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Tuesday 18 June 2013

Amazing Bikinis under £35

Following on from last week's amazing swimsuits under £50 feature, I promised to go on the hunt for some brilliant bikinis. These are all under £35, which is pretty reasonable for a two-piece. You might not get as much fabric for your money but you do have a lot more options.

Chevron stripes make me happy. This bikini is £25.50 from ASOS. This makes me happy. I also like her freckles.

Lots of you were giving Asda the thumbs up for their bargain swimsuits last week, so I thought I'd take a look at their bikinis. Amazingly this tropical bikini is just £12. TWELVE POUNDS! I've paid more for lunch.

Not to be out done in the supermarket swimsuits, Tesco's polka dot balconette bikini is pretty gorgeous as well. It's a little pricier at £30, but F&F do have some cheaper options - briefs start at just a fiver.

This butterfly bikini is cute! It's from Oasis and here's a close-up of that bikini top:

The butterfly bikini top is £16, the butterfly bottoms are £14.

There's no way I'll be able to wear this flamingo bikini, it's not nearly supportive enough. But oh, I love it so. It's £26 from Miss Selfridge.

Could this gingham bikini set be any cuter? It's a massive cheat because only the top is £34, but I couldn't resist showing you such a beauty. Bravissimo also give you a selection of bottoms, starting at £20. You're absolutely allowed to break the rules for pink gingham.

This high-waisted bikini is perfect for that holiday on a yacht look you're going for. Who cares if you get sea sick? It's from ASOS and is mix and match which means you can buy the high-waisted shorts for £14, and the top in sizes from D-F for £16.

Where have you been buying your bikinis? Share your fabulous finds with me!


  1. I've never worn a bikini in my life, but fell in love with this one (& the big pants). Also bought the tankini top just in case i'm not feeling so brave. Sale on at Debenhams too (use a cashback site for extra bargainousness!)

  2. Winning combo of post-baby stretch marks and massive breastfeeding boobs, plus not wanting to wear a mumsy one-piece, led me to this selection from H&M - on top (supportive enough and great cleavage!) and these on the bottom (not together, but just to give me a couple of options) + I felt great and it was at a bargain price, given that none of it will probably fit in a couple of months! Highly recommended


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