STYLE: Swimwear that won’t break the bank (but will make you feel like a million dollars)

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WITH holiday season fast approaching, one of the things you may be looking to purchase in the forthcoming weeks, is new swimwear.

Now, I don’t know about you, but as I much as I love pretty things and fabulous fashion, I’ll be damned if I’m going to spend a fortune on a bikini or a swimsuit that I’ll probably only wear a couple of times on holiday if I’m lucky. I would much rather spend more of my hard earned cash on something like a new pair of heels (obviously) or on a day trip to a faraway island for example. *Daydreams*

So I have good news for you my friends. We don’t need to spend a fortune to feel priceless semi-naked on our hols this summer. No, no, no.

And we don’t even need to visit the high street. Yep really. If you need a swimsuit or bikini, all you need to do is pop along to your nearest supermarket or go online and combine your weekly food shop with a little bit of holiday shopping for erm…you.

To prove my point, here are five brilliant – and amazingly priced – swimwear pieces that I am LOVING from George this season. And as you’ll tell from the collection, I’m most definitely a bikini girl. (What can I say? One pieces just aren’t my thang, unless I’m visiting my local swimming baths that is.)

 

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From left to right:

1. This glorious paisley number is flattering and cheerful and reminds me of something that a Bond girl might have worn in the 1970s. (With a martini in hand naturally.)

2. You may be on a beach but that doesn’t mean you can’t still do glamour. This metallic snakeskin gold bikini will suit pretty much every skin tone going and is just oh so fabulous.¬†

3. When it comes to bikinis, I always think it’s best to be inspired by glamorous bygone eras. This chic black and white floral two piece is very Hollywood ‘bombshell’-esque. In fact I reckon Marilyn Monroe herself would have been thrilled to wear it.

4. A stylish take on the classic black bikini. Kate Moss herself would be proud.

5. I love this one simply because you can’t beat a bit of gingham. Just team with retro curls and cut off denim shorts. Perfection.

 

So which one’s my favourite? Well, as a lady who likes her glamour, for me it just has to be the metallic snakeskin gold bikini. Seventies-inspired disco glam in a two piece? I mean, I ask you, what’s not to love about that?! And here’s how I’d style it up…

 

Ibiza worthy

Metallic snakeskin bikini / Aztec kimono top / Denim shorts / Necklace/ Gemstone sandals

 

Amazing swimwear that looks great and costs little? By ‘George’ I think we’ve cracked it! ;-)

Which one is your favourite out of the bunch?!

 

With love (and pouts)

Katie

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**Disclaimer – this post was sponsored by George

 

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8 Discussions on
“STYLE: Swimwear that won’t break the bank (but will make you feel like a million dollars)”
  • Oh wow love George’s swimwear, got a Hawaiian style floral bikini there last year and totally looks and feels designer! Gorgeous pics, now when we off to Ibiza? x

    • That’s brilliant to hear! Aren’t they gorgeous? We definitely need a trip to Ibiza…next month? x

  • Gorgeous pieces here, I love the paisley number and will be heading to George asap! I’ve got a swimwear shoot happening soon over on the style blog…nervous but excited! x

    • Isn’t it just! I can’t believe how well priced they are too. Stunning! Thank you Michelle x

  • Well who know I’d LOVE so many bits from Asda. The gold bikini is my favourite too although I wouldn’t wear one myself these days (battle scars!). I also absolutely love the kimono top, and I think I might actually buy it, it’s so easy to wear. Going to their website and having a good old look. Thank you x #streetstylesunday xxx

    • Gorgeous isn’t it and yes I love that kimono top too. Stunning and easy to wear, exactly what you want in summer! Hope you find/ buy something fabulous! x

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