Gwen Stefani is the ultimate It Girl. From having a ridiculously good designer swimwear body (after having two kids to having a cute hubby and a life we all want. Sigh! But that’s not the only reason to like this fierce power woman. She’s got her career going on since 1986!! Talk about longevity and dedication. Gwen also has that style and grace that embraces the unique and welcomes others to be inspired. This fierce lady doesn’t have to worry about being on the “comeback”! She’s always on the scene!
The fabulous cotton candy gown is just as catchy as her Harajuku girls in Tokyo Japan. The style is vivid but soft and the feminine side is definitely there when it comes to pink. Check out Pretty Young Thing Coral. This collection eludes the essence of luxury swimwear. It’s both sexy and put together. The gold-mesh details, that accessorize the top and bottom, will instantly make eyes gravitate towards the suit.
Pink is definitely a feminine color that can be made versatile as well. If you take the softness of pink and contrast it with other color, think of the possibilities. For example, take a look at the contrast in Gwen’s gown with the black color side by side. The dark colors can be used to mix into your designer swimwear and add an edge to your look. On the same not, you can also mix more softer pastels to keep in tune with a less edgy, more girly look.
The possibility of embracing Coral with other cuts is endless. The essence of bright in this luxury swimwear allows you to incorporate various hues in the spectrum. You could be a girl who doesn’t do “everyday pink” and you’ll still find yourself loving this color. There you go. You don’t have to worry about your swimsuit being out of place. Now you can focus on getting some more golden skin and some poolside drinks.