Is It Swimsuit Season, Yet?

I’ve been longing for Spring to come and possibly going somewhere sunny, and to me, it’s never too early to start shopping for possible beach outfits. One trend that I’ve never tried yet are monokinis, so, I decided to shop for some flattering ones this year. My best girl had worn a gorgeous ruffle top single piece bathing suit during a trip we went on winter break, and I’ve been in love ever since. It was vintage so, I looked for similar features in my hunt. I’m so very fond of nautical colors and white. The combination of the two creates such a clean contrast, which makes me feel so lightweight and fresh during the warmer months. So here are my options:

First this Crochet Monokini with the side cutouts and ruffle top really caught my eye. I love the color pink, but this also comes in a blue. Anything with ruffles on top really accentuates and gives your bosom an ooomph. My second option is this Vintage Swimsuit in a nautical color scheme. The best things are vintage-inspired pieces are how feminine the details are. Of course, to complete either outfits, we need some beach-ready accessories. I love simple coverups that do not take too much away from statement-making swimsuits. This Xhilaration French Terry Racerback Coverup Dress is perfect to absorb off some of the wetness from a dip while the racerback shows peeks of the swimsuit. As you can tell, I love my warm weather fashion to look clean and fresh. So I opted for a white Merona Floppy Hat to keep the sun’s rays at bay, Merona Beach Tote with nautical blue handles and details to stash all my goods, and these Mad Love Liane Flip Flops with white straps to walk around in.

Although it is still snowing outside here, Spring couldn’t be any closer! Thanks again to Target Style helping me bring the second edition of the Spring Style series. To check out the last post about dip-dye, click here. Until, the next!

It’s Time for Springtime.

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