Bikini’s and tankini’s and monokini’s on my! Swimwear for girls brings an exotic array of fabrics and textures this season, but with so many options how is a girl to choose the perfect bikini?
The evolution of swimsuit for girls follows a unique path through the generations paralleling the progression of women throughout history; from the oppressive 1920’s to the globalisation of the world, where we saw the injection of inspiration from other nations.
As in every clothing style, swimwear for girls seems to bring a fusion of old and new, this season taking us back to almost wear it all began the late 1940’s, it was during this era, on a infamous French beach that the bikini made its head turning and somewhat shocking premier.
After its debut in France an article was released in the Los Angeles Times quoting blonde bombshell, Bebe Shoppe, as not approving of American girls wearing bikini suits; It was Bebe whom sported the first ever bikini in 1946 in France, although these times have changed swimwear fashion has definitely taken a step back.
This season swimwear for girls has retro appeal with high waisted cuts reminiscent of those seen littering beaches during the late 1940’s and throughout the 1950’s. Love it or hate it, the high waisted bikini will be making an appearance on beaches and sun lounges this season and when worn correctly will still be turning heads as it did back in France in 1946.
But be sure to keep in mind that the most fashionable thing this season is to look hot and feel confident, so ensure that the cut of a high waisted bikini is right for you. Don’t sacrifice looking your best for the stake of a trend. That is definitely not fashionable!
Swimwear for girls offers so many choices and with new buying options such as the internet, it is more affordable than ever to have a selection of suits for every occasion. Whether you’ll be poolside sipping cocktails, heating things up in the spa or ducking waves in the surf swimwear for girls is fun and affordable this season.
The final word is to know your size; some of the biggest fashion faux pas can be defused quickly and easily with a tape measure! Now get online or hit the shops and get yourself organised for a season of sun, fun and socialising!