Intent upon crafting attire strong enough to withstand fierce ocean tides and breezes, designers foolishly forged the world’s first bathing suits from scratchy sandpaper, unforgiving plywood, and lethal lead. Celebrate the comfort and buoyancy of modern swimwear with today’s Groupon to SwimSpot. Choose between the following options:
- For $40, you get $80 worth of swimsuits and apparel in-store at five locations in Arcadia, Canoga Park, Irvine, Rancho Cucamonga, and Thousand Oaks.
- For $40, you get $80 worth of swimsuits and apparel online.
Featuring popular brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Luxe by Lisa Vogel, and Hurley, SwimSpot’s deep vault of stylish swimwear will keep beach-goers fashionably accoutered for the coming summer months. Patrons can view each available bathing suit modeled for them in high-resolution images, as well as in a video in which a bikini-clad surrogate turns 360 degrees, proving that the suits have not been imbued with paralysis-inducing spandex.
For an apropos ocean-blue look, accent necklines with the exotic Italian Lucite stones of the Solaia triangle bikini top ($73) and shade heliophobic hips under the flattering ruffle overlay of the matching Solaiai tie bikini bottom ($63). Defy meddling matchmakers and combine incompatible suit components into your own utopian fashion statement with SwimSpot.com’s Bikini Builder, which allows you to clash the kaleidoscopic marine-style pattern of the Artisan's Dream triangle bikini top ($33) with the leopard-print Riviera ring bikini bottom ($57). All prices are the same on the website and in retail stores, and SwimSpot offers free shipping, returns, exchanges, and bubblewrap-popping services.
SwimSpot brings high fashion poolside by amassing a collection of designer bikini and one-piece swimsuits by brands such as Athena, Guess, and Nautica. Each swimsuit and cover-up incorporates contemporary trends such as asymmetrical cuts or tropical colours to create stylish silhouettes, and a fit-specialist service provides body-shape searches and remote one-on-one discussions with experts to find a flattering suit for any shape. Lauded in the pages of People Style Watch, Lucky, and Seventeen, an online bikini builder enables the beach bound to build their own ensemble by mixing and matching tops and bottoms using a tool that yields more than 1,000 possible combinations. In addition to providing detailed descriptions and material breakdowns, each swimsuit offered in the online store is modeled in a video that offers a 360-degree view, allowing customers to get a better idea of what they’ll look like as they run into the surf or slowly back away from a sleeping bear.