It’s pretty rare these days to find a decent bikini under $100. While I understand that a lot of work goes into making a great bikini, it can be hard to part with hundreds of dollars for two teeny tiny pieces of fabric. That’s why I love supporting small swimwear brands like Sundae Swimwear who make great quality bikinis for a fraction of the cost.
I took one of their super cute $30 bikinis to Samoa – I usually stick to neutrals, but there was something about this melon print that I just couldn’t go past. We shot it out the front of our incredible seaside bungalows at Le Lagoto Resort & Spa on the big island of Savai’i, Samoa.
Photography by Sera from Photography Byron Bay.
Sundae Swimwear ‘Melon Drops Braided Bikini’ and Karen Walker ‘Harvest’ Sunglasses.
Samoa camera kit courtesy of Canon Australia, The Front and AquaTech:
- 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.