Renowned entertainer Jennifer Lopez turned heads on a beautiful tropical beach recently, sporting a stunning burgundy bikini from a well-known Australian swimwear brand. Despite her age of 51, J Lo looked absolutely incredible in the affordable $135 Macia set from Triangl, a brand that boasts a prime location near Sydney’s Bondi Beach. While vacationing in Turks and Caicos with her fiancé Alex Rodriguez, who is 45, the singer showcased her enviable figure, with toned limbs and a perfectly chiseled stomach that she has maintained through years of dancing, rigorous workouts, and electrifying stage performances. Jennifer Lopez protected herself from the scorching Caribbean sun with a stylish $875 Dior bucket hat, exuding contentment as she embraced the sparkling swimwear. Watch the video below for more captivating moments from her beach getaway.
Last week, Jennifer Lopez was spotted on a beach in Turks and Caicos, flaunting her stylish ensemble consisting of a $875 Dior bucket hat and a $135 bikini from popular Australian swimwear brand, Triangl. For those interested, the bikini is available in various sizes ranging from XXS to XL on the brand’s official website. However, if you happen to be in Sydney, you can also visit their flagship store located on Campbell Parade in North Bondi. Established in 2012 by Craig Ellis and Erin Deering, Triangl quickly gained popularity among celebrities for its remarkable neoprene design, which was once deemed the “world’s most popular bikini”. In fact, it was widely regarded as the go-to swimwear brand of summer 2015, with famous figures like Beyoncé, Kendall Jenner, Chiara Ferragni, and numerous Victoria’s Secret models such as Joan Smalls and Frida Aasen seen sporting their bikinis.
The famous superstar mom, who has two children, Max and Emme, aged 12, with her former spouse Marc Anthony, confidently walks into the mesmerizing turquoise sea wearing a stunning swimsuit that sparkles in the sunlight.
The business had a remarkable achievement of selling approximately 1,500 bikinis each day, resulting in an estimated revenue of $60 million in just one year. Just two years later, they introduced a highly popular velvet one-piece swimsuit priced at $107, which quickly sold out. The success continued with the addition of velvet separates in the 2018 spring/summer collection. These pieces, inspired by the 1990s, featured vibrant colors like black, aquamarine, and neon pink. Despite being priced at $135 for a set, much lower than similar styles from other trendy designer brands, fans are still eager to purchase them even three years later.