Profiles on Hot Selections from Selected Retailers

Are you prepared for the White Party? Even if you are, you may not be prepared for winter beach season (isn’t it great that there is such a thing in our beautiful state?) or the upcoming Caribbean cruises. There are many retailers that have ties to Miami Beach that are offering some cute new designs in underwear, swimwear, and other clothing. Let me tell you a bit about the latest offerings from three retailers. You can buy from all of them online if you will be a no-show at White Party.

swimwear-miamibeach_studioWStudio W

Studio W is well-known for its sexy swimsuits, which range from briefs to sport-cuts and swim trunks. The SW Brief in lime green and black ($44.99) has a very snug fit in the rear and a good fit in the front, but there’s enough room for air and movement. This brief features a white drawstring. The SW Sport cut in red and white ($44.99) has a classic design that’s modified for 2015. On the side, there is a small slit that imitates athletic shorts, but a brief fabric covers up a little bit of skin. (Extra flirty!) The SW Trunk in light blue and white ($44.99) is cutely-designed, with a white waistband, white bands on the inner thighs, and white stripes up the side, making for a very sleek and sexy look. (studiowswimwear.com, 1200 Ocean Dr., Suite 103)

swimwear-miamibeach_creativemaleCreative Male

Creative Male offers lots of selections in outerwear, swimwear and underwear. If you want shorts that you can wear to the beach and then out at a bar or club later on, try the Bully Wear gym short ($48). Featuring a longer hem (low-to-mid thigh), these shorts are lightweight and feature side stripes and holes on the waistband to wick away sweat from the body. Useful for Florida! Available in black and red. As far as swimwear is concerned, you absolutely can’t be ready for White Party without the Battysta Anchors Away! brief, in navy blue with white stripes and anchors on the front and back ($48). It is made in Colombia and is made up of five-sixths polyester and one-sixth spandex. Comes in sizes small to large. Blue Collar is one popular underwear brand sold at Creative Male, and they have a City Slicker trunk available that’s sure to please everyone ($27). This swim trunk is made from a microfiber fabric which is sure to hug all of your body’s curves. It features a red and white city scene print on the trunk, with mesh on the sides. (creativemale.com, 3227 NE 2nd Ave., Miami)

swimwear-miamibeach_ruffskinRufskin

Two of Rufskin’s cutest new swimwear designs are the Pluton ($56) and the Swiecki ($48). The Pluton is a new spin on the classic athletic shorts of the ’70s and ’80s, but they’re cut even higher to give off a little bit of mystique without giving everything away for free. The suit is made of nylon and the high-cut sides offer great air flow and allow for the highest range of movement possible while still being cutely clothed. The Swiecki is a traditional brief-cut swimsuit which comes in a passionate red with white accents. Made of 80% nylon and 20% spandex, this traditional bathing suit is probably the most comfortable thing you’ll wear all winter, and the most sexy too!

In underwear, Rufskin’s top sellers are the Huron ($31) and the Elton ($29). The Huron comes in four different colors, such as white and Navy, and is made from a blend of 95% cotton and 5% spandex. The double pouch in front guarantees the best support possible. Hand-knitted, the seams are placed near the back to accent your very cute tush! The Elton is for those of us who love a good bikini brief. This underwear selection is made of 95% rayon and 5% spandex, which means you’ve probably never worn underpants that have made you feel so free. Comes in red, white and teal. (rufskin.com) 

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Mike Halterman
Mike Halterman has been the editor of Hotspots Central since its launch in July 2016. He joined the Hotspots Media Group family as editor of Hotspots' South Florida magazine in June 2013. A former "40 Under 40" honoree in The Advocate magazine, Mike lives in the Tampa Bay area.