“Comfortable” is one of the most important things to feel when trying on a new swimsuit, second only to “like a merperson.” Accentuate imaginary fins with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for $100 worth of designer swimwear
- $99 for $200 worth of designer swimwear
The shop’s selection of swimwear includes popular cuts, such as a red-and-white polka-dot tankini ($121), a knotted bandeau bikini ($118), and a pinup-style high-waisted bikini ($134). Inspired by Cuba and the Rumba, they also carry a brightly colored collection of one-shouldered bikinis and one pieces as well as ruffled bottoms ($54–$162).
Attending photo shoots might become routine for some designers, but, for Nicole Di Rocco, a session in 2009 will be something that she remembers forever. That’s because the photo shoot took place in Cuba after she had dreamt of traveling with her parents to visit their homeland for her entire life. The bikinis and bathing suits she creates for Nicolita Swimwear, which she opened in 2003, show that her romanticized vision of Cuba in the 1940s has a constant influence on her design style. Bright colors, ruffles, and old-fashioned elements such as high waists bring retro styles to today’s beaches. The swimwear collection also includes one-piece suits and tankinis, cover-ups, and a handful of men’s board shorts.
“You got me for life, that's how much I love your swimwear.”