SS21 “Pampelonne” Inspirations
This year Moeva pays tribute to the ’60s iconic French Riviera style. Shining light on the retro cuts with textured French patterns enhanced by prominent gold accessories and button details to preserve the marine spirit. Here are 3 major trends for ss21 summer inspired by the glamourous coastline back in the ’60s
French Riviera residents love one-pieces because they are the easiest to wear and often tend to be one of the most flattering styles for all body shapes especially when it’s enhanced by the intense ruching effect. Moeva added major ruching details to wardrobe summer staple piece, making it possible to transform into a mini dress. If in doubt, go for classic black.
Gold Studs & Belts
Add a little unexpected flair to your swimwear in the form of a gold belt or stud and hoop details. The high-waisted styles are firm fixtures on French beaches, whether you like bandeau tops or intriguing one-shoulder styles, Moeva's retro spin on these bikini designs will add extra dazzle to your summer wardrobe. Always keeping the real curves of a woman’s body in mind.
The stretchy crinkled seersucker material made famous in the ’70s by Brigette Bardot and resurrected this season by Moeva's brand new "Pampelonne" collection is undoubtedly one of the most flattering and comfortable fabrics for swimsuits and bikinis. Staple black color features embossed tiny squares while the elegant white fabric bears a subtle gold shimmer.