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These Bold Bathing Suits Will Have You Packing For That Holiday

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    Sure, with our Santa Anas breezing in weekly (80 degrees yesterday, what-what!), there's really no such thing as a swimwear "season" for Angelenos. However, two times a year, the gym is definitely filled to the brim with every Sally, Katie, and Sarah perfecting her bod. And, yes, gals, the resort clock has chimed yet again! Whether you'll be strutting into an Aspen jacuzzi for Thanksgiving (fur reveal optional), or hanging with us in the sandy ancient ruins of Tulum for NYE, you. better. bring. it. So, we're coming in clutch with the perfect suits for a little boost, right here!

    Equal parts NSFW (we almost put up the disclaimer!) and sophisticated, the looks from Lee+Lani's new line will most definitely make our suitcase essentials list. Local former models and BFFs, Lisa Marie Pascuccio and Alana Ault, drew inspo from globetrotting and even imported their luxe fabrics after a trip to Italy. The result will make any man pant — and daggers pop from the eyes of fellow female vacationers! The choice is really up to you: Look meh in a basic bikini, or blow even the most voluptuous of Brazilians out of the water in these sexy, stretchy, agua caliente anomalies!

    Photo: Courtesy of EFG

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