What Bathing Suit Color is Right For Me?

What Bathing Suit Color is Right For Me?

 

From basic black to baby blue to color-blocked fuchsia, learn top tips to find what swimsuit color is best for you!

 

Back to Black (but never basic)

In the 20s, when Coco Chanel said that “the best color in the whole world is the one that looks good on you,” she liberated women worldwide of the stress and anxiety of dressing only to trend. Soon, women everywhere eagerly embraced black as a decadent color, ensuring they always stood out without sticking out. Now, for a woman wearing black, three things are certain: her style is effortless, elegant, and accessible. A woman in black is bold and independent. For our Hermozas, black is the color of graceful opportunity. Wearing black ensures polish, focus, and refinement, but it is also a divine blank canvas that can be styled and accessorized with ease.

 

Our Grace two-piece tankini is perfect for the woman who seeks harmony and balance. And while “black goes with everything,” this piece is designed to elevate and sculpt with structured support that enables natural movement. The Grace is versatile, daring, tasteful, and always a hit when perfectly paired with a stunning pair of high-waisted anything (shorts, trousers, palazzo pants – you name it).

For our Hermozas whose confidence is the source of their beauty, black is an ideal shade that offers both freedom and distinction.

 

Perfect for those Ocean Eyes

Our Anna one-piece is ideal for those lovers and dreamers who always have their heads in the clouds. Fun and playful with double hoop embellishments, the Anna is the ultimate investment-worthy swimsuit/bodysuit that works and plays as hard as you do. Feminine and functional, the Anna’s classic silhouette in either our exclusive shade Oltremare or our navy blue is perfect for any occasion or mood. This one-piece will have you reimagining what it means to “sing the blues” when you sing its praises for all day comfort and day long confidence. Soft and essential for a fall to winter wardrobe, both Oltremare and navy will have you channeling luxurious royal couture vibes à la Marie Antoinette and Elizabeth II. Blue is perfect for our Hermozas across the pond as well as those found stateside. Vintage-inspired shades evoke our favorite waterfall moods and ocean at twilight feels. Reimagine our Anna as a bodysuit under a sweet, full-length maxi skirt, an adorable pair of Bermuda shorts, or with a rocking pair of distressed denim jeans.

For women who go with the flow, but are never wishy washy, blue is a critical hue for keeping it cool.

 

You Really Got Me

Who doesn’t want to be timelessly cool? The Mod movement of the 1960s was all about an explorative optimism that urged women to have fun with fashion as a means of expression. Centered around pop art of the time, fashion became a daring alternative to cookie cutter styles that served up looks that were too conservative and (LBH, boring). Bright color combinations and geometric-inspired designs were striking and vibrant and ensured women were never wallflowers, content to blend into the sidelines.

The Clare, our own vintage-inspired one-piece, serves up a super cool throwback attitude that is alluring and memorable. Exclusive to Hermoza (and now on sale), the Clare’s color-blocked red and fuchsia is a complete showstopper. Offering full-coverage and a complementary open back, this supersonic stunner will look perfect under a pleated skirt, with over-sized sunnies, and statement acetate earrings and bangles. Sophisticated and stylish the Clare could also be the best flashback OOTD with a fun, oversized floppy hat, a pair of light-washed, wide-legged denims, and an uber chic pair of mules, clogs, or wedges.

 

For Hermozas who aren’t interested in settling for just one shade, color-blocking and graphic patterns are always all the rage.

Picking a color and shade that is right for you is all about going with your gut. What colors do you gravitate towards? Does it help your complexion glow as bright as your stunning smile? While it is essential to get a complimentary palette right for your year-round wardrobe, it is more important to feel confident dressing for your shape and the occasion.

Read more ‘All About Color’ in our blog!

Besos, Hermoza

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