What You Didn’t Know about Sexy Bikinis

You’d have seen only the visible virtues of bikinis. But these two-pieces have some invisible benefits that you’d like to know.

Don’t feel surprised if you’re told that bikinis can provide jobs to the needy. At the same time, they can help wounded warriors and their families.

Recently, MINX Bikini, a fashion and lifestyle brand that specializes in sexy swimwear and lingerie announced the launch of its online store with the commitment to offer jobs for the locals in South Africa. (Read: Sexy Bikinis to Create Jobs in South Africa)

And now a new collection of swimwear and cover-ups are ready to provide a healing environment for returning wounded warriors in the U.S.

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Swimwear designer Rebecca Virtue today, April 23, announced her collaboration with Furnishing Hope to help provide much needed support to warriors and their families.

Founded in 2003 and based in Orange County, California, Furnishing Hope promises to provide an environment so that these families can recover from their loss, adjust to their disabilities, and build their future.

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Rebecca Virtue has designed a collection of red, white, and blue swimwear (pictured above) and cover-ups in honor of these men and women who have given so much to their country. So, 15% of net proceeds from the sales of this collection are being donated to Furnishing Hope to help further their efforts.

You can look for this merchandise at retail stores such as Bloomingdale’s, Everything But Water, Macy’s, and Dillard’s Department Stores.

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