Is it a cover-up or an outfit-maker? Yes to both. Slip this airy front-tie kimono over your swimsuit when you want a little extra coverage and comfort. Or, let it complement your post-swim look to take you from the beach to brunch. Rendered in a petal-pushing print, larger-than-life tropical florals paint a destination-worthy canvas to make a major statement. Adding shape to the breezy silhouette, the built-in drawstring lets you cinch to your waist and tie in front to keep you covered.
- Kimono swimwear cover-up
- Relaxed silhouette
- Front-tie closure
- Dolman sleeves
- Drawstring waistband
- Petals in Bloom print
Measure around the fullest part of your bust.
Measure around the narrowest part (typically the small of your back and where your body bends side to side).
Measure around the fullest part of your hips.
Measure from the high point of your shoulders (between your neck base and shoulder joint) over the fullest part of your bust through your legs and up your back to the starting point.
Always rinse your suit
After swimming in the ocean or pool always rinse your swimsuit in lukewarm tap water. This will help eliminate most of the salt and chlorine that can potentially damage your swim suit material.
Squeeze out excess moisture
Squeeze out excess moisture. DO NOT wring or twist your suit. Hang out to dry or lay on a flat surface. Do not put suit in direct sunlight to dry. Sunlight may cause colors to fade. When applying sun tanning lotion or oil try not to get it on your swimsuit material. The oils cause the elastics in your suit to breakdown.
Never wash your swimsuit in the washer or dryer.
Never wash your swimsuit in the washer or dryer. When needed, wash by hand in lukewarm water and use a soft detergent. Never bleach or iron swimwear. Avoid rough surfaces as it may pull and pill fabric.