Limited stock

Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit

Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White

Regular price $68.00
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Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit - Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White
Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit - Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White
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Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit - Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White
Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit - Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White
Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit - Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White
Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit - Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White
Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit - Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White
Our Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit in Hamptons Hot Pink is a spring and summer must. From its scallops to its bows, this sweet little suit is officially our favorite! 

-Shell: 91% Nylon 9% Spandex

-Lining: 85% Nylon 15% Spandex

-Rinse in cold water after wear. Hand wash. Lay flat to dry. 

Sir Proper's Warning:

We strongly urge you to avoid aerosol sunscreens. Spray sunscreens cause discoloration and staining. The culprit seems to be an ingredient called avobenzone. Research suggests that some lotions cause staining but this may be one of you safest bets for safe skin and lasting swimwear:

  • Neutrogena Pure & Free Baby
Limited stock

Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit

Hamptons Hot Pink with Beale Street Blue & Worth Avenue White

Regular price $68.00
/

Our Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit is a spring and summer must.

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Our Sanctuary Scallop Swimsuit in Hamptons Hot Pink is a spring and summer must. From its scallops to its bows, this sweet little suit is officially our favorite! 
Details + Care

-Shell: 91% Nylon 9% Spandex

-Lining: 85% Nylon 15% Spandex

-Rinse in cold water after wear. Hand wash. Lay flat to dry. 

Sir Proper's Warning:

We strongly urge you to avoid aerosol sunscreens. Spray sunscreens cause discoloration and staining. The culprit seems to be an ingredient called avobenzone. Research suggests that some lotions cause staining but this may be one of you safest bets for safe skin and lasting swimwear:

  • Neutrogena Pure & Free Baby

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