Cia Maritima Swimwear 2014 Collection
The famous Brazilian brand Cia Maritima has its fabulous say in the swimwear trends of the upcoming summer season once more, presenting another wonderful and impressive collection: the Cia Maritima swimwear 2014. “Follow the Sun”, this is how the line has been called and this is probably the best definition that can be given to these flabbergasting pieces. Truly sun-inspired and energizing effect that the looks produce are not only completely wearable, but also extremely cute and elegant. Gorgeous super models Alicia Kuczman, Flavia Lucini and Fabina Seprebom glamorously present the line, the pieces of which have been skillfully combined and created by Daniel Ueda, and turned into stunning photos with the proficient photographer JR Duran.
The shapes of the Cia Maritima swimwear 2014 collection are diverse, still sticking to the main point of being tastefully colorful. Thus, here we see some nice triangle tops, matched with sexual tie-sides having the typical iridescent color tones. Following this is the awesome bandeau with an O-ring in the middle, paired with the hipster bottom of yellowish color shades.
Monokini is quite a rarely met shape, found in the Cia Maritima swimwear 2014 collection in the shades of emerald green. The interestingly designed and presented animal prints are another peculiar pattern for this collection. The dresses are also contemporaneous with this line, presented via some cute variants as the mini length, ample-sleeved one, and the sumptuous floor-length weightless pieces, carrying the elegant and fabulous touch on.
Talking about the patterns, we can’t but also mention the optical effect attached to some of the pieces, being a nice way of representing the rainbow shades preselected as the basic background drive for this line.
So, if you want to have striking and glamorous looks, at the same avoiding the widespread presentations, being so popular among the swimwear of the summer 2014, the stimulating pieces of Cia Maritima swimwear 2014 collection are definitely worth looking through.
Photos courtesy of Cia Maritima