Our new CRUSH...Goldfish Kiss

March 23, 2018

Our new CRUSH...Goldfish Kiss

If you don't know now you know...Rebekah is one badass mom, wife, artist and influencer.  You can get lost in her dreamy posts and honestly we can't get enough!  Rebekah was kind enough to squeeze in a quick Q + A for us (and design our new logo which we love)!
Full Name: Rebekah Christine Steen (Yes I know it sounds like a stutter)
Instagram: @goldfish_kiss

How did you come up with the name Goldfish Kiss? The first bikini I ever owned, the top was two goldfish Kissing. I figured If I ever had a swimwear line that would be the name, but I could never get my act in gear to do that, so it became my blog name instead.

How would you describe your personal style? I am so bad at this question for some reason. Simple with an edge. And I use the term edge vaguely - it could mean tropical print, some bright color, some distressing, I really just keep it simple, soft and flattering. Trends and I don’t get along too well. 

What 4 things are always in your beach bag? Water, Camera, Sunscreen (Love Supergoos SPF 30 Mousse), and a bazillion things for Levi since he goes with me everywhere. 

Where is the last place you traveled (and loved)? I always love traveling back to Hawaii, but my husband and I went to Puerto Rico for the first time last Spring and totally fell in love with it. It was beyond heartbreaking to see what Maria did to the island, but we can’t wait to get back again soon. 

What is your biggest indulgence? Shopping wise I like to bid on used designer shoes on eBay. Weird, I know, but I’ve scored some amazing shoes that I could never afford otherwise. Life wise - If I get 30 minutes to just sleep on the beach alone, on a sunny day, with a drink in my hand...oh my goodness, bliss. 

One thing people may not know about you? I do a sweet Eric Cartman Impression. (If you knew me in college this would not surprise you one bit.) 

What is your favorite Society Bikini item? That Frankie’s Bikini’s Alana ribbed bikini is SO HOT….yet sporty and practical. Love it.   

What did you love about living in Hawaii? Everything. The people, sense of community, water, waves, flowers, food, air, tradewinds, lack of snakes…I’m doing my best to live in the present and just appreciate where I am at, but I’d by lying if I said I don’t still miss it every single day. 




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