Magicsuit swimsuit (c/o); AGolde denim shorts; ivory kimono coverup; Sam Edelman sandals; SheIn Pom Pom purse (c/o); White Elephant beach bag; Brixton hat; Karen Walker sunglasses (under $10 version here)
And just like that, the 4th of July is officially one week away. Crazy, crazy, crazytown. Now, I’m not complaining. I love summer just as much as the next bike-riding, beach-going, easy summer dress-wearing gal, but the summer months also bring along the dreaded (for some) swimsuit season.
If you’ve been following along with this blog for a while, then you know I’ve done my fair share of whining about finding swimsuits for busty girls. Bikini tops were never cut large enough, and one-piece suits for the most part were just no-support, not-happening, jokes in my book. Well, gals, I’m happy to report that after years and years of trying ALL of the damn swimsuits, I’ve finally found some tried and true brands that won’t let you (or your girls) down. And Magicsuit is one of those brands.
I first tried out Magicsuit when I brought one of their suits along on this amazing Mexico trip last year. The swimsuit was super supportive with adjustable straps, had a low back that I loved, and was comfortable enough for all-day wear. It quickly became a go-to one-piece suit for me, so this year when I saw the updated version, I was immediately sold. I’m loving the ruching along the front seam, and the palm print is just too cute to pass up.
For me, it’s the perfect kind of suit for a beach day that leads right into lunch, dinner, drinks, or shopping near the beach. Just throw on denim shorts, an easy kimono, and comfy slides to take your swimsuit right into tank top territory. Another favorite of mine? Check out this wide strap tank suit that will never leave those uncomfy red marks on your shoulders (also seen here). And stay tuned for one more Magicsuit making its way to the blog soon.
Hope everyone is having a great week!
Photos thanks to Rachael Dickens
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