style + my one piece obsession

I didn't start wearing bikinis until I was a sophomore in high school. Before then, it was a whole lotta one pieces. And trust me, fifteen years of one pieces makes you not want to see another one ever again.

However........

The obsession is real. Like in the past two and a half months. Basically since the Bae Watch phenomenon of Cancun 2016. I've never had so much fun in an article of clothing. 

My eyes have been (re)opened to the world of ~fun n flirty~ swimwear, so take note ladies; sometimes covering up more on the beach is so, so worth it. 

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Today is the day I leave for posties, and my stars and stripes and palm print one pieces are anxiously awaiting their use. While I do love a good basic, solid color suit, I've found the more outrageous (not inappropriate), the better.

I once saw a one-piece that looked like a shark had taken bites out of it. That's hella funny.

Too many girls at my school wear suits that would be better off requiring an instruction manual for how to put it on. If your swimsuit rivals bondage, take a step back.

Anything by Private Party is fair game. Sayings on their suits include "Bae Watch" (duh), "Beach Better Have My Sunny," "Cake Cake Cake," "Fuego," "IDFWU," "Or Nah," and "Spicy Margarita" LIKE ARE YOU KIDDING ME I'm dying. I might be one of the few that finds these suits hilarious. I pride myself on my sense of humor.

Show Me Your Mumu has great topical print options. Blue Life is sassy and super pretty, and basically you can find anything under the sun at Revolve.

I prefer wearing one pieces to parties or fun little shindigs rather than just tanning. Gotta check those tanlines.

I hope my enthusiasm for one pieces has translated well. Now go order one of your own.

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