While I do love pancakes, I had to hold back on eating them for awhile so I could feel good about myself in Syrup. I'm not talking about the ooey gooey sweet stuff that you pour over pancakes, I am introducing something even sweeter yet sexy, Syrup Swimwear! When asked by designer Aaron Fust to model for Syrup, I took it on as a challenge to work a little harder on my workouts and diet so I can feel comfortable in a swimsuit. A few years ago I wore his bikini as uniform while working at one of the local popular day clubs. It's been a few years since I walked around publicly in a bikini; therefore, I was honored to model the line when approached by Aaron.
After traveling to the Mediterranean Sea among other European beach fronts including South America, back in 2003, Aaron Fust was inspired by the luxe beach lifestyle abroad. Pool parties and oceanfront clubs was a huge part of the lifestyle while he discovered a similar culture starting to emerge in the U.S. At the request of his female friends, Fust started Syrup in 2005 to meet the new demand of the party-perfect statement swimwear.
The standard of the label is maintained today with nickel and led-free jewelry grade hardware, fine fabrics and trims with a fit that's worked and reworked to perfection. Small batches of the designs are made at a time so the consumer won't ever have to worry about having a piece similar to another at the pool or beach party. Syrup Swimwear is making a name for itself with today's it girls and trendsetters since the line can be found in high-end resorts along the west coast, and available in the Bikini.com shop.
Wanting a word that reflects both feminine and sexy, Aaron Fust says, "Every girl likes the sweetness of Syrup and like every woman, the name Syrup has a little sexy side to it. The Syrup girl has a well-developed sense of style and fashion and appreciates paying for quality and value. She always wants to look her very best in a bikini whether she is going for runway glam or a simple understated look."
On asked which swim trend is his favorite of 2014, Aaron explains, "I think the American consumer is starting to figure out that smaller cuts are slimming. Europe and South America figured out a long time ago that smaller cuts aren't more revealing but are like wearing black. Somehow they create a slimming effect."
Since Aaron Fust described that the Syrup girl has a well developed sense of style and fashion, it makes sense why I've always been a fan of the line since my hard working pool days in the sun. Pool season is here so why not get sweetly drizzled in Syrup Swimwear!
Visit www.syrupswimwear.com to shop!