SwimSpot Santa Barabra
Wield your power over tan-line designs with today's side deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of swim and beach apparel from SwimSpot. The online swimmy-suit source has been featured in many publications, including Lucky magazine and Blush.
Contrary to the Cathy comic strip, shopping for swimsuits can be fun and totally "ACK!" free. SwimSpot's clean, user-friendly interface makes it easy to surf for high-end luxury and fashion-forward swimwear, featuring aquatic apparel from popular designers including St. John, LUXE by Lisa Vogel, Ella Moss Isla, Splendid, Guess, Athena, Next, Hurley, Tommy Hilfiger, and Reef. Add funky flair to your summer wardrobe with a vibrant print Monet Cut Out One Piece Swimsuit by Ella Moss ($125), or cleverly conceal your beach bod with a floral Lolita cover-up dress by Guess ($79). For one-of-a-kind sunbathing garb, use SwimSpot's bikini builder to mix and match plain and printed separates from Hurley, Reef, Next, Athena, and Tommy Hilfiger. A customized suit will instill you with confidence, making up for being the last one chosen for the mancala team.
Like a carefully sifted bucket of beach sand, SwimSpot's impressive selection of swimwear begs you to bury yourself in the finest summer granules. It also gives you something stylish to wear as you wash off, an act purported to reside next to heavenliness. Go to SwimSpot's website to shop and place an order, and your warm-weather goodies will be shipped free of charge.
SwimSpot has been featured in Lucky magazine and on Blush's blog as well as About.com's Teen Fashion Blog. The site has more than 6,800 Facebook fans:
- But unlike a traditional e-tailer, this site has a feature called the Bikini Builder… where you can mix-and-match bikini tops and bottoms like a virtual paper doll. If anything, I just like playing with it to make crazy mis-matched combinations! – Stephanie Prommer, About.com