What Do Women Look For In A Swimwear?

Blue White Stripes Ruffle One Piece Swimsuit

Blue White Stripes Ruffle One Piece Swimsuit

Visit any swimwear shop for that matter and you will find a myriad of choices to select from one piece suits, to two piece bikinis, tankinis and even thong swimwear. Irregardless of the fact that some women live far away from the beach, you will definitely find a pair of swimwear suits that have been hiding in the closet in case any beach getaway will come up. Women nowadays are getting more and more meticulous when it comes to their beach wear. Everybody wants to look their sexy best to catch the attention of onlookers and cute guys. Still there are other concerns like ultraviolet protection as well as top quality which are expected considering the high cost of some of these suits.

I suppose the requirement that tops the list for most women would be how the suit would flatter their body type. They would go for bikinis or swimwear that would enhance their figure to attract attention and get men’s jaws to drop as they pass by. They want them to be in the style and design that makes them looks sexy as well as feel sexy.

Other considerations would include the color and print design. Usually they would prefer vibrant colors or shades that would go well with their complexion. While others would want them in plain or solid colors there are those who enjoy floral prints or other printed design to give their swimwear a unique look.

Continue reading “What Do Women Look For In A Swimwear?” »

How to Choose the Suitable Swimwear

Rose Red Floral Print Swimdress Tankini and Shorts

Rose Red Floral Print Swimdress Tankini and Shorts

There are many shops selling slim wears, but they are not good to wear and swim, because swimming needs comfort. The women are planning to reduce their back, belly and arms and legs, only for this purpose they are attending swimming pool every day. They are not bothered about to spend money for their needs; all they need is comfort in swimming with slim wear. The companies are focusing in manufacturing products only to reduce body generally. The wears for slimming made to run, jog, and walk around in the morning.

These dresses are successful in their production, many people are happy about it, but swimming is concerned only limited companies are manufacturing the slimming wear for swimming. These products are suiting only for women below thirty years; these products are sold faster than the other age groups. Therefore, they reduce manufacturing the above age group of thirty. However, a few companies are manufacturing slim wear to practice swimming, they are produced and sold immediately, therefore limited production is made only to meet the demand of the company and the company has low demand.

The required slim wear for swimming for above 40 years women is the wear should not trouble the user, the wear should have free access in legs and hands, only this enables the ladies to swim at least three to four rounds which ends approximately one to one and half an hour. This practice is not enough for a woman. The slimming teacher now advising ladies to take rest for fifteen to twenty minutes and start again to swim for another two hours. Therefore, a woman has to wear a slim wear for slimming for four hours right from her house to going back to her house after swimming is over.

Continue reading “How to Choose the Suitable Swimwear” »

Paris Hilton on the Enduring Legacy of the Tiara

Maisie Williams photo by Getty Images Paris Hilton and Rita Ora photos by startraksphoto.com

We recently noticed that tiaras are popping up everywhere from fashion runways to the festival circuit. For our August issue, we asked Paris Hilton, OGtiara enthusiast, to explain the lasting appeal. Plus, we’ve thrown in a few extra musings from Paris on her fashion legacy that you won’t see in the magazine. Take it away, Paris…

Paris Hilton: I’ve been wearing tiaras my whole life. I think I was born with one on. I love being feminine and sparkly and confident, and when you wear a tiara, you feel even more that way. You feel like a princess. I see so many people wearing them now, but back then, no one wore tiaras. I’d go to [cult New York City stores] Patricia Field and Hotel Venus or other random little places by myself or with my sister and find these really cool pieces. I didn’t even have a stylist; I just wore what I loved. I probably have over 200. I keep them in these glass crystal cases with the light coming in. When I was in that Tink-Barbie stage, I wore them all the time, but I’ve evolved in the past few years. The look’s no longer about that little tiara I used to wear. It’s more like a crown or a headband that looks like a tiara. And now it’s only for special occasions, like a birthday, New Year’s, a wedding, a rave maybe. Coachella. But I would definitely say that you shouldn’t wear a tiara to a funeral. That would be very inappropriate.

GLAMOUR: A lot of the trends you trademarked—going-out tops, chokers, newsie caps—are back in fashion. Do you ever feel territorial?

PH: I love it—I think it’s so cool. It’s really sweet: I’ll see a lot of girls out and they’ll be wearing something and be like, “Oh my god. I saw that you were wearing this.” And they’ll even remember the event I wore it to or where they saw it. That whole style was really before its time. And now I see everyone rocking it. I’ve always loved being a trendsetter. I love fashion and being a designer and what I do with my life. It’s always a huge compliment when I see people inspired by it. I love being an inspiration to other women.

GLAMOUR: It’s funny that what you wore brings us back to a definitive place and time. When you were putting things together back then, did you think about branding?

PH: It wasn’t like, “Let’s do this look because it’s going to be this Paris Hilton aesthetic.” I’m an Aquarius, which means I’m really fun and funky, and I just love having my own style and doing something different. I was living in New York and a socialite. Everyone else was kind of wearing the same thing—I wouldn’t say boring; it was very elegant and beautiful—but it wasn’t really me. And I felt like I wanted to do my own thing.

GLAMOUR: It does seem like minimalism is taking a seat. Did you ever feel the siren song of simple dressing?

PH: I dress for the occasion. So, if it’s gonna be a fun event, something I can dress up for, I will. If I am going to Dubai, going to the Palace, or having a meeting, I am going to be all covered up and dressed in black. For a business meeting, I’ll wear a Chanel suit. When I want people to take me seriously, when I’m going into the boardroom as the entrepreneur and businesswoman I am, I don’t go in dressed in some colorful, pink, crazy outfit, because it’s kind of a stereotype. But when I do want to have fun, I really don’t care what people think. I wear what I want.

Article source: