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Company Debuts Disney Princess-Inspired Summer Bikinis

These bikinis are a dream come true for the ladies!

Our favorite Disney Princesses’ iconic ensembles have been turned into fun and flirty summer bikinis. Swimwear brand Enchanted Bikinis just debuted its Disney Princess-inspired swimsuit collection and even hired Disney Princess lookalikes to model the pieces.

The new collection includes bikini pairs inspired by Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves), Ariel (The Little Mermaid), Jasmine (Aladdin) Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Pocahontas (Pocahontas), Rapunzel (Tangled), Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), and Cinderella (Cinderella).

The bikinis resemble the characters’ well-loved looks – but with a more daring vibe!

While not official Disney merchandise, the brand went the extra mile in promoting the collection, even hiring lookalike models for the photoshoot.

The resemblance is uncanny!

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The bikinis come in sizes small to extra large. The tops are priced at $45, while the bottoms are at $35. Buyers also have the option of brief bottoms or high-waisted bottoms.

Princess Aurora is looking regal.

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The company is also selling accessories to complete the look, like mermaid skirts, seashell purses, and seashell phone cases.

Here's Cinderella ready for a dip.

The company hopes to promote the collection as fashion ‘for all women.’

Ariel says hello!

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According to Enchanted Bikinis’ website:

“Our mission is to let the princess in you glow and enchant everyone and everything around, when you wear your Enchanted bikini. We believe that every woman can feel this way without putting on a costume.”

Disney princesses having fun in the water.

Who’s your favorite Disney princess?

It truly goes without saying that these bikinis are a dream come true for all the ladies.

In case you’re curious and want to see more, you can go check out the official Enchanted Bikinis page on Instagram.

Well, what do you think about these Disney bikinis? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below!

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