August 28th, 2015
Archive for the ‘STYLE’ Category
Taking the boho-chic look to new lengths, the tie-dye maxi dress trend is sure to keep you floating through sunny days all summer long. With figure-flattering silhouettes and 1960’s Haight St. allure, it’s no surprise that the celeb trend of tie-dye maxi dresses hit the runway running. It’s a mix of featherweight fabrics, wispy straps, and care-free prints that make the tie-dye maxi dress a must-have for summer. We like them kept simple and earthy, maybe paired with some feather accents, a long necklace, or wide cuff. To offset the long style, natural hippy feet look the best. But taking into consideration your recent pedi, a slim, strappy sandal compliments the breezy look just the same. With summer getting close, The Dead on tour, and rumors of a Phish reunion, there’s no better time to get in on the bohemian tie-dye maxi trend. See the latest styles HERE.Thank you for visiting the Swell blog. Visit us on www.facebook.com/swell for more exclusive fan offers, giveaways and more.
She’s got the job, the connections and the killer wardrobe to match. Find out why fashion journalist Samantha Durbin is the go-to girl for all things hot and trendy.
The new Imperial Motion Boardshorts are making waves with a hybrid technology that dug into pop’s closet for inspiration. It’s the Tight & Right waistband: fusing the functionality of the drawstring trunks of the 80’s with the kook-less look of a traditional boardshort. Ever try on a piece of clothing and though, “Wow, this fits juuust right!”? If that gets you stoked, these babies are right up your alley. The magic begins with the drawstring. Unlike with other boardies, it goes all the way through the waistband, allowing you to cinch them any way you want. Just hitting the surf? Tighten up and ride hard. Scarf one too many fish tacos? Let ’em out so your belly can breathe. There’s even a stretchy panel in the fly to ease the transition. IM calls the drawstring approach “Tight & Right.” All we know is, it works… so duck diving under heavy sets won’t result in an upper-cheek sunburn. Check out new Imperial Motion boardshorts at Swell.