I am not much into the trendy look, but rather go for whatever looks cool, unique, and figure flattering.  That being said I’ve noticed that fringe bathing suits have come in style since 2010 and stayed in style all the way into 2012.  Just the other day I noticed a number of fringe tops displayed prominently in the Nordstroms swimsuit section at the fancy local mall West-side Pavillion in Brentwood, California.

Please be a little younger to don this fashion forward trend.  I picked this swimsuit because I though the girl looked sexy and the darker color muted down the fringe a little bit.  I’ve seen the fringe in bright neon color bikini tops and paired with floral print bottoms as a mix and match.  This one is opposite the trend but I like the rich warm color of it.  Also, I like the special D-ring accent on the bikini bottoms.  To look as good as this young beauty, you’ll have to buy a fake spray on tan from the local mystic tan salon.

This bikini is called the Audrey Fringe Diva D Ring.  It’s new by L*Space bikinis for 2012.  The taupe color would be appropriate for someone a little older who wants to be trendy but not over the top with the girl-ish neon.  This one looks more mature.  Remember, you have to be the fashion trend type woman to pull this type of suit off.    Saw this suit on bikini-swimsuit-2012, and it’s called Audrey by L*Space.


The trend this summer definitely includes adding a feminine cover up to your swim outfit.  Now if you’re in your usual setting you would probably just throw on a pair of jeans or sweat shorts and a t-shirt as cover-up.  But if you are on vacation of wanting to dress to impress, consider wearing something more feminine and flirty.  This front tie floating cover up is chic and flirtatious and adds to the sex appeal of her bikini.

You can be any size including plus size to wear a cover up like this.  One thing you can do to approximate this look inexpensively is to buy a beautiful sarong to match your swimsuit and tie it either at the waist or up top.  The flowing material really adds to her look.  It’s flirty and feminine.  She looks all woman. 

For plus size women select a toned down pattern nothing too loud and noisy.  Toned down prints tend to slenderize so go for a muted floral or a one color sarong or cover-up flowing dress with some interesting texture to the material.  Heavier women should avoid super loud Hawaiian prints as they will look too busy and make you look heavier.  Opt for something softer and more dainty instead.  Lastly, a tip for the plus size woman is to wear something with a nice slit or opening going up the leg or body.  You don’t want to wear something too caftan or moo-moo like so make sure it has a sexy slit such as shown here.  A slit opening going up the leg or body always cuts up the figure and has a very slenderizing effect.

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