Hey Divas,

Fashion can be a bear pit of Dos and Don’ts at the best of times and never more so than when shopping finally rolls around. Fashion has never made us stereotyped to a particular trend but we’ve often sticked to our status quo, never wanting to venture into more creative ideas and styles of fashion.

With swimsuits comes many styles and patterns to help dash into the pool or beach. Unless you have free access a pool or live closely to a beach, the number of times you actually wear a swimsuit doesn’t usually justify the pretty penny you paid for it. With so little return on the investment, shopping for a new suit can be seriously frustrating. With this good investment on swimsuit, there are so many ways you can get your return and satisfaction from this piece of clothing outside the water.

Swimsuits are an evolving breed in this advanced beach styling and it’s all about embracing beachwear as day wear. Scroll down for unique ways you can wear swimsuits outside of the pool and beyond.

  • Ruffle Bandeau + Maxi Skirt or Palazzo Pants

There’s something quite romantic about a palazzo pants or maxi skirt and a ruffled swim top that doubles as a crop top. Dress up the look with high heels, or keep it cool and casual with flats.


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  • Denim + One Piece Suit

Instead of struggling with making your top stay tucked in your denim trouser, a one piece suit works very well as a body suit and stays tucked in for as long as possible.


  • Bikini Top + Body-Con Dress

Instead of struggling with a strapless bra the next time you want to wear a strapless dress, try layering that tubular mini over an underwire bikini top and add some bold, playful accessories to keep the eye moving.


  • Rash Guard + Midi Skirt

A rash guard is essentially just a skintight T-shirt in a techy fabric. Tuck it into a midi skirt with some flat sandals and a cross-body bag, and no one will even realize you’re wearing a swimsuit.


  • Plunging One-Piece Swimsuit + Sexy Skater Skirt

Look for a one-piece with a little looseness or draping and Pair it with a body-con skirt or something with a high slit, and complete the look with a great pair of heels.


  • Strappy Bikini Top + Backless Dress

Turn the swooping line of an open-backed dress into a frame for an awesome multi-strapped bikini top. Match the dress and your bikini to create the illusion that the bikini and dress are all one piece.


Share with us in the comment box how you style your swimsuits outside the pool.

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