La Croix Bathing Suits Are Here, Just in Time for Summer Parties
As we patiently await the first days of summer, you’re probably already dreaming about pool parties with your squad. And if you’re figuring out what summer cocktails to serve, you know La Croix has got you covered… in more ways than one. There are now La Croix bathing suits, so you can show your favorite sparkling water plenty of love all summer long.
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Like something out of an Instagram dream, Los Angeles-based brand Publicspace designed a line of five one-piece suits and coordinating swim trunks inspired by our favorite La Croix flavors, including pamplemousse, lime, passionfruit, pure, cran-raspberry, and lemon. And the one-pieces, in a fun and trendy high-cut, are just the right amount of ’90s-era cool whether you’re poolside or relaxing by the beach, sipping on your sparkling bev of choice (La Croix, obvs!).
Perhaps the best part of all? These handcrafted suits won’t break the bank, coming in at $49.50. The swim shorts are even more affordable at $39.50, so you and bae can match. Or the entire squad can rock their favorite flavor — no filter needed.
If you order by May 17, the company says you’ll get your suit just in time for Memorial Day festivities. And with the four-way stretch, natural fabrication and non-toxic, water-based ink, Publicspace is committed to making stylish and comfy gear as eco-friendly as possible. We’ll drink to that!
Do you love your La Croix enough to rock these swimsuits? Let us know @BritandCo.
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(Photos via Publicspace)