Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

In case you want some swimwear collections coming with the greatest proportions of diversity, chic, and glam, as well as reflecting the hottest spring/ summer 2014 swimwear trends, the Sauvage swimwear 2014 collection is just the exact pick for you. Presented by the total beauty Nina Agdal, this collection features the most comprehensive and creative pack of color, imagination, summer mood, and just cool looks possible! So you will definitely find whatever you are looking for, just having a nosey at these striking pieces and picking the swimwear that flatters your figure and that you liked most. The cool thematic background chosen for the images is another catchy aspect here.

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection
So we may start our scrutiny of the Sauvage swimwear 2014 collection with the curious fluttery looks, made of top and bottom duos, and adorned with some interesting design details and floral-resembling motives. Sassy red one-pieces come right after, designed with strapless options and matched with some cool design patterns made of creamy tones.
The shimmery black triangle top matched with the hipster bottom is the next catchy aspect of the Sauvage swimwear 2014 collection. The same can be said about the blue and red triangle top and bottom, finished off with the halter. Fuchsia shade is also used here, combined with curious multi-strap cuts. The sensual and body-flattering monokinis form the following flabbergasting part of the line, especially when coming matched with the golden details.

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection
The alternatives with paisley plus brocade design patterns are also worth mentioning. So are the pure white duos and the options coming with micro patterns on white background. The stripy alternatives with black, white, and yellow, as well as the all-yellow looks also managed to catch our attention. Finally, it’s the white cover-up and the sassy black duo that we see finishing up the Sauvage swimwear 2014 collection, and acting as ideal final brushstrokes for the looks.
So we are again breathless after seeing all these dazzling and impressive suggestions united in one line. If any of these options is your pick for the cool summer 2014, then your ideal and stunning looks are more than absolutely guaranteed!

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Sauvage Swimwear 2014 Collection

Photos courtesy of Sauvage

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