Stacy Keibler has become an overnight celebrity due to her high-profile relationship with Hollywood A-Lister, George Clooney. Sadly, the couple has just recently announced their split- but plan on remaining good friends. Stacy is sure to move on quickly, however, and with a body like hers- we could see why! Any Hollywood A-list bachelor would kill to have her on his arm. We’ve put together a few of our favorite beach looks of Stacy’s that are easy to achieve (minus the abs). So pack your designer swimwear and get ready for the beach! We’ve got some great tips for you!
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Magenta and coral shades are universally flattering for virtually any skin tone. This magenta shade looks fantastic on Stacy’s Californian golden tan. What we love about her look? How she manages to dress up a basic triangle bikini with a few added touches. The little bit of hardware at center bust is perfect. Much like it, the Melt Away bikini features just a bit of interest with the teal bamboo at the center bust as well as on the hips. If you’re looking for a bit more glitz, try the Pretty Young Thing bikini in coral. The bikini is simple, but the hardware gives it a bit more sparkle to stand out at the beach.
Bandeau’s are a great style for practicality reasons. They’re nice and supportive if you’re a bit more active in the water and at the beach. Stacy’s bright turquoise bandeau is the perfect shade- similar to Paradise. Also similar to Stacy’s, Paradise has hardware at the center bust and hips. However, the hardware on Paradise is a bit more glam than the hardware on Stacy’s, making it stand out as luxury swimwear.
Who said black has to be basic? Take a tip from Stacy’s beach style and glam up your basic black swimsuit with some added gold hardware. Truly, Madly, Deeply has some added gold hardware at the hips and shoulders, similar to Keiblers, as does Pretty Young Thing.
The last suit we wanted to feature of Keibler’s is a bit of a throwback from her days of fitness with WWF. The swimsuit she’s wearing is a bit over the top, whereas Lost In Love is a similar concept, but more practical. The floral details are less obvious, and the overall style is still feminine and classy.