Thursday, 10 October 2013

Girl and the Sea

 Bikini by Billabong (available here)

For years Surf Dive 'n Ski has been one of the premier destinations in Australia to find all of your favourite surf and lifestyle labels in one place (and for great prices). This summer sees SDS launching their 'Girl and the Sea' swimwear campaign, featuring some of the leaders of the pack including Billabong, Seafolly, Rip Curl and O'Neill. The collection embraces the Australian summer lifestyle, and is all about 'salty air, sunkissed hair and making the most of longe days and warmer nights' in the best variety of swimwear in the country.

 Available in store and online, Girl and the Sea  encompasses a range of shapes, styles and fabrications perfect for whatever your summer oceanic adventures entail. From classic shapes like the triangle, balconette and bandeau, to amazing wetsuit inspired pieces including cropped neoprene rashshirts and one-piece cozzies that are as hot as they are incredibly cool. There's also a range of bottoms to suit whatever your style and taste, from regular side-tie and briefs to super on-trend high waisted and boyleg silhouettes. Throw in an amazing assortment of bold and neon colours, crochet fabrics, intricate prints and ruched & frilled details, and there's sure to be at least one (if you can stop there!) you won't be able to live without.

 The entire Girl and the Sea collection is available now in Surf Dive 'n Ski stores nationwide, and an amazing variety of swim pieces are also available online.  
(Wetsuit items are available in stores only). 

View the entire range of SDS swim here.

Seafolly 'Mod Club' bikini $79.95 top + $69.95 bottom (in store only)

Rip Curl 'G Bomb' spring suit $179.95 (in store only)

Billabong 'Surfside' bikini $39.99 top + $35.95 bottom || Billabong 'Rio Heat' bikini top $45.95 (in store only)

Rip Curl bikini (in store only)

O'Neill bikini $69.95 set  || Seafolly bikini $69.95 top + $64.95 bottom (in store only)

Billabong 'Woodstock' bikini $39.95 top + $39.95 bottom

All images courtesy of Surf Dive 'n Ski and Elise Garland Public Relations