The Super Bowl 2013 Elegant in Black

Beyonce danced her heart out at the 2013 Super Bowl dressed in a black, sexy, costume by Rubin Singer.  Her energy is always impeccable.  She gave her best of bests and took on the stage like the Pretty Young Thing that she is.

 

Black is very sexy and elegant.  It’s the color that slims and sculpts.  Going with designer swimwear in this hue will make you crazy in love as you look at the way it highlights your best assets.  Pretty Young Thing happens to be a black two piece with some awesome details: a large braided gold mesh detail in both the top and the bottoms.  If you want more of a one-piece look (just like the Queen Bee at the Superbowl) you can go for London to Ibiza.  This look will take your luxury swimwear to the next level. Every woman needs that allure of black in their closet.

 

Black designer swimwear has the same power of seduction that lingerie has.  It’s both mysterious and tantalizing.  Remember how the ladies loved Antonio Banderas in The Mask of Zorro?  Well, black just has that effect.  Black used to be a color known to populate the closets of nobility.  It reflects luxury and simplicity at the same time.  Black is really one of the building blocks of couture.

Superbowl performance

Luxury swimwear, in black, can also benefit by having that added flair of mixing it with white.  It can be dressed up by wearing fancy espadrilles or dressed down by picking some low key sandals at the beach.  You can see, from the striped shirt that Beyonce is wearing, that black and white is a possibility.  While you don’t want to have the Footlocker look, you can mix a solid top with black or a solid bottom with a white top. The interchange possibilities are there.

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