Summer has officially kicked in and it’s time to bring out your swimsuits!
While you may not be able to go to the beach for now, it doesn’t mean you cannot be creative at home. Our summer lookbook gives you outfit ideas to match your mood and persona.
#1 The Energetic Work-From-Homer
Working from home has become the new normal for many women. Wearing the same oversized shirt and pajama pants every day can be boring. Here’s an idea to get you motivated: grab your favorite one-piece suit and an oversized blazer. Not only will you look chic working, it will also help boost your psychological state.
#2 The Netflix and Chill Gal
Staying at home also means getting to catch up on numerous series and movies you have missed out on. Maybe you’re watching The Rock’s movie, “Baywatch”, or Adam Sandler’s “Just Go With It,” movies that are almost entirely set on the beach. Why not get some beach vibes? Grab your favorite bikini and a linen button-down. Don’t forget the popcorn!
#3 The Fur Mama
You love your fur baby to pieces. Elevate the times you spend playing with him or her by matching your favorite swimsuit with a pair of comfy shorts. It’s perfect for playing fetch, teaching your pet a new trick, or going out for a quick walk.
#4 The Plantita
While you’re tending the garden, a swimsuit would be great to get a bit of tan and a good dose of Vitamin D. Match a printed suit to denim overalls for your garden girl aesthetic. Even if all your plants are indoors, you should still dress up and have some fun!
#5 The Work(out)aholic
Staying fit and healthy during these times is extremely important, even at home. Do some light exercise during different parts of your day while wearing your favorite one-piece suit and a pair of bike shorts. Whether it is stretching in the middle of work or walking up and down the stairs for a few rounds, burn some calories with style.
Needless to say, the possibilities are endless. Grab your favorite EIKA swimsuit and show us your at-home persona. Let’s have some fun while staying safe for everybody!
Words by Kathleen Luna (@kayelunaaa)