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How to wear a bikini top to the beach, and beyond

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Emili Sindlev in an orange bikini top, oversized white shirt, and cargo trousers.
+ She’s also wearing the Attico X Linda Farrow Mini Marfa sunglasses.
* The Attico extends its sculptural repertoire to sunglasses with the Mini Marfa design, a ’90s remix of the iconic Marfa pair. In collaboration with eyewear experts Linda Farrow, they have sleek black rectangular frames and smokey-gray lenses. We envisage them alongside a throwback baguette for the full effect.
(Photo via @emilisindlev)

Strong abs required…


(Photo via @ninasandbech)


(Photo via @polliani)


LAIA’S PICK: HM Seamless bikini top. Lined, soft-cup bikini top with a textured finish. Wide shoulder straps, square neckline front and back, and no fasteners. Designed with minimum number of seams for a more comfortable fit and increased freedom of movement.


LAIA’S PICK: HM padded bikini top. Lined, soft-cup bikini top. Halter neck, open back, and cups with removable inserts for shaping and good support. No fasteners.


LAIA’S PICK: The Attico’s splashy new swimwear range includes a number of sporty, ultra-stylish pieces – like this red bikini top – that are sure to light up your social media feed come summer. Pair this low-coverage design with the matching briefs, or with any number of other day-glo bottoms from the label.
+ matching bikini bottoms
* The Attico dips its toes into swimwear with a series of showy separates, like these bright red bikini bottoms. Note the unique cut: high-waisted with high-cut leg openings and a scooped, low-coverage front – in other words, just the kind of alluring silhouette that we expect from the extravagant Italian label.

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