Tori Praver Swimwear 2014 Collection
We’ve already seen the wonderful results of American supermodel Tori Praver’s deliberate work as a swimwear designer. The previous collection, in fact, left us surprisingly delighted and kept us extremely looking forward to some more creative interpretations of hers, as a talented and successful expert of swimwear looks. So, the time has come for us to get pleased and enjoy these wonderful and imaginative introductions once more. This time it’s the Tori Praver swimwear 2014 collection that is about to leave us without breath.
Among the few looks available for our scrutiny, we can spot some nice interpretations of geometric designs, combined with traditional peacock prints, as a result of which, an utterly new pattern has been brought forth, representing a transformed and geometricized variant of the rounded and a bit retro pattern. This design can be found on tops and on bottoms as well. The ruffled elements and the flutter options are the next cornerstones of describing the Tori Praver swimwear 2014 collection. These designs are found on tops, coming as single flutter options, as well as double and a bit elongating versions of bra pieces.
What is peculiarly attractive about the bottom part is the cute and slightly minimized peplum attribute, paired with the nice, just a little bit simple, yet very cute floral prints. The breathtaking macramé technique is found on a look featuring a one-piece garment, which also has a bandeau-style top and interesting grey shade.
Coming to the shapes of these boho-chic swimwear options, we can mention the hipsters and the Brazilian cuts as prevailing ones among the looks, appearing in some pair-switching combinations with each other. The main color palette observed with this line can be described as being calm, a bit grey-domineered and soothing.
Making conclusions, we can say that the Tori Praver swimwear 2014 collection is just perfect for your calm and romantic rest on the beach, providing you with a relaxed atmosphere and elegant looks.
Photos courtesy of Tori Praver