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"And Those Who Were Seen Dancing
Were Thought To Be Insane
By Those Who Could Not Hear The Music"



Welcome to Those Seen Dancing...

Bikinis have been an obsession of mine since I've been about 10 years old. I had a corporate job in a completely different industry for nearly 7 years before I realized I needed to commit to pursuing my true passion. I will be forever grateful for the opportunities and experiences that came during that time; however, I felt like I didn't fit in and wasn’t able to be myself, and was unfulfilled doing what I was doing. Now I create for a living, designing swimwear for the dynamic modern woman who has the power to choose to wear what she wants when she wants freely—and isn’t afraid to show some skin.

Those Seen Dancing embodies a balance of edgy and feminine, modern and classic, with the understanding that it isn't about the bikini she’s wearing, but rather how she feels wearing it. I hope whatever you purchase makes you feel like the baddest version of You.

So here’s a shout out to all my hustlers, homeowners, business owners, mamas, daughters, newlyweds, independent women, 9-5ers, midnight-8ers, healers, leaders, educators, creatives, doesn’t matter what you do, if you’re waking up every day to do something that makes you HAPPY and makes you come ALIVE, this is for you.


Xx Keari


Our Mission

At THOSE SEEN DANCING we want women to feel bold, confident, and sexy wearing our suits.
We want to inspire women to never be afraid to be themselves.
We want women to feel confident in their own skin,
which sometimes means breaking out of their comfort zone.


We hope our pieces inspire you to live a life you're passionate about.


And remind you to always listen for the music.






*The quote above is widely credited to philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche; however, substantive evidence has not been identified proving Nietzsche used this expression. Based on current evidence the statement’s origin seems to be anonymous, although the general idea of the saying has a long history. Read more at