After a harsh winter and countless days in the gym preparing your bikini body, it is time to strut your stuff along the Atlantic in one of these trendy bikini styles. This summer, make a splash on the beach in more ways than one.
Last summer we saw the start of the high waisted bikini bottom trend and this summer will be no different. For those daring enough to pull off the look, this retro style is great for those looking to cover a bit more skin but in a fashionable way. Besides the high wasted look, retro styles are popping up all over in summer trends from bikinis to dresses to sunglasses. Try the bottoms in a bold print to really make a statement!
Go with the Flow Bikinis
Flowy Bikini tops are back again. If you are looking to be on trend but not out of your comfort zone, this style is for you. The extra fabric on the top results in a flowy look that is flattering for almost anyone. Try a top that is laser cut with designs for extra style points!
Monokinis are, as one can assume, a hybrid between a one piece and bikini. Creative cutouts and intertwining fabrics take these bathing suits to a whole new level of beach chic. Try one with a sarong and wedges to complete the look.
The high neck look is here! This unique style is great for anyone looking to stand out. From the beach to music festivals to just hanging out with friends, the high neck look is great for any summer occasion. Go from beach to bar and pair the top with a maxi skirt. You are sure to turn heads!
Separates for All!
This is a classic style that will always be in! Bikini separates are the answer to those who have a different size top and bottom or to those that love to mix and match! Buy a solid and print bikini and create four effortless bikini looks without spending the cash! Compliments will always follow.
For these and countless other swimwear styles, be sure to stop by one of the great stores on the Washington Street Mall in Cape May or Boardwalk’s Best on the Wildwood Boardwalk. Marcellina Boutique of Wildwood Crest also features up-to-date and on trend swim and resort wear form today’s most popular designer brands.