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Tigerlily Bikini Swimwear for Women

End your quest for the perfect bikini with this captivating collection of women's Tigerlily bikini swimwear. Tigerlily is an Australian company established in 2000 that designs and creates boho chic swimwear, beachwear, accessories and Habitat home furnishings that fit in with the Australian beach lifestyle. Women's swimwear includes bikinis and the Tigerlily one-piece swimwear featuring exotic signature prints in a mosaic of colours and cultures that catch all eyes.


Enjoy the sight of jaws dropping when you dare to bare in a skimpy micro bikini or trikini, or if modesty is more your thing or you'd prefer to cover up post-pregnancy bulges, then a high-waisted bikini bottom does the trick. Show off your hourglass figure in a bandeaux bikini or change into a high-necked or fringed bikini if you have a small chest or are pear-shaped. Reversible bikinis give you two fantastic Tigerlily prints for your swim wardrobe.


Fashioned from a host of premium materials that feel good in hand, such as the wrinkled sand washed silk, Tigerlily bikinis are both comfortable and flattering. Lightweight nylon fits well and dries very quickly because of its moisture-wicking ability, while elastane provides all the stretch you need in your bikini and soft Italian Lycra retains its shape over time without bunching or sagging.

Clothing Size

Choose the garment size that best fits your type of body, such as the women's Tigerlily regular-size bikini swimwear. Always use your underwear size as a guide to ensure that the bikini fits comfortably.


Tigerlily promotes environmental responsibility through ethically-sourced and sweatshop-free raw material, eco-friendly practices from loom to print and total transparency over its supply chain as well as the use of sustainable fashion, such as using recycled products in the nylon bikini swimwear collection. From 2015, Tigerlily has created swimwear base cloths using the top-quality Econyl polyamide fabric, which is not only 100 per cent regenerated from nylon waste, but also has the ability to be 100 per cent regenerated to infinity.

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