with wide front panels for more coverage in the front. The front panels can be made of crochet for a trendy look, or they can be accentuated with mesh trimming. The criss cross panels are a wonderful choice when needing to have more front coverage.
If you want to accentuate the waist, then a high waisted monokini is a great choice. The peek-a-boo cutouts can be flattering on a well proportioned body with a “killer” waistline, and the high waist design will accentuate the curves.
Our monokini bathing suit styles range from halter, bandeau, triangle to underwire, push-up, gel cups…skimpy or full coverage…you name it, we have it. Looking for fashion statement monokinis, or simple and elegant, we’ve got good news ladies: our selection of monokinis is huge!
When choosing the size for the monokini, you should start with the top size. Once you’ve found your size on the size chart for the specific designer, you’re more likely to get the perfect fit if you purchase the recommended size. We have a saying: ” always try to fit the top, cause the bottom will follow”. At Elite Fashion Swimwear we do carry monokini in d cup and even dd cup, so you don’t have to worry if you have a big bust. We’ve got the monokini with support you need.
The best time to buy a monokini swimsuit is NOW. End of season is all good news to you: more savings on so many monokinis on sale. Check out the clearance section where you can find swimwear discounts of up to 80% off on select styles.
Happy shopping ladies, and always be confident you can find a flattering monokini bathing suit tailored to your specific needs.
Posted by Katie on October 15, 2014
With the 2015 swimwear collections pouring in from designers such as L Space Swimwear, Pily Q Swimwear, and Sabz Luxury Swimwear, we are finding ourselves dreaming of summer more and more often. We’re overly excited of the new styles and cannot wait till next year to see the gorgeous silhouettes on beach babes on a daily basis.
When we think of summer we think of white! And white is definitely trending across the swimwear and beachwear this upcoming season. Our favorite designers have created white resortwear
that will never go out of style.
White Offshore Caftan by L Space