It's National Bikini Day! To highlight the inaugural holiday we're sharing some of our favorite small businesses that happen to make amazing swimwear. Just because your Fourth of July celebrations are over, doesn't mean you have to slow down your bikini game. Take a look at some of our favorite brands and designers, and why we think they're so badass.
Aussie designer Bianca Elouise created Myra Swim with every single body type in mind. From one-sleeved tops to sleek, Brazilian cut bottoms, you can find it all. Then minimalistic designs are part high fashion and part comfort.
If you love bright and colorful swimwear, then Lolli should be on your radar. Female owned and operated, Lolli is full of rainbow and sunshine courtesy of its designer Vy Nguyen. You can buy Little Mermaid-inspired seashell tops, cheeky bow bottoms and so much more.
It's highly likely that Frankies Bikinis have made an appearance on your Instagram feed. Francesca Aiello's mother encouraged her to create custom-made swimwear, and the rest is history. Frankies bikinis first Miami Swim Week debut took place in 2014 and ever since we've seen her pieces on everyone from Gigi Hadid to Kylie Jenner.
Girls On Swim
Sophisticated and minimalistic, Girls On Swim is designed right here at C&C's sunny home of Los Angeles. Brittny Ward and B Kaya Boucetta have an eye for what's unique and what complements a woman's body. Kourtney Kardashian nearly broke the internet this week in the brand's signature Bare Strappy bikini.
Another Australian brand that's killing it is Aexae Swim. You'll feel like your best self when slipping one of the brand's form-flattering pieces. Aexae is loved by celebrities and by its ever-growing Instagram family.
Designed in LA and made in Bali, Naked Swim is one brand to definitely keep your eye on. Designer Akasha Marie has taken the brand from being direct-to-consumer only, to now being shoppable at different Topshop locations and is coming soon to ASOS. It's made with every body type in mind and features a range of figures in all of its campaigns.
Super influencers Natasha Oakley and Devin Brugman created Monday Swimwear after their blog, A Bikini A Day, took off. Both women have kept their huge female audience in mind when designing everything from high-cut one pieces to tops that fit any bust size. The brand just debuted a beautiful campaign and extended sizing so that everyone can enjoy Monday.
Swimsuits for All
Swimsuits for All lives up to its name. With collaborations with Ashley Graham and Gabi Fresh, the brand thrives in catering to all women and making them feel their best while wearing swimwear. Swimsuits for All removes the intimidation that comes from shopping for bikinis, and makes you excited to finally make that purchase.
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