Taking inspiration from our women of the golden era is one of our go to for muses when designing swim. Fashion trends come and go, but true style is timeless. Here are five women we love to look for fashion tips paired with a Hermoza suit to fit the mood.
The 1950’s bombshell, Ava Gardner, was not only an iconic actress but she was also known for her glamorous and figure flattering style. We believe Gardner would have loved the Liz One-Piece Swimsuit to pair with her lovely two-piece seen here. The sweetheart neckline and high waisted briefs compliment this actress’ hourglass figure. The Liz One-Piece Swimsuit’s sweetheart, twist knot neckline, color-blocked bottom, and adjustable back bow make this suit as sumptuous that of Gardner. Pair the Liz One-Piece Swimsuit with your Becky Sunglasses to successfully achieve this look!
We’re lying if we said we aren’t jealous of Audrey Hepburn sitting on the coast of France while filming Two for the Road (and even more jealous of the those in her company!) Known for her acting and her slot in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame, Hepburn has been an influential style icon for as long as most can remember. Wearing a long sleeved top on set, we think Audrey would have looked just as fashion forward in the Else One-Piece Swimsuit while still protecting herself from UV rays. A wash of femininity comes through in the details; a shiny gold zipper, textured side panels, and a sweet scooped neckline dress this sporty stunner up for all-day beauty.
We can’t write about Hollywood icon without talking about Marilyn Monroe. Did you know that Marilyn Monroe was the second woman in U.S. history to own her own production company and for her 23 movies that grossed a total of more than $200 million. Possibly one of the most classic and well know style icons, this star could have easily worn the (coincidentally named) Marilyn One-Piece Swimsuit or Lupe One-Piece Swimsuit. The Marilyn One-Piece Swimsuit is the suit for good old-fashioned confidence with it’s flattering rushing for easy glamour. The Lupe One-Piece Swimsuit lengthens and pulls you in in all the right places with its strong, silky Powernet fabric mesh in the stomach area and a built-in wire zero budge bra. Both of these styles give off that highly desired Monroe energy. You’ll be doing tricks on the beach in no time too!
This photo of Debbie Reynolds makes us want to go Singin’ in the Rain. Beautiful as can be, Reynolds sits poolside in a flattering, strapless one-piece swimsuit. Known for her established acting career and well known costume collection, Debbie was also seen as having a legacy in fashion. Pairing her with the Leonor One-Piece Swimsuit, this strapless number can be worn floating on an inflatable, like Debbie, all summer long.
Last and certainly not least, the glamorous Rita Hayworth. Hayworth took the 40’s by storm when she appeared in 61 films over 37 years and was deemed the Love Goddess for good reason. Photographed in countless dramatic looks, Hayworth still could still be seen in a cute, preppy fit from time to time. We see her swimsuit pictured here similar to the Amelia One-Piece Swimsuit. With it’s V-Neck neckline and printed pattern similar to that of the Amelia, we think this suit could be a close resemblance to the one seen on Rita. Styled with your iconic “midi” haircut and curls, you’ll easily feel like an instant Hollywood it-girl.
Styling based on the originality of these five elegant women is what’s going to make you feel amazing in your swimwear. Their individuality is still seen in fashion today and we think following in their footsteps is a fabulous idea! Though no one can explain beauty better than the women themselves!
“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” - Marilyn Monroe
"Elegance is the only beauty that never fades." - Audrey Hepburn
“I have always felt that one of the secrets of real beauty is simplicity.” - Rita Hayworth
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