ACCESSORIZE YOUR SWIMWEAR FOR A DOSE OF RETRO GLAM!

Wednesday, June 20, 2012


I was recently inspired by one of my favorite blogs, FASHION GONE ROGUE and one post in particular - featuring spectacular retro inspired swimwear, accessorized perfectly with summer's hottest trends and colors. Model Naty Chabanenko spends the entirety of this brilliantly styled shoot for the June issue of How to Spend It Magazine in a wide selection of girlish and glamorous looks featuring pieces from Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Prada, Chanel and more. 

Styling via Damian Foxe and Photography by Kevin Sinclair.






Many of us overlook the importance of accessorizing when you are half naked - but honestly, that's the best time! It isn't hard, and you certainly don't have to break the bank to look just as stylish. 

If anything, never underestimate the power of a good hat, an on trend pair of sunglasses or a simple necklace. A vintage shrug with layers of fringe would make a great cover up! Scour your local thrift stores and find a few glamorous robes and just DIY. Simple!


DIY IDEAS:
1. Add fringe to swim cover-ups for a 1920's flapper feel.


2. Create your own jewelry using shells, crystals and pearls. 


3. Long, dangly earrings are easy to make and perfect for those who prefer a minimalistic look without too much fuss.


4. Check local thrift and second hand stores for cheap beach hats - you'll be amazed at what you can find for a few bucks!


5. Add faux flowers to your sandals or wear them in your hair for a feminine touch.


Party Worth Swimwear


2 comments:

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