If We Were Bikini Girls

We're not really bikini girls and favor retro-styled one pieces, but that's not to say we don't love a good two-piece. Check out our selection of bikinis, both retro influenced and modern, then sound off in the comments about what you look for in a swimwear.Top: cherry print retro bikini with coverup, Pin-Up Girl Clothing $80
pink ruffle bikini, Betsey Johnson "Layer Cake" at Macy's $100 & $78
gingham halter and skirt, Juicy Couture $85 & $95
Middle: navy and pink tie bandeau bikini, Bluefly $99
purple butterfly one-shoulder top with retro bottom, Victoria's Secret $78 & $52
nautical stripe with yellow trim, Mod Cloth $49.99 & $69.99
Bottom: pink and blue stripe bikini, Target $29.98
purple abstract floral bikini, ABS at Nordstrom $76
butterfly print bandeau bikini, Bluefly $90.10

Comments

fashion geek said…
nice post :)
when i´m out in the sea I like to be nautical and hot ofcourse ;)
xoxo fashion geek
rachel said…
I'm a big fan of the tankini. Modesty that accommodates my uber long torso. I really like the bandeau style tankinis, but most of the ones that I saw in stores this season were more of the triangle top style which shows just too much of me for my taste.
Meg said…
I, also, am a fan of the tankini. They tend to fit me well and show off what I want to show off while hiding what I don't want to show off:)
Eric said…
I really like these bikinis. Very cute. I love the ruffles!

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