O'Neill Girls' Darby Bralette Bikini Set (7-14) O'Neill Girls' Darby Bralette Bikini Set (7-14)

O'Neill Girls' Darby Bralette Bikini Set (7-14)

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  • The Darby Bralette Bikini Set is a simple, but chic design for your girl. The bow tie style bikini top and full coverage bottoms are perfect for the beach, lake or pool. 

    Fabric & Care

    • 85% Polyamide / 15% Elastane.
    • Hand wash, cold. 


    • Two band back detail on top. 
    • Cinched side detail on bottoms.
    • All over print.

    Sizing & Fit

    • Girls sizes 7-14.
    • Full coverage bottoms.

    Country of Origin

    • Made in China

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