Nicolita’s 2012 Swimwear Trends!

The diverse tropical style of Cuba was the inspiration for the the 2012 Nicolita Collection. The vibrant colored buildings in the streets of Habana Vieja, the amazing teal colored ocean off the shores of Cienfuegos, and the rich history of Trinidad set the stage for this year’s 2012 Collection.

This season we are offering all new Tropical Solids Collections, five new No-Pinch Fit bottom styles, and five new Tropical Solids Colors: Mango Orange, Sol Yellow, Palm Kelly Green, Mar Teal, and Orchid Violet. Nicolita brings the tropical flavor and vintage style of Cuba so everyone can feel El Sabor Tropical!

This year Nicolita’s top 3 trends have been presented on the runway from Miami to LA.

Trend 1:

Nicolita’s 1st trend are her Rumba Ruffles! They are fun to play with and look great on all shapes because of its plunging neck and the feminine ruffles!

Trend 2:

Her next trend is the Nautical style! It’s wonderful because the bottoms are adjustable to either be high or low waisted. These styles are great for pear shaped and hour glass figures.

 

Trend 3:

Her last trend is definitely channeled from her Cuban roots with her Tropical Colors! You will see them all over Cuba, from the streets to nature, it can’t be missed. There are many colors to choose from, and they look great and vibrant on everyone!

 

 

 

Nicolita has a signature Cuban-Style Bottom that is designed for the Latina curves!

They are manufactured with sandwiched elastic around the waist in between the fabric and by doing this, it eliminates the digging into the hips. She has also created a unique design to contour the swimsuit to your curves. This creates a heart-shaped backside that flatters different body styles. The Cuban-Style bottoms also feature more coverage on the hips; anywhere from minimal, moderate, and full cut bottoms.

Take a piece of Cuba with you next time you take a dip in the water, Nicolita will be your next best friend!

 

 

 

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