Jantzen Women’s Solid Novelty Shoulder Draped Surplice One Piece Swimsuit, Night Ocean, 14
Jantzen Women's Solid Novelty Shoulder Draped Surplice One Piece Swimsuit, Night Ocean, 14
- Solid one-piece bathing suit with wide, printed straps
- Built-in tummy control panels smooth and slim your figure
- Sewn-in cups for additional coverage
- Adjustable straps give you a comfortable and 'custom' fit
- Fully lined for additional coverage
Every woman needs her swimwear basics to build her summer wardrobe - but there's nothing basic about this one-piece. With its v-neck design and wide, printed straps, it flatters the figure and enhances your bust while still delivering superior coverage. With its adjustable straps to find your comfort level, removable cups for added coverage and tummy control paneling that smoothest your figure, this may become your favorite bathing suit (don't say we didn't worn you). lounge on your next cruise in this body-loving one-piece from Jantzen.
Jantzen Women's Solid Novelty Shoulder Draped Surplice One Piece Swimsuit, Night Ocean, 14, Jantzen Women's Swimwear
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