Antonia Gorga Stuns in Melissa’s Lime Green Bikini

Melissa Gorga and her daughter Antonia Gorga are proof that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree - especially on the fashion front! The daughter of the Real Housewives of New Jersey recently wore an adorable bathing suit that Melissa happened to look very familiar while out in East Hampton, New York.
On July 5th, Antonia took to Instagram to share glimpses of her swimwear. The teenager beamed in a lime green two-piece that included a bandeau top and high-waisted pants. Antonia paired the stunning neon bikini with beige mules and a white long-sleeved button-down shirt with large front pockets. Her long hair was parted in the middle and she finished off her look with gold bracelets and a bubblegum pink manicure and pedicure.
As it turns out, Antonia got the swimsuit from a place we all know and love: Melissa's closet (which you can learn more about in the video above). "Um, that's my bathing suit," Melissa commented under the picture of her daughter.
Melissa also posted Antonia's snaps to her own Instagram story, adding, "Help me Lord."
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The Gorga ladies can't seem to get enough of bright green bathing suits. Back in April, Melissa shared photos of herself in a stunning one-piece with a striking hue while enjoying a trip to Turks & Caicos for The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip. Melissa opted for another neon green number in 2020, which she paired with a black Dior visor. "All tanned and going nowhere," she wrote.
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