Wildly seductive swimsuits dominate the Sauvage Luxe 2013 swimsuit collection. See the best alternatives from the label!
Indulging in daydreaming is just one of the reasons we're
constantly browsing the web for the most spectacular 2013 swimsuit
designs. Another reason is that there are a myriad of
amazing options for any budget and many interesting perspectives
that simply invite one to dig a little deeper into the new season
options. The Sauvage Luxe 2013 collection rounds out a variety of
gorgeous swimsuit styles and other cute beachwear options that are
great for making an instant style statement.
The sought after savage allure isn't highlighted only by wild prints and over the top skin baring ensembles, as the 2012 Sauvage collection has also shown. Instead, the options take fab elements from various geographic regions in an attempt to suit the preferences of the most demanding fashionistas out there. Those who have a strong affinity towards exotic print combos will definitely find the Sumatra inspired range an interesting alternative. Halter tops, fab triangle bikinis or colorful one piece bathing suits are some of the great options from the range.
If you prefer indulging in different print styles, the options inspired by Bombay, Bally, Jakarta or Beijing may be a better fit. You can find sexy swimsuit styles that offer both support and pack a significant trendy touch to fabulous cover-ups. On the other hand, monochrome pieces can be the perfect classy alternative if uber conspicuous elements are a bit too much. With interesting textural details and spectacular twists on each design, such options will definitely not fall in the plain category.
Classy and modern or bold and fun? This season, the options are wonderful on either side and the choice is entirely up to you. Since there's still plenty of time left to tone up, the new alternatives can serve as a fabulous motivator to look your best in the hottest days of the year. With so many choices available there's no reason to dread the arrival of the bikini season anymore.
Photo courtesy of Savage Swimwear