At the end of last summer I vowed to myself I would invest in an L Space fringed swimsuit. However, countless runway shows highlighting California’s lesser known yet equally talented swimsuit labels have convinced me I don’t need to invest $100 for a designer swimsuit. Despite how amazing I think the label looks on one of my favorite fashionistas. Kudos Ashley Tisdale for setting the standard on how to wear a fringed bikini!
And I know I sound like broken record when it comes to how amazing it is to live in So Cal. But perk numero one million and one is not only is it summer almost all year round, but swimsuits are sold almost all year round. However, eventually and usually between January and March stores come to the conclusion it’s time to mark down “last season’s” collections to make way for the new collections. Correct me if I’m wrong oh fellow Southern California fashionistas but every season the swimsuits look the same. Exactly the same. Occasionally, every other year something exciting will happen. Someone will have a unique cut out. Someone will add some interesting hard wear to a piece. Or someone will remove a piece all together (hence those odd mens bottoms I’ve seen floating around the web.) Fringe detail on the front, is the latest trend that brought out the “omg that’s cute and I must have it” in me. When I found this set I was beyond thrilled to discover that unlike the well known label, this one was only $10 a piece as opposed to the $50-$70 a piece. I’d say that’s a bargain.