Good morning everyone, I thought I would do a round up of my swimsuits that I wore whilst I was holiday/vacation in Cyprus. So here is a mix of some new and old season swimsuits. Who else gets excited as much as me when it comes to buying swimwear? I love to take at least one for each day, thats just me, we spend most of the year being covered up here in the U.K so when on holiday vacation just want to walk around in my swimsuit!
Lets begin with this striped swimsuit from Asos. How gorgeous is this?! Initially I was after a Solid and Striped swimsuit very similar to this one I am wearing. Unfortunately they didn’t have my size and therefore I ended up getting this one from Asos. So happy I did as I am so in love with how it looks and how great it is to wear in and out of the water! Styled here with my Carrera sunglasses and Red Velvet Velvetines from Lime Crime.
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Next day I wore this red Speedo swimsuit. Adopted by Olympic swimmers and World record beaters, Speedo fuses performance and functionality across a comprehensive line of swimwear. Sleek one-piece swimsuits and boldly printed bikinis come in body-shaping, chlorine resistant styles. Over the years design collaborations has seen vibrant fashion influence the collection and updating the successful Speedo silhouette. Worn here with my Carrera sunglasses.
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So the following day I couldn’t wait to try on my beautiful Figleaves swimsuit which was gifted to me. This black Puzzle cut out tummy control statement one-piece hits both the print and nautical trends, as well as the craze for swimwear cut outs. You will for sure be the height of beach fashion. It features a flattering low cut back, along with hidden support for the tummy area, and my favourite padded cups to avoid the nipple situation. I opted to style it with my Carvela lace-up thongs and my River Island white oval sunglasses.
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Moving onto this stunning blue one piece Almada swimsuit from Orlebar brown. Its from an old season and I was rather disappointed when they stopped the women’s swimwear collection. Although they do some gorgeous mens swimwear collection. The sizing is true to size and I just adore the snug fit and the fact that it is crafted from sand-resistant fabrics with in-built UPF50+ protection. London-based label Orlebar Brown designs impeccably tailored swim and vacation pieces that work both on and off the beach. Worn here with my oversized H&M straw hat and my Mango Bamboo bag.
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Onto my one bikini I took on this holiday/vacation and this beautiful red halter neck number from ASOS. Designed in a flattering halterneck shape, it’s made from stretch fabric that crosses over at the front and secures at the back. Why not continue the ’70s vibe by styling yours with a floppy straw hat. Paired here with my Le Specs Rapture cat-eye sunglasses.
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Another Speedo swimsuit and this time in black with gold writing. This is a Boom Splice Muscleback Swimsuit and is great for swimming. My boys love swimming so I tend to join them and this swimsuit is just perfect. Paired here with my Le Specs Prince Ltd aviator style sunglasses.
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Right another monokini and this one is from Asos, I purchased this one a few years ago. Absolutely adore a white swimsuit, just stands out so much against my skin tone. I wore it here with my oval sunglasses from River Island and Red Velvet lipstick from Lime crime.
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Finally onto Karen Millen Zebra print monokini from a few season back. With the animal print being so hot this season I decided to inject the zebra print by wearing this monokini. This is a great way to try out the animal print if you are unsure about the trend. A well fitted monokini which has padded cups which I always appreciate. Here I have worn it with my Zara lace-up espadrilles, Le Specs Rapture sunglasses and my Whistles fedora hat for some pool side glamour!
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