She is renowned for her love of holidaying, her chic style and her penchant for designers.
So Coleen Rooney has naturally been showcasing her combined loves since touching down in Barbados a fortnight ago, as she has been parading her collection of swanky swimwear on the Caribbean shores.
Over the space of seven beach trips, fashionista Coleen, who launched her own swimwear line with Littlewoods in 2012, has worn £2,005.34 worth of beachwear, including a £465 bikini from Balmain and a Melissa Odabash bikini and cover-up ringing in at £220 and £384 respectively.
We take a look at Coleen’s eye-popping swimwear selections….
Wow! Coleen Rooney has been showcasing her extensive swimwear collection since touching down in Barbados a fortnight ago, with £2,005.34 worth of beachwear packed into just seven days
The whole gang: The WAG, 34, jetted to her beloved Barbados late last month alongside her husband Wayne, also 34, their four children Kai, 10, Klay, seven, Kit, four and Cass, two, and her parents
Monday – The Maki Bikini Black from Lily & Rose
On Monday, Coleen flaunted her sartorial prowess in this unique two-piece complete with delicate shell detailing.
As a seasoned tanner, she was seen on the beach with the Bardot ruffled sleeves pulled off her shoulders to ensure she did not befall any pesky tanlines.
The stunning two-piece from the luxury fashion house, which was founded in 2012, is listed on the site as: ‘Natural seashell embroidery detailed, off-shoulder ruffled bikini’.
The Maki bikini is made of Italian Fabric with a LYCRA® XTRA LIFE Certificate.’ Adding a unique detail, the swimwear features Hand-stitched Gold Plated Cowrie Shells.
Wow! On Monday, Coleen flaunted her sartorial prowess in the Maki Bikini Black from Lily & Rose – a unique two-piece complete with delicate shell detailing, ringing in at £202.71
Saturday – Maia Bikini Set in Indigo Blue by Lazul
Opting for simple shape and a bold colour, Coleen was making a statement during Saturday’s beach trip.
This elegant two-piece’s bright hue helped showcase Coleen’s incredible tan as she hit the shores.
The swimwear is described on the Rumpus Resort website as: ‘The Maya bikini features sliding rose gold snake hardware that stays cool even in hot temperatures and that can be moved on the cup for a longer or shorter cup, and on the bottom for more or less coverage. The bottom cut is very flattering on the hip.
‘This garment is 100% made in Europe, with its fabric sourced from Italy and accessories from Spain. It has been sewn and hand-finished to the highest quality standards in Portugal.’
Bold in blue: Opting for simple shape and a bold colour, Coleen was making a statement during Saturday’s beach trip in the Maia Bikini Set in Indigo Blue by Lazul, priced at an eye-poppping £225
Friday – Grenada leopard-print halterneck bikini and shirt dress by Melissa Odabash
£220 and £384
Coleen was opting for celebrity favoured Melissa Odabash on Friday.
Sold as a separate top and bottoms for £110-a-piece, this stylish bikini is described as: ‘In a statement Odabash Cheetah Print, the Grenade Adjustable Halter neck Bikini is a must-have for your destination wardrobe…
‘The on-trend cheetah print combines with the golden metallic hardware trims. This figure flattering design features tie-back for a perfect fit for your body shape, and removable padding in the bust for an adaptable style.’
Never one to miss a style trick, Coleen paired the look with the matching Naomi Cheetah Long Shirt Dress.
The cover-up is described on the site as: ‘In this season’s striking animal print the Naomi Cheetah Button Down Maxi Shirt Dress is a transitional masterpiece to take your look from day to night in one movement…
‘The Naomi features short sleeves, subtle golden buttons and a self-tie fabric belt ideal for creating shape to the relaxed fitting shirt dress. Naomi, is truly one of the most versatile vacation pieces that you can add to your destination wardrobe this year.’
Wild thing! Coleen was opting for celebrity favoured Melissa Odabash on Friday, complete with a £220 bikini and £384 cover-up
Monday – Bia Tube One Piece by Vix
Coleen looked fabulous in her red one-piece from the luxury swimwear brand on Monday. The stylish one-piece is sold out in her bold shade yet the same version is still available in black for £215.
While she certainly looked incredible, Coleen was forced to hit back at fan speculation that she could be pregnant with her fifth child while wearing the stylish look. She explained she has ‘just put weight on’ as she took to Twitter last Monday to address queries from her followers after she was pictured on the beach.
Coleen wrote: ‘Having a great time on our favourite Island, so lucky and grateful to be here. A lot of local paparazzi on the beach as always (doesn’t stop us all having fun) seen some unflattering photos out …but no am not pregnant for them asking. I’ve just put weight on’.
The mother-of-four’s followers took to the comments to tell Coleen how great she looked. One wrote: ‘Look fabulous! Us woman have a womb so not made to have a flat tummy that area is meant to be rounded! So rude people making comments! X’
Sizzling: Coleen looked fabulous in her red one-piece from the luxury swimwear brand on Monday. The stylish one-piece is sold out in her bold shade yet the same version is still available in black for £215
Friday – Decorative Buttons Bikini Set by Balmain
The priciest addition to Coleen’s swimsuit wardrobe is this ultra flattering and exquisitely detailed Balmain set. Featuring the brand’s trademark gold buttons, the high-waisted shape perfectly highlighted her best bits.
Proving to be hugely popular, the two-piece is no longer available on the Balmain website, is sold out on Farfetch but available in red and is available in one remaining size on Luisa Viaroma.
On Farfetch, the bikini is described as: ‘Life isn’t perfect, but your beachwear can be. This rust red bikini set from Balmain is detailed with gold-tone branded decorative buttons for an extra refined touch. Is it summer yet?…
‘Featuring a top with a square neck and a back button fastening and bottoms with a high waist and a stretch fit. Swimwear must be tried on over your own garments.’
Amazing: The priciest addition to Coleen’s swimsuit wardrobe is this ultra flattering and exquisitely detailed £465 Balmain set which she sported on Friday
Friday – The Evergreen Nicolette One Piece by Agua Bendita
This frilled and belted burgundy one-piece helped nip in Coleen’s waist with chic details at the shoulder.
The costume is described on the website as: ‘Elegance is calling all swimwear LOVERS! The perfect one piece is here in a fabulous color, seamless fit and girly details.’
Coleen shared a sweet snap with her boys while wearing the swimming costume.
Stunner: On Friday she wore a £114.63 frilled and belted burgundy one-piece helped nip in Coleen’s waist with chic details at the shoulder.
Thursday – The Puerto Rico halterneck lace-up swimsuit from Melissa Odabash
£246 (now slashed to £122 in the Matches sale)
Coleen looked sensational in this plunging number which features an elegant lace-up.
The sexy piece, which Coleen paired with a chic black skirt, is described on the website as: ‘Featuring a plunging neckline, along with detailed lace-up up effect, the Puerto Rico Lace Up Halterneck One piece in Black provides you with stylish edge at the beach…
‘The Puerto Rico one piece imparts confidence, with the flattering halter neck and bold v-neckline adorned with branded eyelet detailing and eye-catching lace up, allowing you to be your best self at your tropical resort.’
Hot stuff: On Thursday, Coleen wore the Puerto Rico halterneck lace-up swimsuit from Melissa Odabash which costs £246
Back in 2014, when launching her second swimwear collection with Littlewoods, Coleen discussed her love of bikinis and swimwear, and while she has began to favour swimsuits over bikinis more in the past six years, she admitted the ‘first thing she packs’ is her swimwear.
She told Mirror: ‘I always wear a bikini on holiday, they’re the first thing I think about packing. But like anyone else I have to be careful about what I choose. There are certain shapes I’ve found that make me feel confident, so I stick to those.
‘I tend to avoid anything too skimpy on the bottom half and I look for halter neck styles on top. I’ve designed this collection with that in mind so it’s about covering up – I’m not a fan of things hanging out!’
On keeping her bikini body, she said at the time: ‘Finding the time is hard but I’m much better at focusing before a holiday. I go to the gym three days a week to do weights and interval training and I have just taken up reformer Pilates, which is tough!’