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Tuesday 6 October 2015

Sarah Hyland: Fringed bikinis rock

Published 27/03/2013

Sarah Hyland
Sarah Hyland

Sarah Hyland has shared her summer style tips which include wearing fringed bikinis if you are a "small busted femme fatale".

The Modern Family actress shared her summer style wisdom while celebrating the launch of her new campaign for American brand Ocean Pacific in New York City.

Sarah hosted a pool party to show off the Spring/Summer 13 collection of beachwear and discussed what items she'll be wearing when the weather heats up.

"Some of my favourite bikinis are super on-trend right now, like a lot of fruit prints like pineapples and watermelons," she explained to Popsugar. "We have these fringed bikinis which are a lot of fun. A lot of people have been wearing them. They are great for small busted femme fatales like me, they add more to the area!"

Sarah became the face of the brand in 2012 alongside actress Ashley Tisdale. She shared more of her warm weather dressing knowledge which she's picked up through the job.

"On the beach you have to feel comfortable in what you're wearing and dress for yourself. Be confident in what you are wearing and dress for your body type," she advised. "If you have long legs flaunt them. Show off what you've got."

As for her finishing touches to a hot beach look this summer, Sarah likes to keep it simple but admitted there is one hairstyle she'll be attempting to rock this year.

"Braids are really trendy and Renaissance-y, but I don't know how to actually do them on myself," she laughed to OK! USA at the event. "[That's my only other styling desire as] I don't really like to dress up a swimsuit other than a cover up because you get tan lines."

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