Vitamin A Trade Wind Dress Ren Stripe

Vitamin A Trade Wind Dress Ren Stripe
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Vitamin A

Trade Wind Dress Ren Stripe

Was $130 Now $65 (50% off)

FINAL SALE - No returns accepted

This product is sold out and currently not available.
Perfect for beach or brunch, this airy column T dress features a textured stripe, V neckline and low back. Mostly open at the sizes - pair with your favorite bikini and you're ready to go!
  • Fabric: 100% Cotton
  • Care: Hand Wash
  • Imported.
  • Size and Fit: Model is in size S, Model is 5 ft 9 in, bust 32 in, waist 23.5 in, hips 34 in
  • Vitamin A style 8WDL REN
  • Item No. 44324

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About the designer

Vitamin A swimwear - making sure you get your daily dose of Vitamin D.

Designer and founder, Amahlia Stevens, is an inspiration to the fashion community. She was the first to elevate women's swimwear with neutral color palettes and to take the environment into consideration when designing her bikinis. All of her suits are made sustainably and locally. Stevens even created Vitamin A's signature EcoLux Fabric made from recycled nylon. Vitamin A also donates a percentage of sales towards environmental organizations that protect and preserve clean water.

Stevens truly understands a woman's body, and fit has always been the most important element in her designs. So it's no surprise that her bikinis have been sported by super babes Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow, Halle Berry, Heidi Klum and many many more.

Trust us when we say no bikini collection is complete without a Vitamin A Bikini. We love it for its super luxe fabric that lasts, its sustainability that is so important for our planet, and it's on-trend silhouettes. You know you're going to feel and look amazing!

More than 95% of Vitamin A products - including many of the fabrics themselves - are manufactured locally in Southern California. Their proprietary EcoLux fabric is a technically and environmentally superior luxe fabric made from recycled nylon. They put eco-consciousness at the heart of everything they do - from partnering with organizations that protect the environment to the sustainable packaging they use.