Awesome swimwear trends for summer right now? Our v-cut bikini shows enough skin to get the attention on the sandy coast or at the sunny poolside. Soft, luxe fabric and high-leg seamless design complemented in the color palette of the season. Make a splash looking confident with this trendy design that will go with you everywhere this summer. This eye-catching novelty fabrication comes with a coordinating faux tortoise ring belt to elegantly accentuate the waist line of any wearer. Removable cups and removable/adjustable straps keep you comfortable so you can lounge in style.
Leisurely, unplanned shopping trips are great if you’re strolling through a flea market or browsing the racks at a vintage store. But if you’re looking for a swimsuit, you need a game plan: Do you want a bikini or a one-piece? A neutral or print? Padded or not padded? Halter or bandeau? Barely there or conservative? Few designers meet more of those needs than Giejo’s Gabby Sabharwal, who offers everything from string bikinis and high-waisted briefs to sporty tanks, retro maillots, and cutout bralettes, all in eye-popping prints.
Shopping for swimwear can often be a frustrating and uninspiring task. Due to our lack of sunshine and summer in general, there’s not much of a market for beautiful bathing suits on this side of the water. As such, more and more people are looking to US brands for their holiday attire, where the choice and designs are much more wide ranging – and beautiful. Here are seven of the best US swimwear brands you need to know about this summer. Cute but not cutesy, Reformation’s dose of gingham, stripes and candy hues are right on trend whilst the high waists, low backs and tie fronts are more reminiscent of the coquettish Fifties, helping you to cut a Marilyn- esque figure on the beach. Hailing from downtown LA, this eight- year- old brand is focused on producing swimwear that’s ethically sourced and produced. Read extra info at women’s swimming will introduce 2 piece swimsuits for competition.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve got a drawer filled with favorite swimwear from seasons past, ranging anywhere from tie-dyed tops to color blocked bottoms. Well, get this: Those patterned pieces can play a major part in helping you stand out from the crowd this season…in a whole new way. Instead of wearing one straight-from-the-store bikini, we’re all about mixing and matching different tops and bottoms to create a unique-to-you look. Not super confident in your print-pairing? Create a cool connection by choosing a common color way or motif. For example, the micro-print on a Basta Surf top is the perfect pint-size match for bold sea foam green stripes from Target. Tropical florals in varying colors from Pret-a-Surf and Rosa Swim show how to double up on one design, as do spotty separates from Guess and BCA. Of course, we wouldn’t expect you to take our word for it—click through to see our favorite 10 bikini pairings for yourself!
Your line is called giejo – where did this name come from? When I was younger, my mom called me giejo. It all started because my brother had a hard time pronouncing my name and called me something to this effect. It just kind of stuck. I attribute my sense of style to my mom and in a way named the collection in honor of her. What is the price range? Where will it be sold? The collection ranges from $76-$88 for bottoms and $96-$108 for tops and will be available at Dagny & Barstow as well as Creatures of Comfort in the city, Dear Fieldbinder in Brooklyn, Madison in California at their LA, Malibu and Beverly Hills locations, and Tenet in South Hampton, as well as my e-commerce site shopgiejo.com. Read more information on swimsuits for women midify.