Item Type: One Piece
Pattern Type: Solid
Material: Spandex, Polyester
Make sure to wash your swimsuit after each and every wear—even if you don’t go in the water.
“Sunscreens contain ingredients that can be damaging to the fabric and can lead to the eventual
breakdown of the material. To top it off, some SPFs are more detrimental than others.
Mineral-based lotions and oil formulations can cause yellowing or gradual
stains over time if swimsuits are not washed properly.
Another reason to be meticulous about washing your suit, particularly if you’re taking a dip in the pool?
Chlorine is harsher on swimwear fabrics than fresh and salt water and can leave
bright colors especially susceptible to fading.
But don’t throw your swimsuit in the washing machine or use just any old detergent.
For best results, wash your swimsuit by hand and use a detergent specifically designed for
delicates or high spandex-content fabrics
Swim fashion is something that we, as a retail brand, take very seriously because
we know that women’s swimwear holds an important place not only in your wardrobe, but in
your daily routine as well, and we want you to be able to dress to impress in the best of
the best each day that you’re at the beach.