One of the best days we had in Samoa was hanging out on this boat where we spent the day feasting on coconuts, swimming into the island behind me and getting way too much sun.
I’ve been a big fan of Seafolly Swimwear for years and not just because their bikinis look good. I’ve got plenty of pretty bikinis, but not all of them can be worn on adventures. I can’t tell you the amount of times I’ve lost a bikini under a wave or a waterfall. I’ve even had bikinis peel off my body just gently snorkelling through the water. That’s what I love about Seafolly – their swimwear is always right on trend but made well enough to handle all my island life adventures in Samoa.
I don’t usually wear super bright colours, but I can’t get enough of this tangerine-coloured bikini. The white accents balance out the brightness and pair perfectly with my favourite white shirt. This bikini comes in a few other colours including an incredible chambray denim hue that’s next on my bikini shopping list.
Seafolly ‘Block Party’ triangle bikini top and Brazilian bottoms in tangelo, Watson X Watson ‘Cotton Drill Shirt’ in white, FallenBrokenStreet ‘Bambi’ in the wide brim and Sunday Somewhere ‘Matahari’ sunglasses in orange.
- Cameras: Canon EOS 5D Mark III (on loan from Canon Australia) and Canon EOS 70D (my personal camera).
- Lenses: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II (on loan from The Front – my preferred camera equipment renal company) and Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM (on loan from Canon Australia).
- Underwater housing: AquaTech Elite 5D3 Sport Housing with the PD-85 Lens Port (on loan from AquaTech).
I travelled to Samoa as a guest of World Resorts of Distinction. All opinions and thoughts expressed in this post are my own and remain 100% uninfluenced.
Photos featuring myself by Sera from Photography Byron Bay.