Kiribati was founded on the belief that confidence and comfort should never be compromised. The cuts are flattering and supportive to ensure that not only can you feel assured in what your wearing, but also effortlessly elegant.
The line suits those who prefer a traditionally glamourous holiday, as the styles are reminiscent of the pin-up glamour of the 1950s with the added bonus of modern technology and clever design to suit the contemporary woman. They come at a price, however. This is a luxury brand made with temperature resistant fabrics sourced from the finest mills in Italy that are styled with nickel-free accessories.
The Martha Bandeau bikini, for example, will set you back £125, but it may be worth the price tag. Its combination of practicality for swimming with the shaping and almost undetectable structuring that maintains your figure is just one of the reasons for purchasing. The simple navy and white colours are reminiscent of the French Riviera and for those days where you’re not feeling 100%, you can fold the flap on the bikini bottoms up to provide a more flattering shape and then turn it down for a better tan.
The Clemency swimsuit is another great addition to the line. The suit boasts simple, on-trend asymmetric lines to flatter your figure, whilst providing the necessary support for beach activities. The small gold bangle on the strap is a beautiful touch that was designed exclusively for the company. If you want to look stylish whilst still being sporty, this may be the suit for you!
The sizing is a little different to the average bikini website. It operates on the European set sizes: 1,2,3 and 4 (explained on website here). Usefully, if you’re not sure which size is perfect for you, the site recommends that you order several sizes to try on, as you can return them at no extra cost to you.
To shop Kiribati online, go to www.kiribati-london.com