For the lucky ones who are escaping to the coast this Easter, mid-range and low-end fashion brands have advanced part of their swimwear collections. In an express exercise to buy everything you need to pack your suitcase, brands like Zara, Mango and Na-kd present a wide selection of swimsuits in their online shop windows that, if it weren't for their price, would seem high-end.
With golden appliqués and beads, very sophisticated asymmetrical cuts and in basic tones. The leading firms in the low cost market are committed to offering at least one minimalist piece for the most elegant wardrobes.
Zara opens its bathroom selection with a sober piece but with a lot of personality. With an asymmetric strap attached with a golden crocodile detail, the entire swimsuit is black, high-waisted, and costs 27.95 euros.
The animal print has conquered the catwalks this season and is postulated as a basic in the spring and mid-season wardrobe. Thus, the trend has also reached swimwear, specifically, in the Mango shop windows in a whole piece with a square neckline and zebra print that is now available for 29.99 euros.
A red swimsuit is a guaranteed hit in any suitcase. No matter what complexion you have, the striking shade flatters all types of figures and is undoubtedly a timeless summer wardrobe staple. C.
Joana Sanz confirmed it a few weeks ago. The lurex fabric, in all kinds of shades, cuts and both in a full-length swimsuit and in two pieces, will conquer the beaches this year. Na-kd offers a model in striking apple green, with a strapless neckline and priced at 29.95 euros.
The asymmetry that the catwalk imposed seasons ago continues to be essential in all kinds of pieces, both formal and informal, on the street or even on the beach. h