EmRata’s Polka-Dot Bikini Confirms Retro Styles Are As Popular As Ever
Just when you thought swimsuit season was coming to a close, Emily Ratajkowski's newest Inamorata Woman swimwear drop lands to totally convince you otherwise. That means now's officially the time to get some more swimsuit shopping done, because summer is sticking around for a little while longer, after all. Those cozy knit sweaters can sit in your cart for a little while longer, but that yellow polka-dot bikini from the model's latest range certainly cannot.
Celebs have been sharing bathing suit clad snaps practically nonstop since June rolled around. Aside from inspiring you to book a vacation, said photos are also a great source of beachside style inspiration. Take, for example, Hailey Baldwin's recent 'gram of her holding a lemur, wearing a neon-yellow snakeskin bikini. Or how about Chrissy Teigen's Dalmatian-patterned one-piece? Both confirm that printed swimwear is more popular than ever right now — and that's exactly why EmRata's latest Inamorata drop couldn't have come at a better time.
As per usual, the model and designer announced the newest additions to her already-impressive swim range via an Instagram. On Tues., Ratajkowski posted up against a backdrop of palm trees, sitting pretty on a lounge chair, wearing an adorable, retro-inspired polka-dot bikini that hailed from, you guessed it, the fresh Inamorata drop.
"Issa INAMORATA drop! All new swim styles and prints. Link in bio. @inamoratawoman," read the caption. You can bet her 23.9 million followers were quite ecstatic about the news, with a cool 1.1 million double-tapping the announcement.
The new swimwear collection is truly every print lover's dream, with three can't-miss motifs — i.e., a yellow polka-dot, a neon-green leopard print, and an orange cheetah pattern — speckled on tie-tops, daring one-pieces, and more. Everything rings in at under $160, with the suits available in sizes XS to XL.
Ahead, shop The Zoe Report's favorite suits from Ratajkowski's newest Inamorata swimwear range — and get ready to hold on to summer for a little bit longer.