Calzedonia Summer 2012 Swimwear Collection

With the sun burning in the sky, it’s high time to look for the perfect swimsuit in order to hit the beach in style. During your sartorial hunt you’ll hardly go by the newest, much anticipated Calzedonia summer 2012 swimwear collection without falling in love with it, as it’s so complex, feminine and rife with statement styles. For the new seaside season the famous Italian brand once again sizzles with its super-stylish swimwear line packed with chic, flirty and standout swimsuit models. Whether you are into simplistic, basic pieces or like to catch everyone’s attention with your sophisticated style, Calzedonia has you covered this beachwear season.

Greece and Jamaica are the dreamy destinations, where the Calzedonia team headed its way for the brand’s summer shoot. Photographed by Raphael Mazzucco, the Calzedonia beachwear lookbook looks utterly playful and ethereal, perfectly evoking the spirit of the collection. The entire Calzedonia summer 2012 beachwear line is divided into several categories – Sweet Shapes, Golden Sunset, Energy Breeze, Hot and Rock, Mediterraneo, and Turquoise, each of which has a certain theme, and each is fabulous and gorgeous in itself.

Want to flaunt the passionate Mediterranean side in you? Look to the Mediterraneo line by Calzedonia, featuring an array of elegant and luxe monochrome pieces in the timeless hues of black, brown or gray. The Turquoise line is filled with fresh mint hues and sexy designs, while the Hot and Rock department fuses eye-popping yellows with blacks, whites, prints and blue touches.

The Energy Breeze line is utterly lively and energizing as the name itself suggests, packed with hot orange, purple, pink and floral printed swimsuits and playful beach-ready dresses. The Calzedonia Golden Sunset beachwear line will catch the attention of delicate and romantic girls, who love to wear white embroidered, blue checkered, red striped or dotted swimsuits, fabulous maxi dresses and sexy shorts. Last but not least, the Sweet Shapes line targets those striving to accentuate their feminine curves, while sporting burgundy, purple, green or snakeskin printed beachwear.

All in all, the Calzedonia summer 2012 swimwear collection is utterly versatile, diverse and vibrant, filled with lots of lovely embellishments, dazzling prints and colors. This season, think lovely floral prints, cute polka dots, playful stripes, wild animal prints and oh-so-adorable bows.

From one-piece ensembles to sexy bikini designs, the Italian brand’s new collection has the ideal style for any shape and taste. Check out these incredibly voguish beauties and be brave and cheeky in your choices, making sure you look and feel self-confident and hot in your preferred design!

Photos courtesy of Calzedonia

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