One piece, or maillot, swimsuits are not plain or passé. One of the hottest trends last summer was the "jersey" peek-a-boo "or cut, which breaks the vertical line and accentuates the feminine curves with strategically placed cuts. The lot bolder, mostly teenagers and girls in his twenties, he goes with a chain halter tie dress. This elegant tie on the side of a single piece has a high leg cut and a background slide adjustable chain, which gives the bikini effect without the exposure.
Variation leaves uneven bars in a monochromatic one-piece tan a little exposed for an attractive, contemporary effect. Extreme examples can be left as exposed as if they're wearing a bikini Teensy, but there are plenty of moderate editions also available. This style looks good with flirty contrasting vibrant hues like orange and fuchsia, purple and lime green or blue and canary yellow.
For those who prefer something class and contemporary, the one-piece maillot in an animal print is a classic piece. From the tiger, dalmatian and zebra leopard and snakeskin, these wild prints are in vogue. Those who prefer subtlety can opt for a suit with ring details at straps, bust or sides, but provide an elegant touch to the most dress simple and yet not go overboard on the 'bling' effect.
A low V-neck solid color halter maillot is a winner, with one collapse again, this piece is a powerful force to be reckoned with. However, the solid color should be vibrant. The summer of 2005 witnessed an explosion of bright colors and solid ranging from earthy red hot pink, pure white, turquoise and rich chocolate.
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