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Swimwear365 unveils bold prints & bright colours line
30
Jan '13
The new swimwear collection, including tankinis, swimsuits and bandeau bikinis from Swimwear365, promises to impress. Bold prints and bright colours are set to take the swimwear style by storm this summer season making them a must have for your holiday wardrobe.

Colour Block

Colour block is a sure fire way to get the bright and bold look this season - opt for neon fuchsia, cobalt blues or siren reds for a head-turning effect, or try sunshine yellows, navy blue or crisp whites for a gorgeously tidy look.

Daring Prints

It's not all about the singular colour block either; things are getting just as bold on the print front. Think fresh, tropical patterns in daring neon pops that give off a vibrant, spirited feel. These patterns are available across a range of swimsuits including halter-neck string bikinis, bandeau tops and tankini swimsuits.

In addition to tropical prints you'll find exotic animal patterns such as zebra and tiger, as well as aqua animal prints which offer a feisty feel.

Geometric patterns are also included as part of this bright and bold theme for SS13 - think zesty yellows, azure blues, crisp whites and rustic oranges arranged in perfect geometric shapes and designs.

This season, keep it bold and bright with Swimwear365.

Swimwear365 is the UK's largest online swimwear retailer and stocks brands exclusive to the UK including S.Oliver, LASCANA and Buffalo, along with renowned brands such as French Connection, Adidas, H.I.S, Marie Claire and many more. Sizes range from 6 - 34, with cup sizes from AA to E.

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