Vitamin A’s Comfortable Hoodie Beach Sweater
Definitely the most comfortable hoodie beach sweater you’ll ever own.
Lightweight as well as loose construction. Fabric drapes and hugs your curves in all the right places. Hemline is long enough to serve as a cover up. Great for layering.
Slip over a lacy bodysuit. Also, wear together with a brami and your favorite shorts, jeans or leggings. From ankle to over-the-knee boots, sandals and flats — style possibilities are endless!
Perfect example of what to wear on or off the beach.
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About Vitamin A:
California native Amahlia Stevens founded her company in 2000. For this reason, all swimwear is created as well as produced locally in California. Attention to feminine design remains her goal. Vitamin A’s unique style resonates not only with original fans but also with celebrities worldwide. Also frequently modeled in Sports Illustrated.
Environmental concern is key. Inasmuch as a portion of proceeds go to organizations that protect our oceans. From using both energy-efficient and local factories to encouraging others to do the same. Notably first in the industry for developing fabric recycled from nylon fibers. EcoLux remains a fan favorite for its second skin feel as well as fit. New in 2019, EcoRib is sexy, stretchy, and superfine ribbed texture.
A significant factor with Vitamin A, they are a 100% female-run company. They feel strongly about empowering the next generation of women. Another portion of their proceeds are donated to Girls, Inc. A nonprofit that “delivers life-changing programs and experiences that equip girls to overcome serious barriers to grow up smart, strong and bold.”
From Vitamin A’s Bio:
Amahlia is inspired by ‘70s beach glamour and the modern muses who collect her designs. “We’re all about effortless, natural sexiness and that laid-back West Coast vibe that is in our DNA.”
Read about a special celebration of Earth Day, partnered with Playa Viva and Regenerative Resorts: www.vitaminaswim.com/blogs/news/welcome-to-paradise