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Bikini

$39.00

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Feel the heat with this bright and comfortable bikini! The top is similar in style to a sports bra for extra support and a great look while lounging on sandy beaches.

• 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• Fabric weight: 6.78 oz/yd² (230 g/m²), weight may vary by 5%
• Chlorine-resistant fabric
• UPF 38-40
• Cheeky fit
• Finished with a soft, elastic piping material
• Reversible design

Size guide

  CHEST WAIST HIPS
XS (inches) 33 ⅛ 25 ¼ 35 ⅜
S (inches) 34 ⅝ 26 ¾ 37
M (inches) 36 ¼ 28 ⅜ 38 ⅝
L (inches) 37 ¾ 29 ⅞ 40 ⅛
XL (inches) 41 33 ⅛ 43 ¼
2XL (inches) 44 ⅛ 36 ¼ 46 ½
3XL (inches) 47 ¼ 39 ⅜ 49 ⅝
  CHEST WAIST HIPS
XS (cm) 84 64 90
S (cm) 88 68 94
M (cm) 92 72 98
L (cm) 96 76 102
XL (cm) 104 84 110
2XL (cm) 112 92 118
3XL (cm) 120 100 126
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