Five Trends for Swimwear in 2013

May 13, 2013, 09:00 ET from

CHENGDU, China, May 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- It seems that it's hard to stop us itching for those deserted shores to enjoy playfulness and some surfing. Every year, talented designers will try their best to offer bright and non-ordinary models of swimsuits for every taste and body type in order to create a trendy, individual image. No matter whether you are a fashion-forward trendsetter or simply a resortwear-loving gal, you can get fully inspired from the following five trends for swimsuits in 2013.

Printed Swimsuites

Prints are always hot in summer; printed dresses, bags, shoes, even accessories. There's a great array of print swimwear from which to choose, from sea-inspired motifs to animal-inspired prints to whimsical prints. Floral, exotic and animal prints, as well as prints with shimmering colors of sea water are the most common types this summer. No matter how those designers were inspired, their prints have become huge now.

Ruffle or Fringe

If there is one element which has no restrictions on any styles of swimsuits, tops, bikini bottoms, one-piece swimsuits and cover-ups, it must be ruffles and fringes this year. What's more, it can be very good when you want to put emphasis in a particular area to balance your figure.

Retro Bustier and High waist

Reminiscent of the 1940s or 1950s, retro two piece swimsuits with a bustier top, low necklines and high waists in panties are very popular. It's a lovely choice for women who want more coverage on the beach.

Shoulder Emphasis or With Sleeves

This year comes the a trend other than brief bikinis. Designers seem to want more upper coverage and are making new creations for the shoulders. You may want to have a try after you check those Victoria's Secret and Aquarelle items.

One-piece with Geometric design

It seems that we've also got another throwback look- the geometric design one-piece. We never are lacking of these one piece swimsuits designs. This is good news for women who are expecting this.