Color is important. Knowing how to wear it is an important skill everyone needs to possess. Swimwear is tricky but once you understand how color and certain design elements work hand-in-hand to achieve the desired results, choosing the right piece for your body type will be as easy as pie. All the way from La Union, photographer Ben Bigalbal and model Ivanna Pacis showcase looks from Cesa that might be the one for you this summer. Click on the photos to view each swimwear.
Black is eternal. Coupled with slimming silhouettes such as high-waisted bottoms or a maillot, there’s no fear of showing your mid-area if you don’t want to. Lacing-up the Salome maillot as much (or as little) as you want has no right or wrong answer.
White highlights areas you want attention drawn to. Ruffles add volume and distract from unwanted characteristics. The Tulum maillot is white-hot and ultra chic, making you the center of attention at the beach. *The Fontane Strappy Maillot is to be released.
While neutral hues are here to stay, wine is slowly making waves as another steady hue in the swim repertoire. Just as the drink makes the body temp rise, this color is a subtle burn in the swim scene.