Don’t miss every breath in your swimsuit

The need for a holiday by the sea, the need for sunbathing and water bathing, is not much different from the Victorian era of the 18th century to today. It’s just that the ladies at that time wore Bathing dresses similar to robes and pajamas, and could only stay in their own wooden small houses on the water each time. Since the beginning of the 20th century, after the influence of competitive sports and the development of materials, the promotion of several concept liberations, and the complete introduction of swimwear into the fashion field by designers, the seaside has become a desirable fashion show.


After the advent of new swimwear-friendly materials such as polyester and spandex in the 1970s, the styles of competitive one-piece swimsuits in the 1920s and bikinis in the 1940s came to designers’ attention. They incorporate the cutting techniques of the shoulders and waist, as well as the methods of making clothes such as hollowing, splicing, printing and dyeing, and weaving, and gradually have various styles of swimsuits that are common to us now.


 Simple and smooth back style 

The U-back style has been enduring since the 1930s. It is coherent without excess embellishment, and can create different styles through the material and color of the swimsuit itself.

The solid color is simple and fresh, and it can also bring a sense of peace in the strong sunlight and continuous tide, and easily create a long holiday atmosphere.

Use bright colors, jumpy prints and shimmery textures, or add boho-inspired strap elements to focus everyone else’s vision on the fluid body lines. Just choose the pattern you like, it will not look bulky, but will be elegant and dynamic.


 Free and poetic deep V design 

The deep V design is accompanied by an expression and call to body autonomy. The soft U-shaped connection is replaced by sharper edges and corners, which are bright and neat. At the same time, the proportion of the body can also be adjusted through the V shape to obtain an elegant sense of power.


 Split swimsuit 

 Sexy, bold and colorful 

Split swimsuits appeared in the 1930s. Originally split swimsuits were “underwear”-style tops and boxers, and some designs used straps to connect the tops and bottoms. It was brewing the trend of modern swimwear.

In the 1940s, silk was first used to make swimwear, embodying the decoration and liberation of the body. Later, the three-point bikini that could be “packed into a matchbox” was born.


 Sharpness of lines and hollows 

 Futuristic swimwear 

Not a bikini, but also very sexy, close-fitting swimwear gives designers the possibility to “outline the body” through hollowing and complicated lines.

The innovation of swimwear materials benefits from the promotion of aquatic sports after the millennium, and the hollow design of the waist and abdomen that appeared in the 1930s also has a continuation of the sports style. The symmetrical and spliced design is simple and direct, and the modularity also enhances the sense of dynamism.


Now is a good time to choose a swimsuit for the coastal holiday, choose the background color and good mood of the holiday, and choose a new way of responding to the environment and inspection for yourself.

Post time: 08-19-2022