South America has been a leader in swimwear fashion for years creating sexy styles that aren’t afraid to show off a woman’s bodacious curves and luscious shape!

Colombia is gaining ground and world recognition with fun girly styles, intricate detail, with exceptional quality and high flying fashion. Many Colombian designers offer traditional cut bottoms with moderate to full coverage but also Latin cut bottoms that are similar to a classic Brazilian bottom with less than moderate coverage and can often be ordered to suit your taste and comfort level.

Agua Bendita is an amazing line created by two sisters who have an uncanny ability to create unique styles using multiple patterns, lace, beading, and accents with an immense sense of style all there own! Pictured here is the “Donut” which has been one of these seasons’ biggest sellers.

Triangle top ties at neck and back. Embroidered strips along triangle and waistline add fun and texture to this colorful set. Bottom has adjustable side ties for an adjustable fit. Latin cut bikini bottom provides moderate coverage.

Maaji is another example and the exciting new lines coming out of Colombia that layers multiple fabrics, patterns, and accents to create unique fun flirty swimwear fashion. Many of these suits are reversible and come in moderate and less than moderate cut bottoms. Pictured here is the Ruffles Juniperus with  bandeau bikini top and hipster bikini bottom.

This top comes with removable bra straps. Has way cute paisley ruffle detail and covered bottoms in the front. It ties it the back. The bottom is a mix of paisley and geometric prints and offers moderate Brazilian cut coverage.

Onda de Mar is probably the most popular and well known Colombian designer and manufacturer with boutiques around the world and featured in most every major fashion and celebrity magazine on the planet. Elegant styles, beautiful fabrics, and classic designs make this a favorite to any discerning swimwear fashionista. They offer a multitude of designs and styles with moderate cut bottoms and Latin Brazilian style bottoms upon request. Releasing new lines through out each year, for every season and reason. One of their Signature styles is the Ruffle Bandeau featured here, the “Nomad”.

Fun, flirty, and feminine, this exotic print ruffled bikini top is perfect for the lady looking to take a walk on the wild side. Supportive and comfortable soft removable cup inserts make this a fun and flirty choice.

This amazing top is only rivaled by the exotic print ruffled bikini bottom in a moderate cut. Top and bottom sized separately to fit all body types. Available in a Moderate American cut and a less than moderate Latin, Brazilian cut.

SAHA is another outstanding designer swimwear company featured regularly in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition and High fashion and swimwear magazines and boutiques around the world.  Unique and classic styles, rich fabrics and fine detail, offering Halter, String tie, hipster, boy short, and famous one piece designs. Featured here is the Fresh Bright Beaded Hipster Bikini is beautifully made from European fabric, is fully lined, and is adjustable and comfortable.

Bikini bottom features unique beaded detail at the side. Stunning and sexy, designed with the woman with curves in mind. Offers moderate coverage. Sized in sets only.

Which designer is your favorite and why?


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Gia · June 11, 2010 at 10:28 pm

Thanks for this post, this is very good informationon on swimwear companies I reallly like. All these lines are very nice and think Agua Bendita and Maaji are a good choice for younger girls and Onda de Mar and SAHA fit a mature woman better but all are very nice.

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