Trends To Spot From Miami Swim Week 2015

L*Space By Monica Wise - Runway - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2015

Late July for the fashion world can be summed up in three words: Miami Swim Week. Each year, fashion designers head down to the hot city of Miami to debut their latest swimwear collections. This summer the designers showcased their upcoming 2016 Resort collections. After perusing through a multitude of fashion shows, we have compiled a list of upcoming trends you will be seeing soon!


One-piece Swimsuits

One piece swimsuits were seen all over the runway this year. Don’t think of them as your average one piece though! The one pieces that have been shown are daring with plunging neck lines, and fun exotic prints. It looks like we will be seeing more mixes of coverage and sexy details.


High-cut Swimsuits

 Whether it is due to Miley’s onesies, or the newfound love of the 90s, the Baywatch swimsuit is back and hotter than ever! Although, some may cringe at the thought of this happening again, it is a sure trend down the runway. The one good thing about them is the fact they do lengthen legs and make you look like a supermodel!  



The trend that never ends! Cut outs have been shown in dresses, shirts, and now are seen in swimsuits. Many swimsuits that look conservative, such as high waist two pieces, are now sporting cutouts. This takes an older looking cut into the modern era, and it is too fun to say no to.


Bohemian Swimsuits

The trend that has taken the fashion world by storm is starting to make its way on to the runways. Designers debuted collections featuring both one piece and bikinis with bohemian designs and patterns. Also, accompanying this trend on the runways is florals which brands have combined the two. Offering a boho chic style.

These trends will make you want to skip work and lay poolside or at a beach resort all summer long. And don’t worry if you’re not in shape, the designs will surely motivate you to hit the gym! Now, which swimwear cut is your favorite?


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