Looking for extra support, or just a little lift in your bikini top? Expect for underwire bralettes structured style to come in all colors and prints.
Textured bikinis and one-pieces like those made from ribbed material or seersucker will have their moment in the spotlight for spring/summer 2020. In lieu of crazy florals or colors, you might find yourself gravitating towards this more minimalist style.
"High-waist and high-cut bikini pants are on-trend for a few seasons now and will remain [that way] for spring/summer 2020," said Mytheresa's Fashion Buying Director, Tiffany Hsu.
Recently, animal print has presented itself as part of a trend in every season, whether it's in footwear or clothes. For 2020, expect this omnipresent print to pop up in your swimwear, from zebra-printed bikinis to tiger-striped one-pieces.
For a feminine touch on all your swim pieces, look for ruffle sleeves. When the breeze from the ocean reaches your spot on the beach, your ruffles will gently flap in the wind. This small detail will revamp any plain two-piece and give it a more contemporary look.
Neutrals (Tans/Chocolate Brown)
The new neutrals in swimwear are tans and chocolate brown. They are soft, inviting, and warm, all of which will pair well with your sun-kissed skin. This is a classic color you can rock for seasons to come.
Some don't mind tan lines, others make sure to remove their tops (and bottoms) to avoid lines. If you're in the latter group, you'll be happy to know that off-the-shoulder styles are back in for spring/summer 2020. Off-the-shoulder swimsuits will highlight your décolletage while preventing visible shoulder lines when you pull the garment down your arm.
A little bit of ruching in swimsuits goes a long way. The design is known for its slimming effects on one's frame. Whether you prefer ruching in the midsection or on the sides, you'll find plenty of one-piece and bikinis that offer this detail.
This is probably the time to revaluate your swimsuit stash and get rid of your less-beloved floral bikinis. Your collection could use an edit, especially as brands get ready to release more flirty floral pieces. Expect to find everything from bold leafy blossom prints to smaller, daintier flowers that appeal to your dreamy spirit.
Small Gingham Print
The checkered pattern is a warm-weather clothing staple. This season, you won't have to look far to find this small print covering one-pieces and bikinis.
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