Your Must-Have Lily Label Bikini Style this Summer

Your Must-Have Lily Label Bikini Style this Summer
Your Must-Have Lily Label Bikini Style this Summer

If you’re dreaming of summer like we are, get ready to welcome and rock the new season with the Bryony top and Phlox bottoms set, in aqua or lilac, from Lily Label- proudly South African swimwear. This must-have bikini style has recently been added to the Lily Label collection and will soon become your new go-to bikini for those hot girl summer days on the beach or around the pool.

The Bryony bikini top is super retro and quite unique. It has fully adjustable straps, and tie-strings at the back. You can change the style to a halter-neck too. The Phlox bikini bottom is a mid-waist cut, it has minimal coverage and the side strings are adjustable – allowing for a perfect fit. This bikini is flattering, trendy, and a definite MUST-HAVE!

With fabric made in Italy from double layered material made up of 80% recycled Polyamide and 20% Elastane, your swimsuit is piling and ultra-chlorine and sunscreen oil resistant, with UV protection and two-way stretch properties. You are guaranteed a swimsuit that can withstand your summer holiday activities.

Available in size XS, S, M and L from www.lily-label.com.

About Lily Label

Lily Label is a proudly South African and sustainable swimsuit line offering designs that are romantic, artistic, luxurious and feminine- perfect for the modern woman. Each swimsuit is designed for perfection, after months of meticulous planning, in view of the ocean in Cape Town, South Africa. With an acute attention to detail and flawless finishings that offer features such as high shaping power and long-lasting quality. Lily Label offers luxurious swimwear made with the greatest amount of attention to detail and with a variety of designs and colours to choose from. From bikinis, microkinis, bandeaus and one-pieces, you are guaranteed to find a flattering style that shows off your most loved assets.

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