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Join the Reversible Swimwear Cult

Join the Reversible Swimwear Cult

Summer is starting to sizzle here at Carousel HQ and we can’t wait to choose our swimwear for the season. With prices that are often disproportionately high in relation to the amount of material present, we have the perfect solution – the reversible bikini by Suboo.The flattering shape that is sporty and supportive, yet sexy and feminine. Supermodels and girls next door alike can rock this look with minimal effort.

Join the Reversible Swimwear Cult

This bikini has gained worldwide supporters such as Ashley Hart, Monika Rad and Lisa Hyde. Closer to home, Australian stars such as Home and Away’s Pia Miller and Blogger Nikki Phillips are crazy for this look. Join the Reversible Swimwear CultSuboo was established in 2008, as an international luxe resort label, it has come to be synonymous with custom prints, interesting detailing and directional cuts. Suboo is now a multidimensional brand with seasonal collections of resort and swimwear.

The tantalizing two-piece comes in three different styles- Sandy Leopard print & gold, Shady Palms print & blue, and Kasbah print & navy.

Join the Reversible Swimwear Cult
Sandy Leopard print & gold

Want to Join the A-listers in the Suboo swimwear cult? You won’t turn back. But you will turn your bikini inside out.

Join the Reversible Swimwear Cult
Nikki Phillips is banging in this sexy summer look.
Join the Reversible Swimwear Cult
Pia Miller, our favourite fitspiration, also rocks the leopard print.

Written by Victoria Webster

Victoria Webster is The Carousel's resident health expert. She has been surrounded by health and fitness her entire life. Her mother, a nutritionist, personal trainer and Pilates teacher instilled in Victoria a passion for all things wellbeing related.

Growing up a ballet dancer and singer having performed in the States, her passion for performance and movement transferred to yoga, running and the gym whilst remaining focused on her academics and career. She is an avid traveller and has lived all over the world enabling her to speak French, Italian and Spanish.

She began her journalism career by studying Media and Communications at The University of Sydney. She has written for The Medical Observer and Australian Doctor.

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