As we all get ready to fly our flags for Canada Day (July 1st) and Independence Day (July 4th) in the United States, I thought it would be fun to see what companies offer beachwear in the national colours of both countries. I guess the easiest outfit would be to take your Canadian or American flag and make a sarong or pareo to wear beachside while celebrating. But I think there must be a few traditional beachwear retailers out there offering the real thing.
And here is what my patriotic beachwear search turned up:
- Ujena.com offers the perfect maple leaf bikini with adjustable sliding triangles, ties at neck and back of top, completely lined, and made of nylon and lycra. This cute style bikini comes in red top with white bottoms bearing the red Canadian maple leaf on the derrière.
- Sears.ca has a patriotic collection of beachwear including the Joe Boxer “Canadian Chicks Rule” set, with maple leaf tanga bottom and red tank top, “Everyone Loves a Canadian Girl” with cotton-spandex crop top and matching boy shorts, “Wear Your Pride Boy-let briefs, and the very summery Christina® set including the skirted bottom, crossover camisole, halter tankini, bra top with shoulder strap rings, and high waisted panties.
- Venus.com gives us a nice selection of American Fourth of July swimwear. Their collection consists of a cropped tee, bandeau top, mid-rise bottoms and matching wrap skirt, contoured halter top with low-rise bottoms, enhancer triangle top and side split skirted bottom or a triangle top with side tie bottoms.
- AvalonUSA.com has a nice selection of beachwear including a halter or triangle bathing suit top, scrunch, Euro or American bottoms, tie side thong, tie side Brazilian, or tie side American bottoms, hip hugger hot pants and the very hot micro thong bikini set. Made of nylon and spandex, the sizes are very small from 5/6, 7/8, to 9/10 but they do look sexy.
Whether you celebrate the Canadian red and white maple leaf or you celebrate the American red, white and blue stars and stripes, have yourself a GREAT holiday!
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