St Barth's Tie Side Swim Skirt - Black

Sale price $24.00 Regular price $48.00
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made with recycled fibres
second skin feel
Only 32 items in stock!

Complete the Look

AMALFI WRAP DETAIL HALTER BIKINI TOP - BLACK
Amalfi Wrap Detail Halter Bikini Top
$24.00 $48.00
black
3XL
MALIBU CROP SWIM TEE - BLACK
Malibu Crop Swim Tee
$24.00 $48.00
black
2XS
MAUI WRAP DETAIL BIKINI BRIEF - BLACK
Maui Wrap Detail Bikini Brief
$22.50 $45.00
black
2XS

Product Description

The new St Barth’s Tie Side Swim Skirt gives the perfect coast-to-cocktails vibe. It’s the layering piece you’ve been looking for to throw over your bikini bottoms and still feel super put together. Picture yourself poolside - you’ve never been more ready.

  • Mini Skirt length 
  • Wrap Shape with a tie-side detail
  • A-line hem
  • Responsibly made from 85% Recycled Nylon, 15% Elastane. 

Model Info: 

  • Freya - TALA XS // UK SIZE 6-8 // HEIGHT 5’8 // BUST 32 
  • Alessa - TALA M-L // UK 14-16 // HEIGHT 5’7 //
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All TALA items are made to last. By caring for our clothes we prolong their life, so they can be worn, over and over again.Rinse in fresh cold water immediately after use

  • Hand wash up to 30 degrees inside out with similar colours
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not iron
  • Do not dry clean
  • Dry away from direct heat and sunlight
  • Swimwear can only be returned with hygiene stickers in place

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This main fabric is made from 85% recycled nylon, 15% elastane and the lining is made from 84% recycled nylon and 16% elastane from pre-consumer waste, certified by the Global Recycle Standard. 

Recycled nylon in this product comes from pre-consumer waste, which are wastes derived before they reach the consumer. This utilises yarn or fabric offcuts and needs recycling to be put again in production. 

Audited, Ethical factories: Made in Vietnam. 

WRAP (Gold) certification for responsible production. 

Oeko-Tex Standard 100 tested and certified for no harmful substances.

Read about our factories and fabrics here.

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