Best Bathing Suits From Miami Swim Week Sunday

Sunday was the final day of runway shows for Miami Swim Week. Swimwear trends and elaborate productions took over both the Funkshion tent and the W Hotel, as designers made sure that their collections and pieces were seen as unique and memorable.

Some used their pieces to take the audience to the French Riviera with Brigitte Bardot; to a Sunny Paradise full of balloons and popsicles; and to a famous nightclub and lounge in Miami Beach. 

The last day of Miami Swim Week was full of excitement, and these are 9 of our favorite looks from the July 17 shows.

We watched:

  • For love and Lemons
  • Baes & Bikinis
  • Maaji
  • Mint Swim

 

 


Photo by Simon Soong for Funkshion

Show: For Love and Lemons
Style: The nude bikini
Why we love it:  We all need a nude swimsuit, and this one meets all the criterias of what a unique yet simple piece entails. Nude is the fundamental of simplicity and minimalism, but this swimsuit is so beautifully cut and so delicately detailed, that the simplicity remains, but the cool and edgy side stands out. The tied strings add a cute touch.

 


Photo by Simon Soong for Funkshion

Show: For Love and Lemons
Style: Black lace bustier-style one-piece
Why we love it: Given that the theme of the show was inspired by a French Riviera and 1960’s Brigitte Bardot, lace was huge within the pieces, and this one was one of the most captivating, because of the merge of two different patterned-laces and the hour-glass shape of the mid section. It looks so delicate. 


Photo by Simon Soong for Funkshion

Show: For Love and Lemons
Style: Lace and strap bikini
Why we love it: It’s such a cool combo between a monotone, neutral-colored bikini and lace. The lace is, of course, the key touch here, otherwise the suit would just be a cute, thick, multi-strap bikini with a high-waisted bottom, and not as captivating as it is with the extra detailing given by the lace.


Photo by Patricia Segovia

Show: Baes and Bikinis
Style: White one-piece with crochet detailing
Why we love it: It’s a cool take on a black and white swimsuit. It’s cool how the designer took a regular one-piece and added sewn in details on the edge of the fabric. But the best part is obviously the crocheted circle in the middle of the suit, also white but with minimal black details.


Photo by Patricia Segovia

Show: Baes and Bikinis
Style: Brown crocheted bikini top and basic side-tie bottoms
Why we love it: This wouldn’t be cute if it wasn’t for the cut of the top and the color. This is a great example of a bronze-colored swimwuit that could easily be worn with jeans. 


Photo by Simon Soong for Funkshion

Show: Maaji
Style: Men’s patterned swim trunks
Why we love it: Because men deserve to have stylish swimwear, too! Maaji presented wonderful pieces for any man of any age to wear and look cool and hip. The patterns are fun, the colors are vibrant and we are loving this light tangerine colored piece with purple palm tree print.

 


Photo by Simon Soong for Funkshion

Show: Maaji
Style: Floral and palm tree patched bikini.
Why we love it: Because the contrast of the patterns is EVERYTHING! The pale pink with purple palm trees is fun and girly and contrasted with a floral-print fabric that includes blue, orange and yellow hues it’s perfectly appropriate for Miami, or for anyone who wants a really adorable swimsuit.

 


Photo by Simon Soong for Funkshion

Show: Maaji
Style: Ruffle bikini top with side multi-strap bikini
Why we love it: It screams out flirty! The top ties at the front joining both sides into one full ruffle, making a beautiful and must-have pastel-toned print bikini.

 


Photo by Patricia Segovia

Show: Mint Swim
Style: Neon blue, deep-V, one-piece
Why we love it: Because neons are always in at the beach and Draya Michelle’s collection showcased a wide variation of them. This suit was the perfect balance between vibrant and stylish, mixing a neon blue fabric with a more basic one-piece cut and adding the small detailing of the tie around the waist.

 

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