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Scottsdale Living Magazine Spring 2012

Retro, Prints and Ruffles: Swimsuits Are Bolder, Brighter Than Ever

All The (Retro) Rage: Ruffles, neon, prints and retro — swimsuits are bolder and brighter than ever


Four trends are going to be huge this summer, and the biggest trend of the season really follows the out with the new and in with the old attitude …  wait … nope, that’s right; we’re going retro.

Ladies, grab a corseted or bandeau top paired with a high-wasted bottom and get your Marilyn Monroe on. Or, unleash your inner girlie-girl with ruffles; nothing says feminine and carefree more than sporting ruffles.

But maybe classic is more your style. If that’s the case, stick with the tried and true — the nautical trend. The blue/red and white stripes give you a crisp, clean appearance that is timeless.

And finally, don’t be afraid of color. Save those neutral hues for fall and winter, and make a statement with bold, neon suits. Plus, the brighter the color, the tanner you’ll look. And if you’re bold enough, opt for prints — floral or animal.


Trend: Print/Retro

Trend: Print/Cut Out

Spring SwimsuitSpring Swimsuits
Becca, Sweet Indulgence
Top: $72, Bottom: $60
Exquisite Swimwear
Luli Fama, Sexy Senorita
One piece cut out: $150
Everything But Water

Trend: Nautical

Spring SwimsuitsSpring Swimsuits
Born with Stripes
Top: $119, Bottom: $110
Beach Bunny Swimwear
We Found Love
Top: $88, Bottom: $87
Beach Bunny Swimwear

Trend: Retro

Spring Swimsuits Spring Swimsuits
Seafolly, Pinup (magenta)
Top: $80, Bottom: $72
Exquisite Swimwear
Kkini, Monroe Bathers Tank
$198
Exquisite Swimwear

Trend: One Piece

Trend: Ruffles

 Spring SwimsuitsSpring Swimsuits
Carmen Marc Valvo, Palm Harbour
One piece bandeau: $139
Everything But Water
Betsy Johnson, French Pastry
Top: $88, Bottom: $86
Everything But Water

Find these swimsuits at:

Beach Bunny Swimwear
15147 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale
(480) 948-1112
beachbunnyswimwear.com

Everything But Water
7014 E. Camelback Rd., #1112, Scottsdale
(480) 941-4623
everythingbutwater.com

Exquisite Swimwear
7000 E. Mayo Blvd., #16-1068, Phoenix
(480) 419-6344
exquisiteswimwear.com

Photos taken at the Hotel Valley Ho’s OH POOL:

6850 E. Main St., Scottsdale
(480) 248-2000
hotelvalleyho.com

Special thanks to Deborah Maddox Agency and make-up artist, Kerri Metcalf.

Scottsdale Living Magazine Spring 2012

Jacqulyn Woodworth

Meet The Models: Jacqulyn Woodworth

Meet the Models spotlights each and every model featured in Scottsdale Living — so you can get to know them better.

Up next on Meet the Models, meet Jacqulyn Woodworth, who sports a beautiful one-piece bandeau, Palm Harbour, by Carmen Marc Valvo in our Spring 2012 issue.

How did you start modeling?

I don’t consider myself a model until it starts paying all my bills and strangers know my name. I went to this modeling thing in Vegas when I was 19; I got a lot of callbacks from agencies like Wilhelmina, NY Models, LA Models, etc., but they all wanted me to lose more inches around my waist. I didn’t get back into it until last year when I signed with City Models in San Francisco. I ended up moving to Phoenix and signing with Deborah Maddox Agency. I have the opportunity to go to L.A. this summer or Milan to model; not sure what I want to do yet, but I feel very blessed.

What type of modeling do you like the most and why?

I’ve only done prints, but I love photo shoots. It’s pretty cool to see what the model and photographer can create.

What is your favorite shoot you’ve done and why?Jacqulyn Woodworth

My favorite shoot was in San Francisco; it was for awareness about how people are affecting the wildlife and their environment. It was an eight-and-a-half-hour day, the wind was blowing on the coast where we were shooting, and I was freezing all day. It was so worth it, though, when I saw the end results.

Do you have an all time favorite modeling photo?

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What advice would you give to someone interested in modeling?

I would advise them to get some pictures taken ― not professionally because agencies want to see the 100 percent real you so they know what they’re working with. Take a headshot, upper body, whole body, and one that shows your personality. Make sure they are the right measurements and email them out to all the biggest agencies in New York and L.A. Most agencies’ websites make it so you can submit your picture and info. on their site.


More photos of Jacqulyn Woodworth:

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