The popularity of the one-piece swimsuit has been somewhat eclipsed since the invention of the bikini by Louis Réard in 1946. But, if a bikini isn’t quite your style, there’s good news! This season, the one-piece swimsuit has made a tremendous resurgence.
At Miami Swim Week, high-waisted bikinis, cut outs, and plunging necklines made headlines. But, the one-piece swimsuit also made some waves.
And, glamour is possible in a one-piece without fringe, sheer insets, or high cut bottoms. Recently, retro 1950’s-inspired swimwear has been made oh-so-popular by Taylor Swift (the ultimate “pin up girl”). This swimwear will help release your inner bombshell!
One of the best ways I have found to vamp it up is with this Vintage-Inspired Ruched One-Piece Monokini Swimsuit by ADFOLF. The look is more classic Marilyn Monroe or Elizabeth Taylor than Kylie Jenner. And, I for one, am sold!
This swimsuit is incredibly flattering. The sweetheart neckline, removable cups, and halter top tie to perfectly adjust your fit. And, the front panel ruching conceals any tummy flaws, even when wet, since the ruched mid-section doesn’t cling to wet skin. Plus, the leg cut is lower that many contemporary bathing suits, which have bottoms cut up to the hipbone.
Although this swimsuit is 87% polyester and 13% spandex for lots of stretch, it does tend to run a bit small. So, I would suggest ordering up one size.
This classic monokini swimsuit is available (in black only) on Amazon for just $10.99 – $11.99. And, there’s plenty of summer left. Why not look fabulous?
Your guide to a life filled with STYLE! Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, Harper’s BAZAAR Style Ambassador and Cover Girl Ambassador. Susan Said…WHAT?! was named one of the Top 50 Beauty Blogs in the World by RebateZone.com in 2015. Susan is also the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! Read more about her in Family Circle Magazine.
PHOTOS: Image used with permission by Adolfo.
DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this post. I did, however, receive a promotional sample of the one-piece swimsuit mentioned above in order to fully evaluate the product. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my readers.