2016 Mens Swimming Fashion

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New Navy Blue Swim Trunks

We love this style as it is navy blue, stripy and sexy! 2016 fashion is going back to stripy style. In Fashion London week, lots of models demonstrated that stripy cloth can stand out. Try this one this year for your summer holiday or just going to your local swiming pool.

 It's British culture that is at the heart of Unique's designs and that's what the team have tried to capture with this design. 

Sportswear, stripes, pretty prom dresses and abstract prints may be a random mix of trends but they all combine to create a seriously stylish summer wardrobe. 

Many guys want to express their style with more than just solid colors, but they worry about bold patterns seeming a little over the top. With such a dilemma, stripes are the perfect solution. As popular as ever, stripes serve as a good compromise by staying conservative while allowing their wearer to separate himself from the masses clad in solid white or blue trunks. 

Turning our attention to the designer collections from the various SS13 global fashion weeks, we start at the more sober, traditional end of the stripe spectrum. Collections by Gucci and Diesel Black Gold both featured classic pinstripe suiting in orthodox black and grey hues, which came in sleek, well-tailored styles.

The pinstripe tailoring from Gucci was particularly striking as a vivid red pinstripe was applied to traditional black 3-piece suits. Diesel Black Gold also showed support for the popular bomber jacket trend with silk bombers featuring subtle monotone stripe patterns.
Similarly, Salvatore Ferragamo, although not prolific in their use of stripes, included a selection of striped pieces in bold colours – the tangerine striped knitwear and multi-tone double-breasted tailoring in vivid lilacs and purples were particular highlights

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