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Beat the Heat with Stylish Swimming Costumes
Let’s face it, we all crave for those beach holidays and pool parties as soon as the summer hits! However, to make the most of this season, you need to own the trendiest women’s swimsuits that not only flatter your body but also make you feel at comfort and at ease. Swimwear is typically made from materials that are suited to the water environment, providing comfort, durability, and quick-drying properties. Moreover, it’s a fashion statement too.
Clovia offers a wide range of swimwear featuring fresh prints and the latest styles. You can pick from bikinis, tankinis, monokini, swim dresses, etc. Clovia swimwear is crafted with light & moisture-wicking fabric for allowing you to enjoy summer to the fullest.
Advantages of Wearing Swimwear
There are several advantages to wearing swimwear when engaging in water activities. Here are some of the key benefits:
- Swimwear is designed specifically for water activities, providing a comfortable fit and allowing for unrestricted movement.
- Swimwear is typically constructed with features that provide support and protection. Women's swimwear often includes built-in bras or underwires for added support.
- Swimwear is designed to withstand the harsh conditions of water environments. Durability ensures that your swimwear will last longer, even with regular use.
- Wearing swimwear helps maintain a level of hygiene when participating in water activities, particularly in shared or public swimming areas.
- Swimwear is not only functional but also a fashion statement.
- Swimwear is designed for easy and quick changing, allowing you to transition smoothly from dry land to water and vice versa.
- Swimwear is not limited to water activities only.
Swimwear Materials To Look For
When selecting swimwear, it's important to choose materials that are durable, comfortable, and suitable for water activities. Here are some swimwear materials to look for:
- Nylon: It is a popular choice for swimwear due to its strength, stretchiness, and quick-drying properties. It is resistant to fading and can withstand the effects of chlorine and saltwater.
- Polyester: Like nylon, polyester is a durable and fast-drying material commonly used in swimwear. It is known for its resistance to stretching, shrinking, and wrinkling. Polyester blends, such as polyamide, are also commonly found in swimwear.
- Spandex/Lycra/Elastane: These materials are highly stretchable and provide excellent elasticity, allowing swimwear to fit snugly and retain its shape. They are often blended with other fabrics to enhance comfort and flexibility.
- Polyamide: Also known as nylon, is a synthetic fiber that offers good elasticity, quick-drying properties, and resistance to wear and tear. It is commonly used in swimwear to provide comfort and durability.
- Mesh: Mesh panels or linings are commonly incorporated into swimwear to enhance breathability and drainage. Mesh allows water to flow through the fabric, reducing water retention and providing additional comfort.
It's worth noting that different swimwear brands may use their proprietary blends or variations of these materials. It's always a good idea to check the product descriptions or labels for specific information regarding the fabric content and care instructions.
Types of Swimsuits
The swimwear world can be a little overwhelming and confusing at first, so if you’re in a little fix and need a queue on that, we got you covered. We have narrowed down our list to some of the most stylish swimwear designs to help you beat in the scorching summer.
1. Bikini: As soon as you hear the word swimming costume, bikini is the one style that immediately strikes your mind. Thanks to all the models and other style figures that have made these bikinis very popular apparently. The two-piece swimming suit set includes a stylish panty that lies flat on your hip and a top, which can find in numerous styles, such as bandeau, halter neck, and more. You can either wear a bikini as a set or mix & match to play dress up on the beach.
2. Monokini: The one-piece swimming costume for women, monokinis, have gained immense popularity lately, thanks to their sleek and stylish designs. The best part about these monokinis is that they flatter all body types and look uber-chic. If you’re still conscious about your body type, you can also pick the ruched swimming costume designs to look slimmer.
3. Tankini: Tankinis are almost similar to monikinis, but come with added support. They let you flaunt that hourglass figure, making your frame look even more beautiful and petite. And of course, if you’re a little shy with your butt being visible, these are by far one of the best swimming costumes for women you can go for. You can further pair a sarong to elevate your look.
4. Swimdress: Have always been fond of those short dresses? Well, what better for you than a swimdress! It looks almost similar to your usual dress, but varies in terms of fabric and functionality. With beautiful colours and silhouettes, you can don these pretty swimdresses at the beach to look all fabulous and frilly without compromising on modesty or comfort.
5. Boyleg swimwear: If high coverage is what you’re looking for, boyleg swimming suits for women are something you should look for. With longer leg openings than your usual swimwear, they are truly a must have for your beach vacay. And if you’ve mistaken boyleg swimwear for something boring or casual, give Clovia’s styles a try. We have some amazing one-piece and two-piece boyleg beachwear styles in bright colours and patterns that are sure to change your entire notion.
6. High waist: Lately, high-waist swimwear styles have taken all the rage in the market. They have become very popular, especially among curvy women who want to wear swimwear to the beach but are a little hesitant. This swimsuit for women is also a great option if you want to fulfil your fantasy of wearing a two-piece, but are afraid of showing too much skin.
7. Cover Up: The hunt for women’s swimwear doesn’t just end at a swimsuit. Rather, another very essential clothing item for the beach is a cover-up as it lets you relax on the beach after you have soaked in the sun or moved to and fro. For instance, the beach or pool might be about a 5 or 10-minute walk from your room. Here, wearing a cover-up solves your purpose to roam around comfortably without feeling awkward in swimwear. You can find various cover-up in numerous styles, such as front open, kaftan, fringe, and more.
Choosing the Right Swimsuit for Your Body Type
If you’ve always been fretful about wearing a swimming suit just because you think that you don’t have the ‘right body’ to wear them, we’ve got good news for you. There is a swimsuit for everyone out there as long as you know the right style to fit you.
1. Pear shaped: If your hip size is greater than your bust size, you need something that gives the illusion of a curvy body. Here, choose high waist bottoms that give adequate butt coverage. For top, you can choose bandeau style or play with stripe like design.
2. Hourglass: You can wear anything you want. We suggest you go all out and wear pretty two piece bikini sets to flaunt your figure.
3. Straight: Like the name states, here, the bust and hip size is the same. So, you need to get those dramatic curves. Choose gorgeous details like ruffles and ruching for curvaceous appearance.
4. Inverted triangle: If your bust size is greater than your butt size, you need something that makes your bottom look bigger. Choose something like a flared skirt in order to balance out.
How To Take Care of Swimwear?
To increase the lifespan of swimwear you have to take care of it. The best ways to do that are:
- Pool water contains chlorine, salt and other chemicals which might change (fade away) the colour of swimwear. Rinsing after each use helps wash away chemicals, resulting in less damage & discolouration.
- Use mild detergent to wash your swimwear.
- Do not wring or twist your swimwear. This can damage the fabric and stretch out the shape. Instead, gently squeeze out excess water.
- Lay your swimwear flat on a clean towel or a drying rack to air dry. Avoid hanging it up, as this can cause stretching and misshaping.
- Sunscreen, tanning oils, and lotions can damage the fabric of your swimwear. Apply these products before putting on your swimwear and allow them to fully absorb before wearing it.
- If possible, have multiple swimsuits and rotate them. This allows each piece to have ample time to dry and recover its shape before being worn again.
Now that you’re aware of all the swimming costume styles for girls and the type that would suit you, buying one shouldn’t be so overwhelming. Plus, we got you covered with all these trendy styles to make sure that you find your perfect match both in terms of style and comfort. So, get shopping today and rule the pool! And if you want to know a little more, here are some frequently answered questions for your help.
Q1. How to wash swimwear?
A1. The best idea is to hand wash it using a mild detergent, the one that is especially designed to wash spandex fabrics. It helps to increase its lifespan & retain its quality.
Q2. How often should you wash a swimwear?
A2. Every time you take a dip in the pool. In fact, you should wash it even if you simply relax by the pool and don’t take a dip. The ingredients present in sunscreens can often damage the fabric, so be sure to rinse it every time.
Q3. Can I wear a bra under a swimwear?
A3. Ideally, you should opt for padded swimming suits for women. However, if you still require support, you should opt for swim bras and not your regular bras. Opting for the latter can cause serious damage to your bra as they are not designed to withstand chlorine, sunlight, and salt water.
Q4. Do one-piece swimsuits fit women with long torsos?
A4. Yes, some brands have super stretchable swimming suits that can fit women with long torsos as well. However, be sure to check the details before making the purchase.
Q5. What is the difference between a swimsuit and a bathing suit?
A5. Practically, there is no difference between the two. Swimsuit is a more modish word for the traditional bathing suit. Both are meant for lazing and lounging around the pool.
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