Vibrancy Women's Triangle String Bikini

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  • Regular price $56.99
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About The Art

Vibrancy

Setting your vibrance apart from others.

Product Details

Featuring adjustable top and bottom with modest coverage, our Women's Triangle String Bikini is a simple and timeless piece. This suit is padded and stretchy, offering full comfort, support, and UV protection.

  • Smooth, breathable fabric
  • Triangle cups, removable padding
  • Neck, back, side ties
  • UPF 50+
  • Printed, cut, and handmade

Size & Fit

  • Fitted, adjustable ties
  • Moderate bust/cheek coverage
  • Model is 5'9 wearing size Small


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