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14 Jul

Monokini Swimsuits: First Choice in Summer

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What’s more sultry on the beach than a sexy bikini? A sexy monokini swimsuit! If you’ve been hard at work in the gym before your holiday and want to get noticed, this beach style might be your new best friend. You’ll want it for sunbathing, swimming, foam parties, and maybe just to wear in the club.

For example, if you are swimming in the sea, you’ll want something that stays on when a wave comes along, yet you’ll want to dress to impress when you hit the strip at night. Try on a new swimsuit trend, the monokini aka one piece with a cut-out detailing to the waist which offers the allure of a two-piece in the ease of a one-piece.

A monokini swimsuit is a type of one-piece swimsuit that is designed to show more skin than a traditional one-piece. It is typically cut to expose the sides of the torso, creating a “cut-out” or “window” effect, while still providing coverage for the chest and bottom. The top and bottom of the swimsuit are connected by a narrow strip of fabric or a series of straps, giving the appearance of a two-piece swimsuit from the back. Monokinis come in a variety of styles, ranging from high-cut leg openings to plunging necklines, and can be made from different materials, including swimwear fabric, mesh, or crochet. They are a popular choice for those who want to show off their figure in a unique and daring way at the beach or pool.

How to wear a monokini swimsuit?

Unfortunately, the monokini is a demanding swimwear type. Many women refrain from it because they are worried about their flaws and imperfections when they hit the beach. The truth is, you can go for a monokini when you have a flat tummy and your hips aren’t too womanly. Breast size isn’t that important. If it’s too small, try frills, if it’s big think about a one-piece with an underwired shelf bra for a perfect bust support. We all know the structured cups always make a miracle.

Wearing a monokini swimsuit can be a daring and fashionable choice. Here are some tips on how to style a monokini swimsuit:

Choose the right size and fit: Monokinis come in different styles, cuts, and sizes, so it’s important to choose one that fits your body shape and feels comfortable. Look for a style that flatters your curves and provides enough support for your bust.

Add a cover-up: Monokinis are designed to show more skin than traditional one-piece swimsuits, so it’s a good idea to bring a cover-up to wear when you’re not in the water. This can be a lightweight kaftan, a maxi dress, or a sarong.

Accessorize: A monokini can be a statement piece on its own, but adding some accessories can elevate your beach look. Consider wearing a sun hat, sunglasses, and some simple jewelry, such as hoop earrings or a necklace.

Choose the right footwear: Pair your monokini with some stylish sandals or flip-flops that complement your swimsuit. Avoid wearing high heels or shoes that can be damaged by water or sand.

Play with prints and colours: Monokinis come in a variety of colors and prints, from classic black to bold patterns. Experiment with different colors and prints that reflect your personal style and make you feel confident.

Remember to apply sunscreen before heading out to the beach or pool, and have fun mixing and matching your monokini with different cover-ups and accessories to create a chic and stylish beach look.

By Caprice Cut-Out Swimsuit

Designed by former model Caprice to make ladies feel confident, sexy and feminine, By Caprice combines stunning design and quality fabrics to create the ladylike swimwear pieces. This beautiful monokini in royal blue made from a stretch swim fabric features a soft sliding triangle cups for adjustable coverage and a full cut brief to show just the right amount of skin.

French Connection Sun And Sea Swimsuit

According to the runway report, this summer is jam-packed with nautical influences and the strongest style are still sailor stripes. The Sun and Sea halterneck swimsuit by French Connection follows the trend with an amazing charm and elegance to perfectly complement the sun-kissed skin. With cut away sides and a comfortable fit it will top the list of your favourite beach styles for a long time.

ASOS Frill Front Monokini

Get flirty on the beach with this gorgeously girly swimsuit from ASOS! Beachy, bright and right on trend, the alluring monokini in peach is adorned with a plunging V-neckline. A feminine ruffle trim to the front beautifies the plunge and gives additional volume and an enviable shape.