Certain trends from this season have carried over, like a sporty cut-away bikini, teeny-tiny printed bikinis and off-shoulder silhouettes. Also evident is the ongoing one-piece trend, from super-basic minimalist swimsuits to those with sexy lace-up detailing along each side or down the body. Find here some key items of the Hunkemoller collection via Kleding.nl the online fashion finder!kleding.nl-irene-van-guin-hunkemoller-silvie-meis-zwart-oneshoulder-bikini-Kledingnlbeachlife1. Sporty Chic

Who knew that bathing suit tops would one day purposely resemble sports bras? One of these could even inspire a non-athletic girl to surf! This super chic trend combines comfort and style and is surprisingly flattering.


2. Sexy straps

Look for the front-panel peek-a-boo details — they’re the best new addition to bikini tops. We’ve already seen this trend especially in sportswear, but it’s becoming more prevalent than ever. The best part about these straps is that they create an eye-catching contrast to the skin. Not to mention that little bits of your bikini bod play peek-a-boo with the sunshine, resulting in coverage where you need it and exposure enough to leave some to the imagination… just wear sunblock to avoid weird tan lines.



 3. Funny prints

Since, Beyonce introduced Watermelon in her song, we can’t deny that this print is all over the place. Even pineapples where trending! This utterly fun and summerly bikini set will definitly make people smile!



 Beachwear trends 2016 

Whether you are planning a beach break or love to laze at the pool, fill your suitcase with this season’s beachwear must-haves. Go for swimsuits or a bikini set, sporty or stylish in a classic. Cover it up with some denim shorts, floral dresses, playsuits or jumpsuits and get holiday ready!


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