The desire to find the best swimwear for this seaside season seems to be never-ending and retailers in their turn continue releasing more and more alluring collections in order to satisfy the style needs of various fashionisers. Designer Monica Wise has prepared an ultra-diverse and versatile swimwear line with lots of alluring styles, colors and shapes, so that anyone will be able to pick something according to her figure, interests and taste. Colorful, trendy and sexual, the latest L Space Swimwear 2012 collection instantly grabs the attention and makes one’s list of seasonal must-haves longer and longer.
Two-piece swimsuits are the dominant trend of the new season and most of the beachwear lines, including the L Space Swimwear 2012 collection, bring a multitude of styles that match this trend. Neutral or boldly colored, color-blocked or printed, the line features various two-piece styles for any body shape. Pay attention to the cuts, embellishments and accessories of the looks. Whether you are looking for classy details or flirty hues and patterns that will flatter your perfect tan, the line has all the necessary designs for you.
Alongside old-faithful, classy monochrome pieces, the L Space Swimwear 2012 collection also brings gorgeous geometrical prints, water color effects, neon colors, floral prints, fringes and stripes for a fresh vibe. To look original and at the same time sport a few trends at a time, you can combine two styles with each other, wearing, for example, a printed piece with a monochrome one. Still if you want to instantly land on the spotlight with your bold look, go for a head to toe printed swimsuit.
Keeping different body shapes and style needs in mind, the designer of the L Space Swimwear 2012 collection brings a variety of lovely options to choose from. You just have to know your worst and best assets to pick the design in which you’ll look at your maximum. Read our useful guideline on how to choose swimwear to flatter your figure and then make your choice from this lovely collection!
Photos courtesy of L Space