High quality swimsuit fashion tips in 2021? Swimwear season is upon us. The suits du jour? Glamorous one-pieces and modest bikinis, both cut to cover up and enhance curves. In the mix are island-inspired options — an asymmetrical two-piece from the New York label Giejo (top, $98; bottom, $88) and a cheap and cheerful Indochine-esque palm print by Joe Fresh ($29), for example — that hit the high and low sides of swim’s price spectrum. Other standout summertime swim trends include plaids (gingham from the Australian swim house Seafolly and madras from Thom Dolan); black-and-whites (stripes from Norma Kamali and botanicals from Tommy Bahama); and florals (primaries from Rebecca Taylor and pastels from American Eagle). T even found the sunglasses that go best with each look. Here comes the sun!
Bright, casual and sexy, Free People is clothing’s answer to Anthropologie (its sister company). Surfer girls and sun worshippers alike will find their home here, where each piece displays a unique concept and colour palette. Although born out of West Philadelphia, the relaxed Cali vibe of this brand is undeniable. For the ultimate bombshell look, there’s nowhere better than Monday Swimwear. Conceptualised around the notion that if you’re in a bikini on a Monday, life must be good, it’s a brand that’s focused on making the wearer feel sexy and feminine. Find even more info at swimwear.
From hip hop to spinning and everything in between, these days you can pretty much find a different kind of workout for each day of the week. And while the latest crop of cardio classes and cross-training routines make hitting the gym more fun (finally), they also take a little more planning in the wardrobe department…because you can’t wear that tired old middle-school-tee-and-soccer-short-combo every day. You just can’t. So, because we’re firm believers that when you look good, you feel good (and if there’s anywhere you need to feel good, it’s the gym), we’ve put together five super cute and functional outfits, each geared toward a different activity. Click through to see it all, and get that activewear collection started—you’ll be surprised how motivated you’ll feel to break a sweat.
Dissatisfied with the lackluster swimwear options at her price point, fashion publicist Gabby Sabharwal took the initiative and created her own line of wallet-friendly, chic suits. With six mix-and-match styles, her collection may be small in size, but scores big on the style scale. Where do you see your line going? What’s next? I love one-pieces. There’s something about them that looks so chic. I’m hoping to do something really creative and different with a one-piece as well as a few more transitional cover-ups. I’m also going to experiment with creating my own prints and layering fabrics.