Swimwear designers have come along way with the one piece swimsuit, also known as a “maillot”, gone are the days of worrying about thick our midriff looks in a covered-up style. The only acceptable way to wear a one piece swimsuit outside of the olympic pool is with flattering cut-outs that give the illusion of a smaller waist and that focus on broadening the shoulders and cleavage.
The new one piece cut-out swimsuit is also a great investment piece to wear in the evenings with a wrap skirt or high-waisted shorts, it really is a great way of showing some skin on hot summer nights. However beware of unsightly tan lines and reserve the one piece cut-out swimsuit for pool-side lunches or late afternoon Rose wine drinks until sunset. The key to wearing this year’s swimsuit is to fake it beforehand with a spraytan or quite simply to embrace the non-tanned look with just a hint of colour.
We love these amazing styles by Agent Provocateur and Moeva London that you can easily transform into a top for the evening. We thought that these were best paired with high waisted shorts from BNKR store, an Aussie designer haven, and Helmut Lang assymetric skirts.
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