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Add this fun and feminine Ren Swim Skirt to your swim collection for a bottom that provides style and sun protection in the water.
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Runs large - very loose
very thin - cheap fabric
Fit: Feels too big
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nice looking and decent quality product but was shocked that it didn't come with a built in 'bikini bottom'. i must have overlooked that in the product description?? decided to keep it anyway but now have to look for something to wear under (which shouldn't be too hard to find)
OAK PARK, IL
Fit: Feels true to size
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Mooloolaba™ is a small beach town tucked away from the hustle and bustle in Queensland, Australia. It is also the name of the sporty and chic watersport clothing company that is inspired by the outback. Also all of Mooloolaba swimwear and clothing is made in the USA. The Mooloolaba mission is to dress you for the beach, give you a G'day smile and connect you with the environment. The bright, popping colors, aboriginal names and some nature-inspired prints do just that.
The popular swimwear and surf wear lines include Mooloolaba boardshorts, Mooloolaba bikinis, Mooloolaba rashguards and Mooloolaba one-piece swimwear. Mooloolaba even carries sleeveless, hooded rashguards that are perfect for SUP (Stand Up Paddle boarding). With your arms free but your head and neck covered, you are ready to paddle board. Mooloolaba sportswear is also great for surfing swimming, the boardwalk or any other surf and sand combo.
Mooloolaba is all about connecting with the environment, which also means protecting it. Some of the Mooloolaba swimsuits, Mooloolaba t-shirts and Mooloolaba dresses are made with organic cotton or organic bamboo fibers. To promote a better tomorrow, G'day!
Tulang: from the heat
Wambiri: sea coast
Awonga: sheet of water
Kawana: town near Mooloolaba, Australia
Tamamara: beach town in Sydney, Australia
Bribie: an island on the Queensland Coast