Today we have a guest post from Becks, blogger at [oomph.] In this post, Becks shares 3 of her favorite Hawaiian-inspired looks using products from InStyleSwimwear.com!… Enjoy!
Living in Hawaii, there are plenty of opportunities to wear swimsuits. In fact, with our warm weather, you’ll find people sporting their suits year-round…even during the so-called-winter months. At any given time, I’ll have a couple at home and one in my car for those spontaneous trips to the beach or pool. That said, I’m always on the lookout for new swimwear in styles that accommodate my ever-changing body and lifestyle. While I am guilty of sporting a barely there string bikini in my time, I have learned over the years that more can be more! There’s an understated sexiness about a one piece (or two piece) that shows off just enough, but not too much.
While vacationing or stay-cationing, you’ll spend lots of time exploring the grounds of the resort. From sipping drinks poolside, to lunch at the waterfront cafe, to resort shopping, you can’t go wrong with this one-piece from Karla Colletto. With its plunging neckline and punch of cranberry, it’s far from basic. Feel sexy and, more importantly, comfortable making your way around the resort.
The girl on the go needs pieces that can transition well from day to night. Morning errands, soaking up the sun, and evening cocktails with the girls (or guys) can all be done in this Cayenne Dress, on-trend nude wedge, and fabulous fringe bikini. Let the fringe hang out of the dress for a fun neckline.
For the mama with kids in tow, the last thing you need to worry about is getting tangled up in strings. This unfussy and stylish one piece bandeau suit has a fitted bottom and a blouson top perfect for hiding that tummy in transition. This large tote keeps all your necessities in place, and the sun visor provides much needed sun protection while you’re chasing around those kids. And, how cute are these gold jelly flats by Melissa Shoes? Comfy and chic!
Blogger Bio: just a former shopaholic turned mom, adjusting to being stylish on a down-sized budget. i found [oomph.] to be a much needed outlet for my creative juices…a way to satisfy my fashionable cravings amidst motherhood and the daily 9-5 grind.