Flexible Fashion on the Water
Photos by Carli Wentworth
Do poolside thoughts have you dreaming of the perfect outfit? Whether you prefer a bikini or a little more coverage, these looks will have all eyes on you.
Option 1: Channel the ’60s with a polka dot bikini and sheer lace dress. Look for accessories to add a pop of color like a brightly colored hat or a scarf to bring warmth to your look.
( pictured above ) Kate Spade swim top and bottoms and Ted Baker sandals from Von Maur at Quail Springs Mall in OKC // White lace dress by For Love & Lemons and Hat Attack orange hat from The Factory in OKC // Ettwa Multi Wayfarer sunglasses and mixed metal chandelier earrings from Anthropologie at Classen Curve in OKC.
Option 2: Throw a denim shirt and slashed boyfriend shorts over your suit to hit the boardwalk in style. Jump start this look with a colorful hat and simple jewelry.
Boyfriend shorts and denim shirt by Acquaverde from The Factory // Polka dot rancher hat, bucket bag, teardrop hoops and leaf bracelet set from Anthropologie at Classen Curve
Option 3: A jumpsuit is ideal for quick-change situations and gives the perfect amount of coverage with maximum impact. After a day on the water, layer it over a great tankini, slip on a pair of beautiful sandals and you’re ready for a trip into town.
Jumpsuit by Velvet & Graham, braided belt, necklace and Lucite bangle set from Anthropologie at Classen Curve // Gold jeweled sandals from Nine West at Penn Square Mall in OKC // Sperry swim top and bottoms from Von Maur at Quail Springs // Sunglasses by Tom Ford from The Factory.