Ladies, it might be the end of summer, but it’s not too late to pick up a new bathing suit in time for last-minute adventures before the summer officially ends. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again: you can never have too many bathing suits. My Labor Day Weekend bikini fix was all about Phax Swimwear. They have great fitting suits made with Lycra fabric. From their leopard bandeaus to their high-waist bikini bottoms, it was hard to choose just one. Check out my top three Phax Swimsuits here!
For a solid design, I love the Red Laser Cut Bikini; it’s simple, yet bold, and reminds me of Baywatch meets Lana Del Rey. The $43 halter top has laser cut detailing along the front edges, along with removable padding. I love the tie string bottoms because they look sexy, and they are adjustable to fit your body type – instead of being constricted in regular bottoms. The bottoms retail at $38 and also feature the laser-cut detailing along the top band. The tie strings have gold hardware accents with the letters “PX” engraved, while the back has the gold “PHAX” logo hardware. This sexy and sleek bikini also comes in black, white, and yellow.
The Underwire Tribal Bikini with tie strings is my favorite patterned suit from Phax; yes, this Jersey girl likes it more than the leopard print. The tribal print reminds me of the beautiful mosaics at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, a collage of colorful art. Even though it has several different colors, the darker shades give it a relaxed vibe. The $58 top has underwire that adds a little lift and support, and also features a tie in the front, adding another playful detail. The bottoms retail at $50 and have teal polka dots on the red tie strings, along with the “PX” engraved hardware and gold “PHAX” logo on the back.
If you don’t mind standing out, try the eye-catching and extremely detailed Floral Halter Bikini. To add to the brightness of the yellow floral pattern, the $45 top has a miniature pink and purple flower print on the neck and back tie strings. The vibrant halter top is accented with metal hardware and has removable padding. The bottoms, retailing at $45, also include the flower tie string print, and have a light green band with tiny blue polka dots. Along with the other bottoms, the floral print pair also includes the “PX” and “PHAX” gold hardware.
I know I’m not the only one with vacations planned this fall. It’s not too late to get your hands on these suits, and be sure to check out Phax’s beach cover-ups too.
To learn more about Phax go to www.phaxswimwearusa.com.
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Photos of Phax Swimwear: Courtesy of Tatiana Stec