Triangl Famous Velvet Bikini
Everytime I post a blog about Triangl Bikinis I get a lot of readers because I think they want to know my opinion on the style. These ones are gorgeous – the blue is VERY brilliant and looks amazing on, if you’re not a super bright bikini wearer this is probably not for you, but if you are… you’ll love these!
The fit is always amazing, I’m wearing a medium in bottoms and small in the top. The cheeky cut bottom is soo much better (imo) than the full coverage but I guess it’s all dependant on your personal style! I’ve noticed they have now high cut bikini bottoms so I definitely need to get myself a pair of them because those styles/ cuts suit me better than straight across the hips styles like these… I have wide hips! Let me know if you want me to get a pair of those to review.
Ultimately, for the price of bikinis these days… $97 is worth it… I don’t see the fabric or quality of this bikini getting ruined anytime soon and there’s so much good support and it’s super flattering.
Do you prefer hipster or high cut?
Photography by Josh CH
Triangl Bikini | Round Sunglasses (also here)
It’s been a long summer, and I’ve loved it a lot. There’s nothing more relaxing to me than being in the water or by the water on a hot summer’s day. This isn’t a new concept to anyone but I find a lot of difficulty unwinding, chilling out & switching off any other way than this. My brain is hardwired to work work work and without the heat and a big body of water I can’t step away from that.
So I guess that’s why I have such a huge collection of bikinis and what not. I know I’ve mentioned this brand a lot before but it’s definitely one of my go-tos for tanning or lying about in the sun. What am I going to do without summer! <insert crying Kimoji>
Photography by Wes Tan
Triangl Bikini | Puretan Tan Tanning Lotion | Sunday Somewhere Soleil Sunglasses (grey here)
Triangl bikinis, the bikini brand that’s flooded our instagram feeds since 2014. Amirite? But are they worth it? Well, yeah. It’s less than $100 for a bikini top AND bottom AND you get to mix and match your size. You don’t get that option anywhere else! That’s what I love about it. I’m usually forking out at least $80 for a top and at least $50 for a pair of matching bottoms at most other brands.
Their new styles, such as this one featured, as well as some even more recent ones released this week are giving us more cheeky bottoms… which to be very honest is what I’m all about. I hate 100 different tan lines on my butt, so the cheekier the better haha. But if you’d prefer more coverage they definitely have those options too.
This triangle bikini top is by far my fave fit of all the triangl styles, it’s comfy, fits my bust shape, doesn’t slip down as the bandeau sometimes does, and doesn’t give terribly awkward tan lines.
Here I’m wearing a size small in the top and medium in the bottoms because I can’t stand muffin top. So if you’ve ever been interested in a neoprene bikini I’d say Triangl is your go to. My only complaint is that if it’s a particularly hot day the neoprene on your butt isn’t very breathable as much as normal nylon swimmers. Not the end of the world though. Life goes on.
Photography by Scott Lowe
It’s getting easier and easier to get caught up in the media these days, I’ve definitely been a victim to it. It’s easy to judge yourself against the fitness models on instagram, the leggy bloggers or Doutzen or Candice if you follow Victoria’s Secret. I’m not tall nor do I have a six pack because I love chocolate too much but I can confidently say I’m happy with what I have now. At almost 24 years old I can stop comparing my calves, my thighs, my eyes or my boobs to other girls because there’s nothing much you can do about it unless you wanna take extreme measures (which is totally fine too). All I’ve done to make myself happy is work out as much as I want to, eat the healthiest I can be bothered to, let your personality and smile be your best asset and don’t let a boy influence your life choices. Plus a few other life lessons I’ve learnt along the way…
Sexiness is confidence and I think it’s time for babes to take a stand and say that being healthy is the new thin.
In this look I am wearing maxi skirt I designed for The Iconic and Triangl bikini.
Photography by Jocelyn Nguyen
I love this free people dress, I’ve had for a while. They seems to keep bringing it out in new colours, so I guess they’ve found something right and are just rolling with it… it’s so sweet and perfect for the beach.
Matching the bohemian style dress back with this triangl bikini probably isn’t particularly traditional but I don’t mind mixing new textures such as the neoprene & mesh in the bikini back with the voile and lace of the free people dress every so often, it adds dimension and character. Or maybe I’m just making that up because I didn’t have anything else to put with it. Floral head piece from Topshop.
I hope you’ve all had an amazing summer (or winter) so far!
Photography by Jocelyn Nguyen
As I was telling Wes on the weekend – I love shorts and I love dresses, so it makes sense as to why I’m always wearing rompers… they’re really the best of both worlds. I’m also a little be excited when it comes to colour – although I love the styling of Rumi Neely of Fashion Toast and her monochrome only wardrobe I think I’m a big kid at heart and can’t go past 90s tie dye and neons.
Here I’m wearing the I like Wolves Tie Dye Playsuit (don’t worry if your size is sold out they’re re-stocking!) paired with jellies and this neoprene bag I got with my Triangl bikini which I’ve been using as a laptop bag! Double win!
Photography by Wes Tan