1. The Grace cover-up by Moeva £227 | 2. Very Resort High neck bikini £18 top £12 bottoms | 3. Lisa Maree Elevated Landing Bikini £98 | 4. ASOS Ombre Fringed Triangle Bikini Top | 5. Beach Cafe African Odyssey Bikini £163 | 6. Love Naja Faye Racerback One-Piece $95
I’m always torn with swimwear each summer, do I invest in an expensive piece – hoping it will stay in fashion? or do I go for the cheap and chearfull high street and keep up with the new trends? I’ve never been confident in a bikini, so I always lean towards the expensive option, in hope that paying more, I will instantly become that super toned skinny model in the pictures. Sadly it never comes true.
Dispite this, I still have a few pieces from both ends of the spectrum I’ve had my eye on this spring in anticipation of my summer holiday. Hopefully putting this post out there and having a few opinions from you guys will help me decide on what to add into my online basket.
Rosie Fortescue (Made in Chelsea star) rocking the Elevated Landing bikini (top) and the African Odyssey Bikini.
I was inspired to put together this post by Naja, a luxury lingerie brand that is changing the lives of women through their Underwear for Hope program. Check out their full collection of bras, panties and eco-friendly bikinis if you like the Faye Racerback shown above!