I’m still hung up on suits this week. Why is it now that the pool is officially open the weather is cool? Couldn’t we have had this last week?
Here are suits for the other end of the spectrum, ladies who like pattern. You want to let the suit do the talking. Trust me, there are plenty of terrible patterns out there in swimsuit land. Don’t be sucked in by the ordinary! Here are some suits beyond the typical tropical pattern-
We’ll start off small with suit number one. It has an amazing color combination and the seaming gives it some pattern. I love how that blue pops out at you.
The second suit has strategically placed panels of red. And again, another unexpected color combination, red and purple.
The third suit has a sand dollar print in a cobalt blue color. I like how the suit has the small printed band, mixing small and larger prints in the same suit, same pattern.
On the bottom left, this suit is not for the faint of heart. This attention drawing suit features an oversized retro pattern with a great color combination. It also has a cute little notch cut out at the bust line.
Probably my favorite, the middle bottom suit has just about everything a swimsuit lover desires. This is resort wear. It has pattern, color, shine and at least the illusion of texture. Take a close up view of this one and you’ll see what I love.
Lastly, this suit is for those of you who love the color blocking. And perhaps don’t want a ton of pattern. The two-toned suit gives this suit enough fun to keep it from falling into the boring category.
Are you a solid or a patterned suit girl? Don’t worry, you don’t have to choose. You can be both!
Trina Turk LA neck tie zappos.com
MARC BY MARC JACOBS one piece halter top swimsuit bloomingdales.com
Trina Turk LA shelf bra bloomingdales.com
Zinke print one piece swimsuit bloomingdales.com
La Blanca one piece swimsuit bloomingdales.com
Seeker swim suit $47 – asos.com