Tag Archives | swimsuits

What We’re Loving: One-Piece Swimsuits Full of Fierceness

Think one pieces aren't adventurous? This season's swimwear blows that notion out of the water. Read more »

ModCloth + Liberty: Dive Into Our Chicest Suits Yet

This iconic printmaker is the perfect match for ModCloth... and your resort wardrobe! Read more »

Make a Splash: 4 Fab Spring Swimsuit Trends

We've rounded up our four favorite swimsuit styles for the upcoming season! Which one will you rock on the boardwalk? Read more »

We’re Dreaming of July in January

Okay, winter. We're done. Boy, do we wish our bags were packed for a grand getaway right now. Here are some of the ways we're dreaming about July on such a January day. Read more »

We Wanna See Your #1stDayofPool

Temperatures are rising, and a season's worth of picnics, pool parties, and backyard barbecues are upon us! Ready to dive in? Read more »

Swim Fashions and Figures: Then and Now

Dive in and find out which swimsuit styles -- and 'ideal' beach bodies -- made a splash in decades past. Read more »
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Dive Right In: Swimsuit Style Beyond the Pool

Why save your pool-side style for the water when you can show it off in your daily fashion? Combining your fave swimwear with everyday pieces will not only increase your warm-weather wardrobe, but also add extra detail and texture to …

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Cherries on Top: Emerging Swimwear Designer Isha Webb on ModCloth

Isha Webb may have started as a bridal designer, but this San Diego talent clearly has a knack for essential summer gear, too. Read more »
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Vintage Sexism: All Eyes on Suit

When you don a bathing suit, you’re usually getting ready to wade in the ocean or lie in the sun. A bathing suit is the most comfortable way to get poolside, right? In these ads from the 1920s through the …

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Obsolete Fashion: A Brief (and Modest) History of the Bathing Suit

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Images (Left to right): Vicfun.blogspot.com and Fuzzylizzie

With the introduction of railways in the early 1800s, the seaside emerged as a popular destination for vacationers from all classes. Still, modesty ruled the Victorian era, and ladies would wade onto the …

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