Bottom's Up Bikini's

Environmentally Responsible, Sustainable, Earth-Friendly, Recycled Fabrics…we LOVE THIS WORLD, as much as we love YOU!!

Our Spring & Summer launches are FINALLY here, and we are SUPER EXCITED to introduce the four new pieces that now complete our Cove Collection, along with five additional vibrant and bold solids in BRIGHT WHITE, AZURE, YELLOW RADIANCE, SUNBURST, & BLACK. Lastly, our VERY favorite, is that we have designed two incredible prints divided into cool spring and warm summer themes, BLUE WATER RIPPLE, TURQUOISE PALMS, & RED WATER RIPPLE, SUNSET PALMS. The fabric information is once again added below, with our spring launch using CONOA, and our summer launch using VITA.


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Bottom's Up Bikini's

306 N West El Norte Parkway #449
escondido 92026
United States



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Escondido is a city in San Diego County, California, United States. Located in the North County region, it was incorporated in 1888, and is one of the oldest cities in San Diego County. It has a population of 151,038 as of the 2020 census. == Etymology == "Escondido" is a Spanish word meaning "hidden". One source says the name originally referred to agua escondida or hidden water; another says it meant "hidden treasure".The city is known as Eskondiid in Kumeyaay. == History == The Escondido area was first settled by the Luiseño, who established campsites and villages along the creek running through the area. They named the place Mixéelum Pompáwvo or "Mehel-om-pom-pavo." The Luiseno also had another village north of Mixéelum Pompáwvo called Panakare. The Kumeyaay migrated from areas near the Colorado River, settling both in the San Pasqual Valley and near the San Dieguito River in the southwestern and western portions of what is now Escondido. Most of the villages and campsites today have been destroyed by development and agriculture. === Spanish and Mexican eras === Spain controlled the land from the late 18th century to the early 19th century, and established many missions in California to convert the indigenous people.