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Going Wild: Animal Swimwear

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Going Wild: Animal Swimwear

It goes without saying that we love animals! Even all of the beauty products we feature on Healthy Smart Living are cruelty-free. So it should come as no surprise that we are currently obsessing over one of the summer’s hottest trends, animal-printed swimwear. From leopard print to snake print, there are so many stylish designs to choose from. Which one is your favorite?

 

River Island Bandeau Swimsuit, $51

Bring some fabulous color into your life with this playful side-tie swimsuit. The green and pink combo is just fabulous in our eyes!

 

Onia Rachel One-Piece, $195

From the artsy print to the spectacular, golden-topaz hue of this one-piece swimsuit, we wouldn’t be surprised if this became a go-to item for you to wear this summer.

 

Solid & Striped Belted Swimsuit, $168

Not only is this a hot leopard print but this design incorporates another major swimsuit trend, a belt! It’s a fantastic way to nip in the waist for gorgeous curves.

 

Amir Slama Python Swimsuit, Was $225, Now $180

The shimmering details on this python suit are incredibly eye-catching and unique. We also love the idea of wearing this off the beach with a great pair of denim cut-offs.

 

South Beach Zebra Bikini Set, $48

The well-thought-out cut of the bikini top and bottom are extremely figure-flattering. We especially love the knotted front of the bikini top that adds a bit of ‘oomph’ to the overall design.

 

Mara Hoffman Bikini Set, $325

High-waisted swimwear is an easy way to tuck in that tummy or to get some extra coverage when you still want to wear a two-piece design. The underwire adds in some extra support as well.

 

Balmain Dragon Bikini, $910

It may be a mythical creature, but we are going to count it as a part of our animal swimwear round up! This sexy halter bikini set is definitely going

 

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Joyce Huang

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