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With summer just around the corner, it’s no surprise that many online shopping carts are filling up with swimwear.
From cute coverups to sun hats and bathing suits, there are a ton of great purchases to make this season, but one, in particular, seems like an especially smart buy.
The OMKAGI Women’s Bandeau Bikini is one of the best-selling bikinis on Amazon for a reason. Not only is this swimsuit super affordable — retailing for under $25 — but it has over 11,000 five-star reviews. Plus, it comes in 30 different colors.
OMKAGI Women’s Bandeau Bikini, $24.99+
Made of polyester and spandex, this two-piece bikini is flattering on pretty much any body type, thanks to the high-cut bottoms and the strapless bandeau-style top. Its design can also keep you from getting awkward tan lines after a day in the sun which can be hard to even out.
Senior commerce editor Ellie Conley shared, “I bought this swimsuit with low expectations based on the price, but I couldn’t be any happier with my purchase. I’m only 5’2″ and sometimes high-waisted bottoms come up a little too high on my torso, but this one is perfect.”
It’s worth noting that some reviewers suggest going up a size. While the product description says the bikini runs true to size, a few customers found it to be a bit snug.
One reviewer said, “The top truly does run small. I would suggest ordering up a size just because you can always fix a top that’s a little too big however, I cannot do anything about the cup sizing.”
If you’ve been trying to find the perfect bikini for this season, the OMKAGI suit might just be what you’ve been looking for. After all, it has shoppers rejoicing “finally a bikini that fits!” And, as always, remember that pairing a cute bathing suit with a strong SPF is essential.
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