Latest in swimsuit fashion

What is a better way to get over that white winter than by dreaming and shopping for the latest swimwear trends? This is one way that can really make you happy when you are booking a nice looking vacation and putting together a great wardrobe for the holidays. But in order to do this, you need to know what the trends are, that is what below is all about.

Wedding Suits

Since there are a lot of destination weddings these days, this is the type of fad that really calls on swimwear options that you can wear after the day of your wedding that really breaks into the honeymoon phase. Check out the lacy and white pieces that are great for a lounge on the beach. They are coming in two-piece, single piece, off the shoulder, halter top, and so much more.

Tassels are in!

If you like additional things on your summer wear, then you need a great suit that you can wear in and out of the water. These types of tassel swimsuits that really make you day or night. Some come in off the shoulder, with a cute skirt attached which brings out the hotness in all of us. Or you could just go with a string bikini.

Halter it up!

This is an amazing style that really will boost your summer in 2017. It works great for bikinis, tankinis, and even one pieces. You can even look for the sheer inserts or crocheted cutouts that are really in.

Really cute bathing suits!

It is common for plus size girls over the size of fourteen to dread the search for a swimsuit. Actually, plus size girls often try to avoid swimsuits, pool parties, and summertime beach fun all together due to the options available to them. They consider the material options to be dull or unattractive. However, thanks to the advancement of swimwear options now providing better built, and more glamorous options it is possible for plus size women to find the sizes and styles that fit their personality.

Importance

The NPD Team conducted a marketplace study that indicated plus size women is one of the fastest growing retail industries. Statistics show that women over the size of 14 spent over $22 billion each year. This has resulted in the designers and makers of swimsuits creating new patterns, and offering available swimwear to teen girls who are plus size.

Types

Five types of bathing suits are available in plus sizes: skirted swimwear, tankinis, blouson tops, shortinis, and one-piece swimwear. Skirted swimsuits are single bathing suit designs that have cloth resembling a brief skirt. Tankini’s is an alternative to the regular bikini. The shortini is similar to a tankini, and pairing a tanked top and bikini base works well. Blouson swimwear have a connected flowering top, while one piece swimsuits are self-explanatory. Swimsuits are created using nylon, Lycra, and polyester blends, with prices ranging between $29 to $200 and up.

Cute bathing suit features

When looking for a plus size swimsuit, there are various features to enhance a womans assists while hiding other areas. Stomach bulges can be hidden by designs that use drapped or ruched material. A slimmer look can be achieved by choosing a design that uses a criss-crossed pattern, which contours to the body. Larger body women can appear slimmer with a deep v-neck design while a halter top stabilizes the hips. In addition to these, wearing a swimsuit that has a vibrant top with a dimmer colored skirt will enhance small bust and larger hips.

This means the coloration of the swimsuit is very important in plus size swimwear. For a slimming look, you want to pick a dim brown, blue or black color. However, patterns and stripes can be a daring option if you prefer, it all depends on what you are comfortable with. After all, the swimsuit you choose should be flattering to you first.

When to find swimsuits

The best time to start shopping for your plus size swimsuit is around May or June to get the best options and variety of designs. This ensures inventory is fully stocked. Other tips to keep in mind is, not shopping for a swimsuit right after eating, or during your menstrual cycle.

 

Check these three links out:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swimsuit

http://www.victoriana.com/library/Beach/FashionableBathingSuits.htm

https://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~roseying/ids110/WHIS.HTM

 

Swimwear fabrics

It is quite amazing that the earliest swimwear material was nothing in the early centuries. The Greeks and Romans would swim in the nude, which continued for hundreds of years. Men continued to swim in the nude until it was banned in 1860. This is when swimwear was invented. They called it a bathing costume and it was just a pair of knee length pants that was pink and white striped. Women until the 17th century did most of their bathing in a spa or bath, away from the men. They may have started bathing in the nude but in the late 17th century they began to wear swimming costumes. Even though most men wore drawers and waistcoats, women were required to wear a long bathing outfit that was made from a yellow canvas material. It would not stick to your skin, so the body would not be seen.

19th century swimsuits

By the 19th century, the bathing costume was geared towards being modest, especially when it came to girls and women. Because of this most bathing costumes were good at concealing any type of racy parts of a woman such as their legs or ankles. So they began to use wool or flannel which was a really thick fabric and was great for concealing the body. The reason for these materials was a win-win for the makers. It preserved modesty and the heavy material helped to defend people from the chilly waters of the English seas. The use of this material continued until about the early 20th century. It was believed that it was great for swimwear because it was long lasting and would resist dirt.

Latex and spandex

Then in 1925 a stretchy type of material called Latex was introduced. It was made from a stretchy type of yarn that had an elastic core that was wound in with silk or cotton threads. It can be one of the more preferred materials for a very long time. This type of material was used up until the 1950s when Nylon material showed up. Then in 1958, the production of Spandex caused swimsuits to become more revealing and more form fitting. Since the 1960s the styles were really altered as it went under a lot of modifications. In the 1980s and 1990s, a trend of being lightly covered so you could develop a good tan. Because of the worries and warnings about developing skin cancer minimized the recognition of these items.

Conclusion

Now there are swimsuits that have been made to be high tech, which means it lessens drag and helps to enhance speed. There are a lot of different styles now that come in polyurethane which helps to put the swimmer in great form. It prevents the skin from causes resistance. This in turn helps to increase velocity for athletic swimmers.