Hi folks! The new year has just begun, and we are all so stoked about it. However, it is also time for some 2017 reviews, don’t you think? From the things we got wrong last year to all that we killed in, these reviews will have them all.
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In today’s post, we will be discussing the Top 8 swimsuits from the swimwear collection 2017 There is still some time for summer, but let this blast from the past inspire you to show that hot bod in the trendiest of swimsuits.
Before you start rummaging through your drawers to check out your swimsuit stash, only to realize the inevitable, we’re gonna save you the trouble and tell you that yes, it’s time to add a couple of new pieces to your collection. But don’t worry, because we’ve done all the hard work for you by listing last year’s best swimsuits that filled various social media feeds, and will continue to in 2018, according to experts. So, without further ado, here are the eight best swimwears of 2017.
Best swimwear collection 2017
1. High-Leg One-Pieces
These pieces might seem a little scandalous, but mind you, if you want heads to turn, this is the perfect style. However, you need to make extra sure that you can carry these off. When it comes to silhouettes, these high-leg swim pieces have gotten a major revamping. This was essential a 90s style, but it saw a resurgence in 2017, and will continue to burn the beach this year too. If you are brave enough, and are not faint of heart, then we dare you to try this style in 2018.
2. The Off-shoulder pieces
2016 saw a lot of off-shoulder-dresses and tops, which became a summer staple by 2017. However, 2017 also so the emergence of the off-should bikinis. These swimsuits can also be used as crop tops if one is creative and likes to take risks with their style. Team it with a pair of denim shots and you have created a trend!
Yes, cutouts were a major swimsuit trend last year. We saw a number of fashion models flaunt their perfect body in this pieces. Everyone was seen sporting it. SO if you missed out on it in 2017, you don’t want your chance to go by this year too, do you?