Bendito Napoleon by Agua Bendita

With all the grunge chic looks popping up on the runway and the red carpet, we can’t help but notice the black Swimwear that are debuting out of the swimwear 2010 collections. Now that black has officially become well, the new black, swimwear designers are reinventing this classic color and incorporating edgy styles into the trend. We all know that black will never go out of style, after all its the all time, effortless chic color, and this applies to swimwear as well.

We love the idea of a two piece and a one piece blended together to create a very versatile silhouette. Is is a one piece, is it a two piece? We don’t know about you, but we love to keep people guessing, and monokinis are just about that mystery, showing some skin and covering other parts to create a sexy and playful style. Nothing better than the Agua Bendita Swimwear line to create this look. So young and flirty, and cool. A parade of paisleys, colorful and unique prints and bold colors mixed with plunging necklines and empire waist styles… who can resist? This brand is an expert in exceeding expectations when it comes to hand made details and embroidery, creating one of a kind pieces. Let’s face it, no one wants to be part of the crowd, we love to stand out! With these pieces, you will most certainly be the center of attention. A good option when looking at rocker chic is the Bendito Napoleon by Agua Bendita Swimwear.

Monokini converts into a two-piece halter or bandeau

This edgy monokini features the black tones with white stitch trim and a laser cut detail at center. Best part about this piece is that the torso line at the front is detachable, thus converting the item into a two piece swimsuit! The swimsuit top is also convertible can be worn various ways: keyhole bandeau, cross v-neck, regular v-neck or halter top! The rear cut has cinch detail at center so your bum’s profile is enhanced if you will. This swimsuit is so versatile it was selected as the chic pick of the week by our buyers. As delicious as a Napoleon French dessert, strong as Mr Bonaparte, and sexy as only these designers can. The name is a tell.

Ana Lopez

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