An overview of the season’s hottest swimsuit trends – there is something for everyone and for every BODY
With Memorial Day weekend just around the corner, it’s officially time to start thinking about swimwear.
Stylight, the leading fashion and lifestyle aggregation platform, reveals the best swimsuit trends currently searched the world wide web.
From the classic black bikini to cutouts and retro silhouettes, this season has something for everyone and for every BODY.
With Memorial Day weekend approaching, it’s officially time to start thinking about swimwear. Solid & Striped’s Spencer Tonal Zig Zag, $ 188; solidandstriped.com
Reminiscent of vintage styles worn by the sexy sirens of yesteryear, sculpted swimwear is up + 68% this season on Stylight
Before J.Lo and Kim K, there was Marilyn Monroe and Brigitte Bardot.
Reminiscent of vintage styles worn by the sexy sirens of yesteryear, sculpted swimwear to show off a woman’s curves is up + 68% this season.
And it’s no surprise, because nostalgic trends have never been more popular.
Built-in bras and high-waisted bottoms support and flatter just about any figure beautifully.
Jourdan Dunn looked like a modern icon who recently styled a light blue printed two-piece with a balcony top and belted trousers.
Brands like Alohas, Solid & Striped, Zimmermann, LoveShackFancy and Hermoza have all reinvented the retro style in a modern way for their Summer 21 collections.
Slip one on and you’re pin-up perfection!
According to Stylight, cut-out styles are up (+ 182%).
Remember when the diaphragm was the meat to flash? Well, this summer there is not one exciting area, there are many!
Fashion’s new erogenous zones now include the shoulder, hip, sides of the waist, and everything in between – the skin is in it!
Olivia Culpo took a dip in crystal clear waters while she recently celebrated her 29th birthday.
The brunette beauty showed off a piece of underbust in a black two-piece.
While Olivia opted for a bikini, the cutouts look just as – if not more – sexy on a one-piece piece.
Brands like PatBo, La Gotta and Myra have made sure of that!
According to Stylight, cut-out styles are up (+ 182%)
Classic black suits – with no frills and frills – are popular, with a 316% increase in clicks compared to last year, according to Stylight.
Whether a bikini or a one-piece, a black swimsuit with a crew neck, a deep back or one shoulder will always look sleek and chic.
Sofia Richie looked sensational while poolside in a simple two-piece that she accessorized with layered gold chains.
Looking for a little extra post-pandemic sass? Try a suit with embellishments or lace details.
Classic black suits – no frills and frills – are popular, with a 316% increase in clicks compared to last year, according to Stylight
As reported by Stylight, one of the biggest trends this season is color / print blocking, with clicks up over 1000% for this swimwear category.
Color blocking uses ‘color blocks’ to create a bold, eye-catching look.
It’s a fun way to wear multiple shades at once, and it can be used as a handy tool to flatter your figure.
Wear dark shades on the part of your body that you want to minimize and brighter shades where you want to accentuate.
Like spring floral patterns, gingham prints always seem to come in summer.
The kitschy diamond that reminds us of picnics in the park has passed multiple ready-to-wear runways and has made its way into swimwear for 2021 with brands like Skatie and Montce.
Gingham is up 132% lately.
Another pattern to get consumers excited about warm weather is the 70s paisley style or the 90s Versace print.
This category has seen an increase of more than 1000% clicks.
While most of us can’t afford Versace’s design price tag, contemporary designers like Monica Hansen have incorporated the lavish print into their collections.
Another pattern to get consumers excited about warm weather is the 70s paisley style or the 90s Versace print
Forget pastels and neons, this season’s must-have color is brown, as seen on Kendall Jenner
The Kardashian’s and the Jenner’s have embraced the down-to-earth look, rocking all shades of the neutral tone
50 SHADES OF BROWN:
Forget pastels and neon, this season’s must-have color is brown.
Natural-colored bikinis saw Stylight clicks increase 113% compared to 2020.
The Kardashians and the Jenners have embraced the down-to-earth look and rocked the neutral tone in varying shades and intensities.
Devon Windsor, Aerie, Monday Swimwear and San Lorenzo Bikinis all have variations of brown in their collections.
The soft and subtle hue doesn’t need to be topped up with anything but a faux glow!