PrettyLittleThing to make their debut at Miami Swim Week

PrettyLittleThing launched their Miami Swim collection, made for sun-soaked days and high energy nights. It’s time to add some serious heat to your summer wardrobe with 25 outfits available in sizes 4 to 30, curated to bring you the ultimate hot-girl summer.

Whether you’re opting for a party or chilled-girl summer it’s time to be unapologetically you, as these looks are way too hot to stay in the shade. Add some glam to your poolside style with diamante bikinis, dazzling sarongs, and cut-out beach dresses.

It’s official — bikini season is here! With colour pallets that pop from hot pink to bright blue, and glowing orange. Take over the swim scene in show stopping silhouettes with tassel styles, one-piece wonders and 70’s inspired flared trousers. Feeling bold? Add busy prints to these vibrate head-to-toe fits bringing you the ultimate swimwear uniform, finished off with that sun kissed glow.

From linen feels to stripped back neutral shades style up easy to wear separates perfect for sun-dazed days and balmy nights. Bikinis featuring intricate tie detailing, show some skin swimsuits and sheer knit maxi dresses made for tan lines and sunshine.

PrettyLittleThing will be making their debut at Miami Swim Week on Thursday, July 8 at a star studded event at the Temple House, transporting you to an underwater world where their #EveryBODYinPLT campaign will be heavily championed by 28 models including transgender stars Tokyo Styles, Gia Gunn, pregnant fitness star Bruna Lima, disability activist Anna Sarol, plus model LaTecia Thomas and Australian model and Influencer, Gabby Epstein.

Candice Farrow

Fashion and lifestyle blogger from North East, England.

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