Revolve Clothing

Bella String Bottom

Bella String Bottom

$62.00 $88.00


ABOUT Acacia Swimwear

Founded by Naomi Newirth and Lyndie Irons, Acacia Swimwear is a collection of swimsuits inspired by the love of travel and exotic beaches the girls get to call their home away from home. Acacia encompasses the lifestyle of the Gypsetter. It is a fuse between the perfect low cut Italian bikini and flirty Brazilian fit. Detail oriented with custom prints and lining, soft Italian fabric, and seamless comfort, Acacia is truly one of a kind.

  • 80% nylon , 20% spandex
  • Hand wash cold
  • Side tie closure
  • Revolve Style No. ACAC-WX6
  • Manufacturer Style No. BELLA
  • Modeled in size S.
  • Model Measurements: Height 5'9", Waist 26", Bust 32", Hips 34.5"

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I have been waiting to get my hands on an Acacia bikini forever!!! So when I found out they had some in stock on Revolve, I had to purchase one right away. Now, I originally wanted the "Missy" style in vino, but I could not find anyone stocking the style. Out of all the styles I was drawn to the snake print. I'm not usually a print kind of gal, but I thought this print was pretty subtle compared to other styles/colors. I must say, it fits small. Now the Bella bottom, is described as having more coverage on the Acacia website. But, don't let that fool you, these bottoms are teeny tiny, the front is also very low. Not quite thong but definitely brazilian cut, and let me tell you, these will be riding up your butt because the triangle of fabric is so small. NOT IN A BAD WAY THOUGH, these bottoms make your bum look amazing. I wear a size 26 and took a Small in these. I believe it would be easy to size up if you would like more coverage. Another thing I'd like to mention is that the fabric is so soft! Best bathing suit that I have ever owned so far. Look forward to purchasing more Acacia in the future.

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