The SAHA spring/summer 2013 swimwear collection is filled with spectacular trendy and uber comfy designs. See if any designs raise your interest.
In the restless quest for the perfect 2013 swimsuits we head
over to Columbia once again to see the new SAHA Sunrise to Sunset
swimwear collection. Previous experiences with this year's
collections from labels like Malai and Agua Bendita have
convinced us not to overlook any creations from this region and it
turns out we have plenty of interesting things to see. The new
designs demonstrate a clear knowledge of the latest trends and a
fabulous sense of balance between the defining elements for a
spectacular set of options that make a statement and the sense of
classiness needed for making the right impression every single
With the clear focus on reflecting the moment's hottest trends, it comes as no surprise that the SAHA spring/summer 2013 collection focuses extensively on prints and abstract touches that closely mirror the dominant style perspectives of major retailers. Since there are various needs depending on body types, the label has placed the focus beyond the regular two piece bikini and opted for a multitude of spectacular styles. From relatively modest styles like one piece swimsuits to fab bandeau styles, fab halter tops or monokinis, the selection is definitely generous.
A gorgeous bathing suit that emphasizes your best features while downplaying elements you'd rather not bring into the spotlight is without the slightest shadow of doubt the main area of focus that can instantly help you steal the spotlight. Nonetheless, this time an intensive step is not the only one that matters when it comes to being the center of attention. A few simple accessories can make a world of difference even though you're only getting ready to lay by the beach.
If you're focused on trends but cannot help but demand a perfectly comfortable swimsuit above everything else with no sacrifices in the style department, chances are you're a true SAHA girl without even realizing it. The label, which has stores and online exposure in over 25 countries has always made comfort a strong focus for each design. After all, without the right degree of comfort it can be extremely difficult to project confidence and feel completely relaxed.
Photo courtesy of SAHA Swimwear