Cupshe the celebrity-loved swimwear brand is launching its new collection just in time for summer. The summer collection comes at the perfect time when everything is opening up again and we can finally show off our bods and swimsuits at pool parties and beach days again.
The celeb loved brand is launching their new collection called Summer Glow Up, the perfect name that represents the styles and colours perfectly. This new collection has 36 new styles and colours to choose from, including sext cutouts and colours like hot pink, light blue and Pantone’s colour of the year very Perri.
Cupshe has built a community around women since 2015, providing confidence, comfort and style. From swimwear to cover-ups, using colours, patterns and fabrics that bring the highest quality to their garments, allows Cupshe to be one of the brands that help empower women, and make them feel confident when wearing their clothing.
Cupshe keeps in mind their designs, making sure that each and every woman is thought about when designing swimwear. With different body shapes and sizes in mind, one piece to the next will always be something that can make any and all women feel beautiful and confident in a Cupshe product.
Cupshe knows what they are doing, when it comes to style, design and products, the celebrity-loved brand is worn by Hilary Duff, Olivia Culpo, Eva Longoria, Bella Thorn and many more.
This very feminine one-piece features cutout with looped ties on the side. The flattering effect allows this to be a sure-fire one piece for any and all of your summer outings.
The classic set is perfect for fun and flirty days. The two-piece has a square bralette with drapery shoulders, and the bottoms are a hipster with a classic cut bum coverage.
The floral print makes this a cute one-piece with two o-ring details. With a scoop neckline and alluring backless design, you’ll be looking cute and sexy all at once.
The brand is well made with premium fabrics at a very good price, the collection ranges from $11 to $56 and is available on the Cupshe website.
Article published by HOLR Magazine