Designer Swimwear with Geometric Designs

Jolidon Designer Swimwear just keeps on adding new and exciting swimwear designs on their collection almost every month! They do not stop on giving in to their customers craving for delightful eye-candy swimsuit.

Savor the sun with this alternating black and white geometric designs. This push-up top with a thick band for its bikini will make any women look gorgeous on the beach.

With a haltered upper covering, this circle print monokini looks absolutely stunning and a great way to break away from the monotony of bikini.

Circle shaped design with great colors, what a wonderful fabric for a triangle bikini top. The fully lined bikini bottom will give the wearer a secure feeling of beauty and sophistication.

To add glamor, a gold ring attaches one cup to the other. It creates an illusion of sexiness and the aura of elegance.

Designer Monokini Swimsuits

Designer monokinis are always in season, from Milan’s catwalks to New York’s catwalks. More so, even the hottest celebrities are always showing off their unique sense of style in a curvaceous, mind-boggling monokinis!

Let’s be honest, a monokini is definitely not like a two-piece or one-piece swimsuit that you could put on with flip-flops. Designer Monokini is a fashion statement that you present in your own unique way to the outside world, whether it’s at the pool area, beach or maybe even a boat party. It’s rare to see (well actually never really seen) that a monokini would be used for volleyball playing or making sand castles on the beach. A monokini is strictly to show off your beautiful body curves, sense of style and getting the attention you deserve.

The actual definition of a monokini is a woman's one-piece garment comprising only the lower half of a bikini leaving the breasts uncovered. The word monokini is also used for any topless swimsuit, usually any swimwear bottom worn without a top, it’s also known to be called a unikini. Like all swimsuits, the monokini bottom part of the swimsuit can be many different forms. Some have a g-string style rear, while others provide full coverage back. The bottom of the monokini may be high cut, reaching to the waist, or may be a much lower cut, exposing the belly button. In 2000s, the word monokini changed its definition (not literally) to pretty much meaning a two piece bikini “outfit”.

Monokinis itself are very unique, but besides that you can chose different styles, prints, decorative chain pieces, beads or materials that you would enjoy wearing and showing off. You can also choose your designer monokini to have a push up top, halter top, bandeau top, deep plunge, strapless or even have an underwire. In my opinion, people can’t misjudge a monokini, just because there’s so many different types of them out there. Everyone has their own sense of style and whatever you decide to choose is surely going to be a unique piece and will be able to stand out for it’s different types of reasons. Honestly, I think that one of the best qualities a monokini has is that most of them show off your curves or basically have open sides and hide the belly. There’s nothing better than being able to look sexy and not worry about trying to cover up those extra few pounds that all us women are uncomfortable with showing.

In my conclusion, all you need is your choice of a designer monokini swimsuit, show off your sexy confidence, and be the sun goddess you are! Don’t forget, just because you can’t afford to buy 100’s of different designer monokinis, you can't accessorize yourself with wrist bangles, huge sunglasses, a big hat, some high heels and with those things, your monokini will never look the same!

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