The temperature is soaring, the ocean is endlessly tempting and your summer beach body is as ready as it’ll ever be. It’s time for new ‘kinis!
If you’re one of those sensible gals who isn’t keen to drop upwards of $300 on a new pair of togs, it’s time to listen up.
Firstly, good for you. Saving is hard and we respect your financially wise decision. Secondly, what if we told you that as of today you could get your hands on a pair of Australian designer swimwear for UNDER $100? Now that’d be hard to resist.
Sydney based designer Ruth Hurley has just changed the game with her new range of RH Swimwear. With a brand-new collection, RH swimwear has made the perfect bikini affordable, with all bottoms priced at $39, and tops at just $49.
We’re talking lust-worthy prints oozing Santorini vibes in flattering cuts that show off just the right amount of booty.
From terracotta stripes to muted leopard print, the patterned separates run alongside a neutral range of crisp white, bold blacks and that “perfect summer neutral”. RH Swimwear has made the elusive mix and match trend easier than ever to nail – and we are 100% here for it.
RH Swimwear is all about perfecting those swimwear basics, thanks to Ruth’s practical philosophy.
“I have a few fundamentals that I like to come back to when assessing each design – is it wearable? Is it flattering? Will it give you crazy tan lines? Our styles are designed to be lived in and enjoyed, we want them to be easy to wear, yet unique”, she said.
With the stupidly beautiful Linda Kirkwood spearheading this new collection, it’s Australian summer through and through.
Originally from England, we really can’t blame Ruth for falling in love with the Australian summer enough to make swimwear designed especially for it.
“I just love the lifestyle that good weather brings. That really was the reason for moving to Australia. A simple day at the beach, BBQ with friends or just a walk with the dog along the coastline is so enjoyable in the sunshine,” she said.
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