Look #1: Miraclesuit one-shoulder swimsuit, hat, sarong (c/o); Ray-Ban sunglasses
Look #2: Miraclesuit black swimsuit (c/o); White Elephant beach bag (c/o); Brixton hat; Gorjana bracelets (c/o); Karen Walker sunglasses (affordable version here)
If you’ve been following along on Instagram, you may have noticed a post or two from The Residences at Playa de La Paz. OK, maybe there are more than a couple of posts, and full apologies, they’re not about to stop any time soon. Y’all, it was seriously a dream vacay, and while the full recap is still coming up this week, today I’m sharing a couple of favorite swimsuits from the trip.
Maybe I’ll back things up a bit here. When I first started planning for the trip, it dawned on me that all of my swimsuits (and pretty much anything summery) from previous years were trapped inside a dresser, wrapped up in plastic, and barricaded behind a ton of other furniture in our current home remodel situation. (When we moved into the rental, it was supposed to be for one month, remember? Quietly walking into month four over here…) SOOO, that was a challenge.
I’ve had my eye on Miraclesuit swimsuits for a while now (remember this post from almost a year ago? Peep that number 12.), and for this trip, I finally decided to put them to the test. Well, friends, disappointed I was not. I mean, these suits suck you in, slap you on the behind, and send you off for the day. Maybe not that intense, but it’s the kind of suit that you can easily feel comfortable in all day long, whether you’re a busty gal or not. (I think we all know my busty gal swimsuit struggle around here by now…)
Anywho, I found myself grabbing for these more than once, and if you’re fed up with the swimsuit shopping struggle, I can’t recommend these Miraclesuit swimsuits more. Slip one on and go live your best vacay life, y’all. Hope everyone’s week is off to a great start!
Photos thanks to Michelle Preau
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