Making Waves #VerySummerEdit

The season of sun-drenched sojourns and poolside cocktails is in full swing and today’s edit offers a little inspo for the hottest pieces to wear for this been-waiting-for-this-forever time of year. Making Waves is all about having fun with bold prints, colour-popping hues and layered jewels – the more the merrier.

Aztec Print Bikini


A pop of pattern, no strap lines and plenty of curve control – this Aztec-printed piece is my favourite ensemble of this collection. The bandeau cut promises an even tan over your shoulders, while the underwired, molded cups and longline shape promise plenty of support. Pulling the look together, the Aztec bikini bottoms feature a hint of print to the sides for a co-ordinated finish.

Paisley Triangle Bikini Set


This paisley patterned bikini is perfect for showing off your beach body this vacay season. The triangle top features a plunging neckline for a sexy flash of sun-kissed cleavage, while tie-side bottoms lend a flirty finish. Don’t forget the accessories – layered necklaces fall over your chest for a touch of  metallic charm.

Boho Bandeau Bikini Set


Similar to the above but with a bandeau design and a busier print, this piece is the epitome of pretty, with its tie side details to the bottoms and pretty palette of ocean-inspired colours. The bandeau design promises no pesky tan lines ?.

Tile Print Bandeau Jumpsuit


For days in the sun that require a little more coverage than your ‘kini, this tile print bandeau jumpsuit is the perfect piece. The soft, figure-skimming fabric keeps you cool and comfortable, while the cinched waist shows off the slimmest point of your shape for a flattering finish. And the bright blooms – they speak for themselves.

Tie Dye Swimsuit

Cut-out Swimsuit

Baywatch-inspired one-pieces are everything right now – this high neck swimsuit in an ocean-inspired tie-dye is a welcome combo of easy-wearing, comfortable and sophisticated. The plunging cut-out front shows a generous amount of cleavage, for a scene stealing finish!



13th August 2015
Written by Laura Taylor