Love Sauvage! Some of their swimsuits were featured in the recent SI Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue 2014.
The Sauvage swimwear collection demonstrates a myriad of swimsuit designs. Styles include halterneck tops, moderate one-piece swimsuits, sexy bikinis, and beach cover-ups. Some prints are monochrome and some are printed designs. The brand features brilliant patterns, color-blocked pieces and timeless solid colors such as whites.
The fashion year 2013 saw quite a few prints and florals in swimwear. Most swimsuit designer collections featured vibrantly printed pieces. This from the Sauvage Swimwear resort 2013 collection is a gorgeous example of their unique prints, which include nature and floral themed prints.
Be careful when choosing prints
Dazzling and unique prints are likely to stay in style moving into the year 2014, especially if they are feminine, bold, bright, or unique. If you choose the right print that makes your body, hair and skin stand out they can look amazing. The only thing to be careful of is that prints are trickier when it comes to looking slender.
Try on the swimsuit and check that the print is not too distracting so as to make you look heavier. As shown here, a print with a rather solid base (in this case the gold/yellow) is going to keep the skinny effect for you. Lighter colors like this look great on a slim boyish body, whereas darker colors are going to flatter a heavier body.
Make the most of a modest bustline
This swimsuit shows a woman how to embrace and make the most of a modest chestline, size A or B. If you have good natural lift to your breast you can look amazing in a plunge front style. Rather than look flat-chested you will look sexy and amazing. The plunge neck and little bead detail are so feminine and cute, as is the double string tie. Women with smaller chests tend to grab for the cup-lined swimsuit that enhance their size artificially. Sometimes, going to opposite direction works better.
Embrace the size and show some skin in between the assets. It can look amazing especially on a slender or petite, small chested girl. Rather than wish for bigger push-up and cleavage enhancement, work the skin with a plunge. Be happy in the fact that there is zero sag and show that off. You would be amazed how embracing your body can make you look sexier than trying to artificially inflate the cup-size. This girl looks just smoking hot! You can visit the Sauvage swimwear store online or find their swimsuits featured at many of the upscale online boutiques.
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