A new Aussie swimwear label has just entered the market, and it’s a whole bunch of fun. RH Swimwear has just launched with its first Spring 14 collection, priding itself on selling separates so customers can have fun mixing, matching, and mismatching bikini looks.
“I love mixing prints with other prints or corresponding solid colours, and thinking practically it also means that you can create many more looks out of only a few styles,” says founder, Ruth Hurley, in a news release.
Even though Ruth loves many of Australia’s home-grown labels, like Seafolly and JETS by Jessika Allen, she feels RH Swimwear will stand out because of its affordability. “The label offers a designer aesthetic and a quality fit, but at half the price of your average bikini in Australia,” Ruth says.
With bottoms at $35 and tops at $45, and a mix of wild prints and timeless block colours, RH Swimwear has you covered this beach season. You can shop the launch collection in-store now.