Where do cool girls buy their swimwear?
A question that’s rattled around for years.
… then Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jeanne Damas, and Sabina Socol popped up in Matteau swimwear and the wheels started turning.
This might be gross, but…
You know how in college when you’d pre-game and then you’d really really really needed to go pee, but people would joke and be like, “don’t break the seal?”
I graduated like seven years ago though, so bear with me — this isn’t about binge drinking on a budget…
This is about how I accidentally broke the seal on expensive bathing suits when I bought my Eres bikini.
Eres swimwear is the kind of swimwear that
you I have always dreamed of.
I mean, Eres was the first brand dedicated to swimwear.
… and they’re owned by Chanel — so you know their bathing suits have to be pretty luxurious, dreamy, and extra special.
After all my “I wanna be a dream French cool girl” nonsense, it makes sense that Eres would be my ideal swimwear brand.
… but, my Eres obsession has nothing to do with that whole “dream French cool girl” stuff.
When I lived in the New York, I only needed a bathing suit for a handful of weeks throughout the year.
Investing in multiple pieces of swimwear did not matter to me.
A recent move brought me back “home” to the Caribbean and all of the sudden, sleek swimwear became an essential.
My sister raves about MIKOH and well, your older sister always knows best, right?
When was the last time you wore a simple solid black one piece bathing suit?
Probably not in a while, right?
Until I needed a suit to do a bunch of water activities in.
“Move to the Caribbean,” they said.
“You’ll spend less money on clothes,” they said.
Six new Acacia Swimwear bikinis later… Are “they” sure?
Acacia’s vibe is total Hawaiian cool girl.