Mar de Rosas Swimwear 2014 Collection
Colorful motives serving as a basic theme for the beach designs, the Mar de Rosas swimwear 2014 collection takes these interpretations a step further, representing a completely new way of incorporating the chic motives into your beach looks. Gorgeous Xenia Deli goes on with her truly awesome collaboration with this magnificent and proficient Colombian brand. The energizing effect that the pieces of this Mar de Rosas swimwear line have are probably the most suitable variants of summer beachy looks.
It seems like the creators of this line have accepted kind of a challenge to make unique and one-of-a-kind pieces, united according to common principles of being designed, diverse in silhouettes, and at the same time preserving the brand’s main ideology, which intends to design fabulously handcrafted and cool pieces. This is also the main reason of using beadwork, patchwork, and other delicately put techniques so often.
The first thing that catches the eye about these Mar de Rosas bikinis is the super-wide variety of colors and the ethnic-enriched color palette. Giving some insight about the shapes, we can talk about a spectacular variety in this respect as well. Particularly, the shapes here are presented as triangle top-bottom combos, one-piece looks, like the fabulous monokinis and cover-ups, halter designs, hipsters and Brazilian bikinis, as well as the popular tie-sides, finished with the awesome ethnic-inspired shapes of the beach bags.
The techniques applied to these killer swimsuits are just as diverse as the prints, incorporating exotic motives, ruffled designs, ethnic prints, animal prints, lavish beadwork, and shiny sequins delicately put all over the pieces. The iridescent color combinations are the perfect finishes for the sunny motives applied to these looks.
Thus, summing up the impressions, we can surely state that in order to have unique and matchless looks on the beach, we definitely need some of the amazing options provided by the Mar de Rosas swimwear 2014 collection.
Photos courtesy of Mar de Rosas