Adrianne Ho talks bikini confidence


Adrianne Ho talks bikini confidence

There are few wardrobe related words with the ability to strike fear in virtually any woman heart quite like season. what could perhaps widely be agreed upon as the other most dreaded duo shopping the idea of suiting up for the pool or beach can be uncomfortable and slightly unflattering at best, and completely anxiety inducing at worst.

Smoothing out the shopping experience is just one aim Toronto born model and online influencer Adrianne Ho behind the lifestyle site Sweat The Style had in mind when she set out to create a capsule collection of swimwear for Canadian retailer Simons.

should be able to play volleyball, paddle tennis, jet ski, run on the beach, and jump through the waves without worrying about anything popping out, she says. can do more than just lay by the pool in this collection.

The collection, which Ho says is inspired by the and sport aesthetic, includes activity friendly pieces including a black one piece swimsuit emblazoned with the words Mer Noire that has support around the middle, and a few mix and match separates such as a zip front bikini top and two tone bottoms. There are no string bikinis here.

And the shift away from skimpy separates is one that shoppers will continue to see in stores and swimwear collections this year.

the medium rise and the high rise that are still popular, John Izzo, VP Design Product Development at La Vie en Rose, says of the trend toward fuller coverage bottoms. can help to define the waist or simply to cover the stomach by creating that retro fashionable look.

Izzo says it important for women to consider their body proportions when shopping for the right swimsuit rather than trends.

best swimsuit/cut is the one that makes you feel beautiful and comfortable in your own skin, he says. being said, balancing your proportions and underlining your best asset is always a good rule.

Bralettes with thicker straps and details at the back which Izzo dubbed are another popular option for the swimwear season ahead.

And the best thing about spring/summer 2016 swimwear may well be the return of the somewhat sexy one piece, much like the black iteration available in Ho collection, which includes higher cut leg openings for a longer, leaner look and a low back for a surprising flash of skin.

feel obligated to wear a bikini if you don’t want to, she advises. right one piece can sometimes be sexier than a bikini, especially if it makes you feel more comfortable.

should feel confident knowing that you will always look your best when you’re out there enjoying the sun and having fun in whatever swimsuit you choose.

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