Marilyn One Piece - Ponderosa

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Fit and Product Details

  • Supportive shelf
  • Removable cups
  • One shoulder with a flutter across the top

Fabric and Care

  • Nylon/Spandex - fade resistant, durable, fully lined, breathable 
  • UPF 45 protection
  • Four way stretch
  • Wash with cold water or by hand. Hang to dry (do not put in dryer).

Veronica (model in the first three photos) is a size 6 and wearing a small. Rebecca (model in last four photos) is a size 4 and wearing a small.

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The style is really cute and the fabric is thick but the torso is kind of short, and I have a short torso to begin with

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Beautiful full piece bathing suit. You can even wear it as a body suit.

Erica H.
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The color of this suit is really beautiful, it's a deep, vibrant green. When it's on, it's super flattering. I am a size 12/14 and I bought the XL and it fits wonderfully. The ruffle, the side seam, it's all so pretty. This suit gives this Mama the confidence to wear the damn suit and have fun this summer. Thank you for designing something so beautiful that you don't have to be a size 0 to wear,

United States United States
So freaking cute!

I love this suit so much! I honestly plan to wear it as a bodysuit, it's going to look fancy with a skirt or black pants. It fit TTS, is very forgiving on my thick waist, and stays in place well.

Cynthia D.
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Cute suit but not for long torso.

I loved the color me ribbed fabric! Even though I am short I have a really long torso and short legs and unfortunately the body was a little too short for me so that the side that isn’t supported by the shoulder strap was pulling downwards which was a wardrobe malfunction in the making.