Women Secret Summer 2016 Swimwear: Into the Wild

With this forthcoming summer about to break the global heat records as much as the previous one, one can’t help browsing through the fanciest swimwear proposals to get fashionably ready to chill and soak up some sun. Whether you happen to be in the middle of your exhausting research to find the perfect bikini, trikini or one-piece, or you just feel like it’s about time to expand your territories, we’d like to introduce to you the Women Secret summer 2016 swimwear collection, which is specifically here to take us on a journey into the wild.

Women Secret Summer 2016 Swimwear

Combining its traditional feminine and modern style with affordable price tags, Women Secret keeps on offering us sleepwear, accessories, swimwear and underwear since 1993, thanks to its 652 stores in over 61 countries. The label, whose first centre opened in Madrid, is mostly renowned in Europe, but is incessantly gaining recognition internationally as well.

For its SS 2016 swimsuit collection, Women Secret focuses on bold colors and Nineties-inspired motifs, going back to its origins and riding the Girl Power wave that is currently lapping over any fashionable shore. Besides one-pieces and bikinis, the collection includes a cozy strappy playsuit, flip flops with tropical patterns, a few stylish beach cover-ups and airy pants, the lightweight materials of which will make it possible to wear them both on the beach and at any night out with friends.

The Women Secret SS 2016 swimwear line-up mainly focuses on contrasts, both throughout its botanical, ethnic and fruity patterns, and monochromatic pieces as well. As for the monochrome bikinis and one-pieces, the collection takes advantage from the Nineties iconic ombre, tie-dye and pastel combinations of colors, releasing some quite interesting proposals that, besides accentuating the curves thanks to some tactic contrasting hems and seam lines, will make you look like a vintage beach bunny at the beach.

Minuscule paisley motifs interrupt the many ethnic and floral prints, whereas bi-colored bikini bottoms will make you feel the urge to play mix-and-match with all of the tops you may own, just to see if they may fit and get along well with each other.

Women Secret Summer 2016 Swimwear

When it comes to the overall bikini styles, the collection won’t disappoint you either. The line-up features everything from skimpy bandeau tops with front fastening to basic bandeaus, from triangular bikini tops to cozy one-pieces that will just turn out to be perfect for those who prefer to play beach volleyball rather than sunbathe while eating an ice-cream under the beach umbrella. With price tags ranging from 12,99 € to 39,99 €, this collection is appealing and affordable indeed!

Photos courtesy of Women Secret

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