As I’m sure you’ve all noticed, the season’s hottest fashion trend is none other than color-blocking. The trend has already taken over the fashion runways and now it’s hitting the beach as the season’s hottest swimwear trend! Whether your sense of style is bold and beautiful or you consider yourself more of a subtle fashionista, have some fun this summer with cool new color-block swimwear styles.
When you think of classic color-blocking, you probably think of bold contrasting blocks of color that are brilliantly juxtaposed by the designer. At first glance, the bright hues may seem to clash, but for some reason it totally works! Try color-block swimwear styles featuring combinations like navy, fuchsia, and turquoise or warmer combos like red, orange, and pink!
A number of new one and two-pieces feature this classic color-block clash and all of them will certainly get you noticed at the beach.
In addition to the bold styles, there definitely seems to be a new take on color-block swimwear which features a softer, more subtle approach. Many swimwear designers are color-block strip.
Grey bikinis with a peek of lime or classic little black bikinis with a peep of turquoise are both sporty-chic and hot, hot, hot!
You can also find color-block swimwear styles done in classic black and white for a chic and sophisticated take on the trend.
These styles are perfect for those who are dying to try out the color-block swimwear trend but may be a bit frightened by the bold color overload!
Finally, you’ve seen it in the fashion mags, in-store window displays, and in countless street style photos—people creating their own color-block combinations by mixing and matching separates that they already own!
In this economy, we can’t always afford to buy new swimsuits every single year, but by pairing different tops and bottoms together, you can create your own color-block swimwear look for the beach! For example, try a bold citrus-colored top with an indigo or coral-colored bottom.
Play fashion designer and get creative! Are you bold enough to rock the color-block swimwear trend this season? Go on, we dare you!