SPRING is here, it’s time to blow up your inflatable flamingo again.
The new swimwear styles come with warm weather, and Tigerlily designer Catherine Thorbecke says we see three trends: small bikinis, vintage two-piece suits and tube top swimwear.
“There is no doubt – a little bikini is here,” Catherine said.
“Classic bandeaus and sporty straight shapes are also trendy and effortless diving styles.
“We are also very excited, and the retro-style soft steel bikini bikini and high-waist pants are rejuvenating.”
Tigerlily’s Voyage collection will take you on a swim.
“Our Voyage series pays tribute to the fascinating life of the free-spirited 1960s and jets,” Catherine said.
“It has a modern style of retro style – French, Spanish and Italian exclusive exclusive production, playful and unexpected styling, Lurex lines, beautiful embroidery details and custom hardware.”
Catherine recommends choosing a top that fits a bikini, if you wear a curved figure to add comfort.
“For those with curves, we really like our new C/D (cup) longline three, sporty Bianca bra and feminine Elle bra style, all designed for larger bust ,”she says.
For sports figures, Catherine said that the tube top style gives a wider bust of illusion.
“For those who are slimmer and sportier, we recommend that you try our new straight Eden bikini bra style or our new sporty high-strength Elle pants, named after the Queen Bikini – Elle Macpherson, Catherine said.
Use it as an expert tip – The short shoulder strap on the hips gives the illusion of a long leg.
For those who are a little self-conscious before the weather in bikinis, Catherine said that confidence is the key no matter what clothes you wear.
“I have always liked this sentence: ‘The skin is very sexy. The body shape is very sexy. This is not a bikini. Catherine said that if a woman is sexy, no matter what she wears (from) Angela Missoni, she is very sexy.
“Although having a beautiful, fit bikini is essential, but it looks good in a swimwear, just to have the right attitude.
“Look up, walk proudly, enjoy your time in the sun.”