I’m back ya’ll! A little grudgingly and rather stubbornly, but I am back from my week long vacation in the Dominican Republic. Sun, sand, booze, food, and adventure: I swam, I explored, I dined, I tanned- I was definitely in my happy place! If any of you are avid travelers, then you really ought to consider the Dominican for your next trip. The water is so serene, a clear blue turquoise color… and the sand is the softest that my toes have had the pleasure to graze. The culture is lively and vibrant, and there are plenty of activities for those who require their daily dose of adrenaline. I zip-lined in the forest, drove dune buggies in the sand, and kicked back with sea lions, dolphins and sting rays! Clearly, I can rave on and on about this country and this trip– but I mustn’t digress. The topic of my blog today is one piece swimsuits!
I strutted around in some really cute swim suits on this trip, but my favorite suits were the new one pieces I bought this season. I’ve historically always opted for bikinis, but I really had underestimated one pieces. They are classic in swimsuit fashion, ladies were wearing them as early as the 1930’s! Check out the evolution of swimsuits throughout the years on Lulus blog. Personally, my favorite era is the 70’s swim suits because it was when designers started to get a lot more creative!
Just because a swim suit is a “one piece” doesn’t mean that it won’t measure up in sex appeal. Both of my one pieces are living proof! They were revealing in all the right places, but still made me feel comfortable and confident. I came across my suits in a lovely Dallas boutique called Bask Boutique. I immediately fell in love when I walked into the store; there is a great selection of one pieces and the store also has super cute bikinis! But I was determined to find a one piece suit (as they’re really trending this season), so I was ecstatic when I found two that I loved!
The first suit I’m wearing is in a burnt orange color and is roped up and tied on the sides.
The second suit is a jungle green color and ties around the middle.
Be sure to check out all of the beautiful suits at Bask Boutique located at Snider Plaza in Dallas! The boutique also has an online store for those of you non-locals. Happy swimming!