Fashion trends are constantly changing, which is why style magazines maintain blogs and department stores burn piles of old clothing in the parking lot. Look hot with this Groupon.
$40 for $80 Worth of South American Swimwear
Shoppers can mix and match more than 20 different styles of bikini separates—all made in Brazil and Peru—in a range of beachy, flirty patterns such as the gray- and cocoa-striped ruffle top ($40) or the tribal bikini top ($38). The cheeky range of bottoms include rasta-inspired ruffled bottoms ($45) and reversible frilly ruched briefs ($40) that can be flipped from a solid color to a corresponding pattern.
San Lorenzo Bikinis
The Atlantic and Pacific Oceans’ beach scenes are quite different, with one bringing to mind yachting and sailor caps, and the other frolicking under palm trees and sandy shores. But in South America, these differences dissolve into a common love of the flirty beach lifestyle. San Lorenzo Bikinis brings that audacious style to the States, tapping Peru and Brazil’s top designers to craft cheeky, bold beachwear that celebrates life under the sun.
Inside Hawaii’s line of stores, designers dress up mannequins in a mix-and-match assortment of more than 20 bikini styles, each available in a wide range of animal patterns, solid colors, and designs stolen from a mermaid’s trousseau. Taking after the Brazilian style, the shop specializes in cheeky bottoms that show off curves, paired with a choice of tops reminiscent of vintage pinups or outfitted with ultrafeminine ruffles and bows. Designers also string together colorful, striped shells and gems into fashion accessories, allowing sun-worshipper style to extend from the beach to the cubicle.