Splash!

I'm a complete girly girl so when it comes to bathing suits, I'm always on the lookout for feminine silhouettes and fabrics. After all, there's no reason to compromise one's style aesthetics when in the water! Here are some of my favorite bathing suits for the summer:

Victoria's Secret Eyelet Bandeau

SIYU Floral Bikini

JCrew Waterlilly Ruffle Bikini

ASOS Seafolly Covent Garden Ruffle Slide Triangle Bikini

Here's to a wet and wild summer!

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  1. That eyelet bandeau is amazing! So feminine and cute! xoxo Marissa

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