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One of our favorite boutiques for clogs and neutrals so clean that no Instagram filters are necessary is doing something it's never done before. WWD reports that No. 6 Store has debuted three new swimsuits as part of its spring and summer collection.
"We felt there was room in the market for suits that would work for customers of all ages," owner and designer Karin Bereson told the paper. "We loved the idea of vintage collections or designers that carry a print through their entire collection in many iterations."
Right now, the collection is made of a one-piece and two different styles of bikinis in three different prints—gardenia, "animal," and navy dahlia—priced between $220 and $225.