27th Jun 2017
Have you invested in a gorge one-piece swimsuit this year and want to get more for your money? Try out these outfit hacks for maximum one-piece perfection.
The problem with buying a swimsuit in Ireland?is that you get roughly 14 days of wearability during summer before it’s shunned to the dark side of the wardrobe until next years’ holiday.
Incorporating your swimwear into your year-round wardrobe doesn’t have to be difficult, however.?While we don’t condone a one-piece in the depths of winter, teaming your swimwear with your wardrobe staples is an excellent way to get your money’s worth. One-piece swimsuits excellently double as body suits and chic leotards and are the perfect silhouette?to layer with jeans and a cardi during the day or a sophisticated skirt combo in the evening. Why not try it out and give these looks a go?
The swimsuit ft. sleek ‘n chic wide leg pants
The swimsuit ft. playful double denim
The swimsuit ft. the mini skirt
Solid And Stripe Ballerina colour block swimsuit, Net-a-porter.com, €119m, Paperbag tie miniskirt, Topshop, €44,?Titolo x New Balance 247 ‘Deep Into The Blue’, NakedCPH, €135, Double-pearl earrings, Mango, €6.45
The swimsuit ft. the sophisticated full skirt
Hinano one piece in sea turtle, shop.mikoh.com, €194.88, Tibi cotton-poplin wrap skirt, net-a-porter.com,??415, Wrap around leather leaf sandals, Zara, €79.95,?GG Marmont medium quilted floral jacquard shoulder bag, Gucci, €1,390
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