Swimwear 2011 Revealed & Ruled at the Mercedes Benz Miami Swim Week

Mercedes Benz Miami Swim Week 2010 revealed the beachy looks for summer swimwear 2011. No these swimwear pieces won’t be available until next year – to put the anxious souls at rest. The fashion conscious damsels can start planning for next year!

On display were a vast collection of bikinis, monokinis, one-pieces, rompers, harem pants, flowing sun dresses, breezy caftans and cover-ups. The interesting accessories to add lots of oomph factor to the swimwear included elbow-high chunky bangles & gloves, stovepipe hats, tulle skirts and mod shades. The ramp sizzled all the way with such a walk down.

Beachy Stuff – Great work by swimwear designers

Women’s swimwear designers seem to all ready to make 2011 even more exciting than the current 2010 swimwear.  With bikini designs inspired by international culture and spirit, 2011 is going to be out-and-out global!

Designer swimwear label LuliFama also available at Molly Brown’s showcased suits printed with maps of Caribbean. Other designers indulged in global prints such as snake skin, metallic hardware, abstract prints, lots of ruffles and gold studs.

Benny Rosset, designer of Cia Maritima on offer at Molly Brown’s exhibited a swimwear collection inspired by the vibrant markets of Morocco. Exotic huh?

Poko Pano, the designer swimwear brand had something else to show – the skin. Yes, the collection was as skimpy and tiny as you can imagine. With water-melon printed bottoms and green-white stripes bikini tops, tropical banana flower patterns and bikinis with sequined red hearts, the designs appealed and received a huge applaud.

A lot of great stuff is on for summer 2011 by your favorite women’s swimwear designers. All you can do is wait and wait for good. Until then shop for the amazing 2010 swimwear pieces from Molly Brown’s.

For any questions, info or simply to tell us what you like, send an email at: usorders@mollybrownsswimwear.com

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