It’s 85 degrees outside, do you know what that means? Summer is approaching!  Summer is the best time of the year because we no longer have to use tinted lotion to keep bronzed. It’s now time to  actually get out and tan in the sun. Whether stateside or internationally the beaches are awaiting our arrival. In order to be properly prepared for summer there are a few items we must have a swimsuit, sandals, and sunnies!


1. Now ladies we have so many options to choose from but the possibilities are endless. For those of us with a little tummy finding a good control-top and high-waist bottom is a good fit. Some of us have a little less up top, and in that case a push up with underwire can work wonders! Let’s not forget the ability to mix patterns or prints with solid colors. Swimsuits for all is a great starting point. They literally have swimsuits for all shapes and sizes.

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2. Make sure to have the basic nude, black, and golds but be sure to live a little. Metallics are in; as are all the neon colors you can possibly imagine! Think 2017 Caribbean Carnival. Walking In Purpose Shoetique has a variety to choose from. Sandals can be flat or have a heel, the point is to look good and remain comfortable. There’s no point in looking good and torturing your feet.FullSizeRender (3

3. Sunnies- Don’t go overboard with buying high- end frames. You can catch a good sale like the one Queens Phasion Studio had a week ago. Get three pair for the price of one! If you are into a vintage look, be sure to check some of your local thrift stores too.

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So now that you’re all set to transition into Summer, grab some SPF and let’s make it a sexy, sultry summer all 2017! See you in the sand.

Clarisa Velazquez

Clarisa Velazquez

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