Hailey Bieber Wore the Most Summery Floral Yellow Bikini

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In case you haven’t already spent enough money on swimsuits this summer (whoops, lol), Hailey Bieber just dropped some new summery pics to promote her skincare brand, Rhode, and there’s good news and bad news. The bad news: her blue bikini is from Skims and it’s no longer available. The good news: that highly cheerful floral yellow swimsuit she’s wearing a few swipes into this post is still avail in several styles and size, bless.

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According to fan account @haileybiebercloset, who has very impressive sleuthing skills, Hailey is wearing a the Bond Floral Underwire Bikini Top (in Honeysuckle) from Frankies Bikinis which is $115.

Bond Floral Underwire Bikini Top

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$115.00

Hailey’s exact top only has a few sizes left, but you can buy other styles in the Honeysuckle pattern like the ruffled bralette here.

Hailey is currently busy promoting Rhode, which launched on June 15 with every single product priced under $30. She told Allure that an under $30 price point was super important to her, saying “I was ordering crazy amounts of skin care, trying everything that was expensive to inexpensive to mid-range. And I found that the most tried-and-true stuff were the solidly formulated products that were affordable, where I could tell people kept on going back to, and that’s what I kept going back to as well. I’ve given it to a lot of different makeup artists to try on their clients and I’ve gotten really good feedback on it.”

Shop Rhode here—and by that I mean join the waitlist because it’s all sold out.

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