Take the plunge

Alright, so I found a new obsession: I’m completely smitten with Deep V swim suits right now. They give me a Sharon Stone feel from the movie “Casino”, remember her character, Ginger? You remember Ginger, she had great style, super trendy for the time, and seemed effortlessly put together in every scene? Well, these Deep V swimsuits, aka plunging necklines or halters, are all of the above.  They’re fabulous, completely next level and you really need to be ready to attract attention in these beauties, because that is what they are designed to do. There are a few general call outs you should bear in mind before attempting to wear them.  First, they are not forgiving-meaning they lack support. Super tricky to wear if you are a C cup or fuller. My suggestion: try wearing it with a triangle bikini top underneath, that is the same color. Yes, you will see the strings of the triangle bikini top in the back, (most deep V, halter, or plunging styles have a very low back and tie just behind the neck), you’ll also see  the string at the center front, but you’ll create support, sort of like a bra. The second thing to keep in mind is these suits are situational; you probably aren’t going to wear them to the beach with the kids. Instead, pull this beauty out of your bag of tricks when you’re hosting an adult pool party, or going on vacay with your friends or s.o. (significant other). You’ll definitely be a hit. My fav’s so far come from: La Perla  and Nager By Nic Hyl. Go ahead, take the plunge, put on your heels, and strut poolside.

La Perla Symphony Rock No wire Swimsuit

La Perla Symphony Rock No wire Swimsuit


Nager By Nic Hyl Deep V Halter

Nager By Nic Hyl Deep V Halter


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