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Intimate Street debuts latest European style swimwears
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Mar '14
Intimate Street brings Europe’s latest trends to India this summer. With Mercury dripping and holiday season on, everyone seems to be planning their getaway trips to the beach.
 
It's high time for some relaxation in the sun and Intimate Street has just introduced a new range of swimwear perfect for the occasion. From Swarovski studded one pieces to block colour one shoulder monokinis, nail the look with the right choice!
 
The one piece swimsuit is evolving at a rapid pace and brands are getting more innovative with their designs. They are sexy enough to show off a person’s toned body but also bode well with curves; fitting for every figure. 
 
This season one sees attention to cuts, shapes & embellishments. These conservatively chic pieces are fashioning an assortment of block colours this season, from royal blues to black & whites. 
 
India’s first luxury intimate wear retail outlet launched its first store in New Delhi and its website last year. Intimate Street has brought the finest European lingerie, swimwear, nightwear and bridal trousseau, such as Parah, Christies, Charmante, Lora Gig & Jolidon to India for the first time ever.
 
 

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