Ever since I started working for a company that sells swimwear, I have become progressively more and more obsessed with Seafolly. And I think it’s an obsession that is going to be sticking around for a loonnnggg time.
Before I started at my job, I had never heard of Seafolly before as I only ever bought high street swimwear from places like H&M, ASOS and Topshop. Seafolly was a bit out of my price range because while they’re not as expensive as the likes of Melissa Odabash and Heidi Klein, I do consider them quite expensive. Especially when you’re living in a country like England that gets about one hot day a year. If you’re living in Australia where the brand was created then I could totally justify spending more on swimwear because I would have frequent opportunity to wear it. But in the UK I tend to stick to cheaper swimwear because I know I won’t be wearing it that often. Sadly for my bank account, looking at this swimwear every day made me want it so much and I just had to buy some!
These are four Seafolly bikinis I picked up last year and I absolutely love them. The fit of the swimwear is so comfortable and the material is always so soft and lovely, something I don’t think you really get with high street swimwear. I also adore all of the prints of these bikinis, there’s just something so fun and fresh about them.
While they may have set me back a few quid, I definitely think they will last me a few years and I totally think they’re worth the money. I now have my eye set on a few more, I just don’t know if I can justify them when I’m meant to be moving out this year, what do you think? Spend or save?
all bikinis by SEAFOLLY