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Apr 16, 2010
Trend Spotting: Deep-V Plunging One-Piece Necklines

Recently, we have been noticing a hot new trend in one-piece swimsuits all over the designer swimwear world: deep, V-cut, plunging necklines to sexy and dizzying heights! Virtually every designer has one in their collection this season and they are showing how deep V-necklines can really amp up the sexiness level of one-piece swimsuits. But beware: not to be confused with monokinis, which have the sides cut-out, these are glamorous full-blown one-pieces with plunging necklines. They turn out to be much sexier and sophisticated than a lot of monokinis, in our opinion! Here are a few examples:

Plunge Neckline One-Piece Swimwear
Isabeli Fontana and Carol Trentini with plunging necklines for Rolling Stone magazine and Irina Shayk for Beach Bunny.

Plunge Neckline One-Piece Swimwear
Doutzen Kroes in a Despi plunging one-piece and the chic Liz suit in leopard print by Paola Robba for Poko Pano.
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