Summer 2018 is finally here and there are a few swimwear trends you need to know about. From high cut bottoms to one-pieces by the pool, you can never have enough swimwear and thanks to IT girls like Gigi Hadid and Em Rata, we have endless outfit inspo.
Let’s start with the most flattering swimwear trend this season, high cut bottoms.
High cut bottoms are a more retro take on your bikini style. The high rise cut elongates your leg for a flattering look and has an uplifting effect on your behind. Most of the Sommer Swim bikini bottoms are designed to be worn a little higher on the leg, however we love the Hosk Bottom for this trend.
The Hosk bikini bottom features a Classic V Cut that sits high on the leg. The seamless Italian lycra sits flat on the hip and doesn’t dig in to yours sides. As with most Sommer Swim bikini bottoms, they are double lined for extra firmness.
The One Shoulder One Piece Swimwear Trend
This swimwear season isn’t all about bikinis. There has been a revival of the one piece thanks to many European influencers. The one shoulder one piece is so chic for summer 2018. It can be worn from the beach to the cocktail bar with the addition of a mini skirt or a pair of denim shorts.
We love the Stella One Piece for this swimwear trend. The Stella One Piece features a sexy waist cut out feature that can be worn front or back for versatility. It also features a slightly higher leg cut for elongated legs.
The Gen Z Yellow Colour Trend
We’ve mentioned neon as trending in our past blog here however it has really taken off this bikini season. Lime green is emerging as the latest colour trend and it transcends from streetwear to swimwear this summer. Kylie Jenner recently wore an all in one lime green jumpsuit to Louis Vuitton Menswear Fashion Show in Paris, whilst Bella Hadid work a tailored neon suit with converse sneakers to the Dior Spring/Summer 2019 collection show.
We love the Cobra colourway for this neon lime green trend. You can check out all the Sommer Swim cuts in “cobra” here. If top and bottom lime green is a little too much neon for your to handle try mixing and matching with the “leopard luxe” print.