Musotica’s Crochet Swimwear Continues Summer Ascent with Real Housewives Star Marysol Patton Sighting on Miami Beach. July 22, 2012 00:08
And that’s good news for Hollywood stylist Sarah Wallner, creator of www.Musotica.com, who is credited by many fashion industry experts as having almost single handedly rescued crochet fashions from a seventies trash heap when Marie Claire featured her classically inspired, yet versatile crochet collection in a 2011 special magazine insert.
“When you have English websites like dailymail.co.uk publishing multiple pictures of celebrity photos Marysol Patton in our crochet swimwear, you realize just how far the crochet revolution has come since we started selling our first selections online last year, said Wallner, who believes women from all walks of life have the right to dress like celebrities, without having to overpay for Hollywood A-list apparel. “Today’s crochet fashions look amazing in and out of the water, and they can also be worn as cover-ups with jeans, dresses, skirts, shorts – you name it.”
Wallner was especially pleased with one of the captions on the English website that read, “Pretty in pink, Marysol’s swimsuit was such a triumph that it almost didn’t matter.” According to Wallner, they were referring to a somewhat splotchy tan as not mattering, since the suit was so hot.
This is not the first time this summer that the Italian-born crochet fashions have been featured both online and in print. Country artist LeAnn Rimes was also photographed wearing a Musotica.com coral bikini for a June issue of In Touch Magazine.
Walner believes that the heightened attention coming from such superstar celebrities as Leann Rimes, Marysol Patton and many others wearing Musotica.com crochet fashions is fantastic news for women who are bored with the same old, tired beach wear.
“Crochet fashions are perfect for any woman who wants to add a splash of color, sexiness and style to their wardrobe,” she said. “I design my website’s lineup of crochet wear in easy-to-maintain cotton and nylon blends. And as for colors, well… the rainbow is literally the limit. We feature colors from black, white, off white, and mustard yellow to coral, gold, brown, baby blue, baby pink and purple.”