Put Your Face On A Bikini. Or, You Know, Don't.

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Printed bikinis are definitely a thing, and swimwear brands love putting Miam-icons like flamingos, topless convertibles, and our skyline on suits. But what about your face? Or your puppy? Or even a giant depiction of Justin Bieber's visage? (If any of those ideas make you feel uncomfortable, we totally feel you.) Maybe we’re not tripping over ourselves to print a Biebs-bikini, but the idea behind Kinimatic, a site that lets you create your own custom bikini, has finally put the printing power onto the body into the hands of the wearer. Don’t fret if you couldn’t find the perfect tribal print at the mall or have always wanted a suit that teems with kitties in boxes, because now you can make yourself a unique suit with all the patterns and prints and Biebers you can handle. Oh, if bathing suits aren't your thing, the site supplies sarongs and boy shorts, too.
To get you inspired, Kinimatic is offering a 20% discount to anyone purchasing a custom suit for the first time with the code Refinery29, and, at $99 for a full bikini, it'll certainly cost you less than a Missoni two-piece. So whether you fancy some kitsch or cool, these bikinis are definitely one-of-a-kind.
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