LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 01/23/13 -- Are you bored of hearing the weather forecast predict rain, flooding and damp skies? Perhaps it's time you booked yourself a well-deserved holiday and got some much needed winter sun. The range of winter sun swimwear at Curvissa is unrivalled in terms of its quality, choice of style and figure flattering fits.
If it's swimsuits you're looking for, Curvissa's collection is sure to impress. This season sees a strong focus on purple tones, from berry to fuchsia, lilac to lavender across a range of one-piece swimsuits including halterneck, ruffle patterned and V-neck swimsuits. As well as purple, a key trend for this season is embellishments, which is certainly reflected in this swimwear collection. You'll find glitter stone detailed prints and gem stone patterns on a selection of swimsuits.
Maybe you'd prefer a two-piece tankini? This option is perfect if you're planning on being a bit active on your winter holiday. Versatile and unrestrictive, Curvissa's range of tankinis are available in a selection of striking, statement prints that are totally on trend - think nautical stripy blues, geometric prints, fabulous florals and tidy monochrome designs.
If you fancy showing off your beach bod then Curvissa's selection of bikinis won't disappoint. The styles are similar to that of the tankini, incorporating statement floral prints and contemporary two-tone geometric patterns in neon colours - it's the trend of the season, so embrace it ladies!
Even if you can't jet off to a far-flung destination in the next month or so, why not treat yourself to a new swimsuit anyway, and get ahead of the style stakes!
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