For any woman going on a luxury tropical vacation, Marysia Swim might be the best brand to shop this season. The high fashion swimwear/resort brand just released their latest 2016 collection, and the result is cute and flirty. Due to the color and material usage, many looks in the collection will be better suited for the woman who wants to lie at the poolside or take a quick dip in the pool, rather than for any more serious swimming endeavors. But the looks manage to stay fresh, trendy and in the classic spirit of the label.
To sport the Marysia brand, as with any other name brand swimwear, you’re going to spend a bit more than other places, but if you’re looking for that perfect standout piece to set you apart from other beach-goers, then the extra price just might be well worth it. Whether you’re looking for a one-piece or separates, the brand has created a range of sexy and more demure looks to meet the needs of a wide client base.
Scallops are a clear trend for the Marysia Swim resort 2016 swimsuit line, which contribute to the range of interesting silhouettes the swimsuits have to offer. But it’s important to keep in mind that if you wear a scalloped piece, your tan line might not forgive you – although maybe that wouldn’t be quite a bad issue!
The single pieces and monokinis in this collection are the epitome of the brand’s high fashion self statement, as their extended fabric helps smooth the fabric, making them appear just a little bit more luxurious than their bikini counterparts. Both types of swimsuits, however, don’t sacrifice diversity, as each item has its own character.
Some bikini tops are classic, such as the “Broadway” bikini, while others are a bit more innovative, as with the tied bow “Venice” top or the more conservative “Mott” bikini. The one-piece swimsuits mirror some of these concepts. There is a monokini option for the “Mott” piece, and same goes for the “Venice” suit. So if you find a style you like, you’ll be able to find it in a one- or two-piece to best suit your needs.
The Marysia Swim resort 2016 swimwear collection also features cover-ups of varying levels of wearability, with some capable of being worn away from the water without seeming out of place. For the most part, the dresses, jumpsuits, and sarongs are created thinner and would likewise show off the swimsuit underneath. But the skirts and tunics are surprisingly versatile, and the silhouettes aren’t quite so reminiscent of swimwear coverings, so it’s feasible that these items could be translated to a greater portion of the vacation than just poolside.
Photos courtesy of Marysia Swim