Sneak Peek: Moray Swimwear’s Latest Collection Is All Kinds of Sexy
You’re getting warm. Our solution? Strip down and show off.
Photos: Courtesy of Moray Swimwear
ho’s got puns when it’s so hot out there? To everyone who made it through this scorcher of a weekend, we salute you—or we’re shading our faces from the rays, it’s hard to tell. One thing we are sure about, though, is how serious sun protection is, especially on weeks like these when the UV levels are through the roof. And nothing’s sexier than protecting yourself from skin cancer, amirite?
If you don’t believe us, get a gander at these snaps from the Spring/Summer 2017 Moray Swimwear campaign, which are totally hot, in every sense of the word. The fiery models wear stripes of metallic makeup on their cheekbones, a playful nod to ’90s-era Zinka, that sassy but oh-so-serious, colored sunscreen that is synonymous with retro fun in the blazing sun.
The elegant, modern stripes of brilliant pewter and silver makeup complement Moray owner Cydney Chu’s mineral-rich, seasonal suit palette. When we last checked in, she was rocking monochrome swatches and stripped-down, minimal ’kinis in her collection; the new lineup has a landscape-inspired palette of shimmery shades, earthy greens and golds (plus a watercolor, charcoal, banana-leaf print we love).
Cuts get the same sexy treatment, with string tops and ultra-cheeky bottoms, but Chu has added sleek details that make them stand out from your average suit. A high-neck maillot with plaited strings running up the sides has some serious unconventional sex appeal, while a lace-up, long-sleeve number shows a ton of skin in unexpected places. Meanwhile, the two-piece game is also on-point, with barely there string bottoms alongside sportier, stringless iterations, and tops that range from triangle to strappy bandeau to keyhole halter.
The collection drops later this month at morayswimwear.com, so follow the brand’s Instagram for updates. In the meantime? Stay stocked with sunscreen.
We’re starting to warm up to this whole summer thing after all.
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