Sydney’s Hottest Swimsuits


Sydney’s Hottest Swimsuits

Bikini season is approaching, and each season comes with the challenge of pairing the hottest trends with the best shape for your body. If you’re looking for the sexiest shapes and hottest colors of the season, check out the gorgeous ladies of Cover Girl, and get inspired for beach season in Sydney.




Latina cover girl Sophie sports a sexy canary sunshine yellow that beautifully accentuates her tan skin tone. Yellow was a hot color for the spring/summer 2014 season with designers like Christian Siriano, Vera Wang and Ralph Lauren embracing the trend; it also looks stunning against a Sydney sunset. Solid colors like this on this swimsuit bring attention to the playful details of the bikini’s cut. Sophie’s twisted bandeau top features a sweetheart neckline that accentuates her bust; strapless bikinis are a great way to enhance the bust, and in recent years, underwire and better support has made the bikini top accessible for women of all bust sizes. The simple low-cut bottoms of this bikini rest on the hips, drawing attention to the flirty and fun ties on the sides. Minimal coverage draws attention to Sophie’s fit body and makes the most of her feminine curves.




A simple lingerie bikini can look elegant and feminine just like it does on model JoJo. Slim straps like the ones on this bikini are ideal for accentuating thin, toned arms while still providing the additional support of a strap. The demi cup style of the top boosts the bust and flashes some sexy cleavage while the high waist bottoms accentuate curvy hips. Lace adds feminine detail to an already feminine cut. White bikinis can be risky if you get them wet, so it may be best to stick to sunbathing on Sydney beaches in this swimsuit. This bikini comes with a thong bottom that is best for confident women who aren’t afraid to show some skin.





Gold is the perfect tone to accentuate a sexy summer tan, and Allira’s glittering gold bikini is a perfect example of that. The shimmering shade warms up her golden skin tone creating a sizzling glow. A gold bikini looks great with Allira’s blonde hair, but the hue is also beautiful on redheads and brunettes. A splash of sequins boosts the glam factor of this sexy swimsuit, but the look is subtle enough so as not to come off as a costume. Teeny-tiny string bikini bottoms like this are best for women who are confident in their curves, especially with the ultra-low cut of this bottom. Halter tops are a sexy choice for bustier women because they offer maximum support while accentuating cleavage. These tops are also ideal for accentuating smaller shoulders and balancing out the figure.


A Sustainable Approach to Buying and Wearing Fashion

“I love that I’m breathing new life into something that was once discarded. I love being able to step back into time and bring a modern spin to it.” LibrarianChic is not only about looking fabulous and feeling gorgeous it is also about  a sustainable approach to buying and wearing fashion. There has already been enough fashion created and designed to be recycled and renewed. Most people don’t realize that approximately 40Kg of clothing per person in Australia is thrown away every year, which amounts to about 10 percent of all the waste dumped. Waste has been defined as any product or substance that has no further use or value for the person or organisation that owns it. LibrarianChic understands that what may be discarded can have value ….to to be loved and adored forever.
Textile waste in our landfill contributes to the formation of leachate as it decomposes, and has the potential to contaminate groundwater. The decomposition of  beautiful organic fibres and yarn such as wool produces large amounts of ammonia as well as methane. Ammonia is highly toxic when released into our environments. Synthetic fibres can prolong the adverse effects of both leachate and gas production due to the length of time it takes for them to decay. Many waste facilities incinerate textile waste in large quantities, emitting organic substances such as dioxins, heavy metals, acidic gases and dust particles, which are all potentially harmful to both humans and the environment.
LibrarianChic is “timeless, catalogued, fashion”. Timeless meaning that it can sustain seasonal trends which wont cost the earth. Each piece is collected and catalogued according to a genre to help people interpret their own sense of style. We are constantly challenging the perception of fashion where individual garments  often crafted for just one appearance on the catwalk and designers using extravagant materials are prized for their creativity. LibrarianChic ensures the concept of reduce, re-use and recycle will catch on. We encourage people to sell their unworn discarded garments to us, and alternatively offer to buy back garments  from customers once they have served a purpose.