Jasmine Marine Pareo Sarong
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Jasmine Marine Pareo Sarong by Agua Bendita.
Gorgeous overall floral print over a solid black background. Wrap around hips, drape behind back as a shawl as well as cross ends in front and tie behind neck for a maxi dress look. Measures approx 67″ by 47″. Large enough to lay out like a towel for a day of tanning.
Looks great with your favorite solid black, red and white bikinis.
About Agua Bendita:
Founded by Catalina Álvarez and Mariana Hinestroza, two friends who believed in one dream. Their passion for design in combination with unique and exclusively swimsuits. A desire to portray to the world a window into their country fuels each collection. Special attention to detail is explored through contemporary style as well as unique embroidery and accessory hardware.
Confidence in their own skills together with a strong sense of entrepreneurship continues to drive the company into new creative areas within the fashion world. Exploring other cultures, diverse styles created by not only one dressmaker but also other women around the world inspires them to seek exclusive collaborative results. They have worked with international icons such as Bar Refaeli, Irina Shayk, Izobel Goulart, Candice Swanepoel, Sara Sampaio and Kendall Jenner in their campaigns. In this way, they provide opportunity for workplaces around the world. Thousands of women create and wear in more than 50 countries, in which Agua Bendita is present.
From their Bio:
Catalina is a joyful, charismatic and creative woman. Her life turns around creating collections with Mariana while she shares time with her two children, Valerio and Alegría. Mariana is an athlete. A ballet dancer for many years, she applies the discipline learned from it to be a talented and structured designer. She has a strong character and enormous heart that makes her want to help everyone she’s in the capacity to do so. Mariana’s son is Valentino. Catalina and Mariana share their lives as partners, friends, designers and mothers.
Agua Bendita garments are the result of combining the passion of the designers and the original artisan work of hundreds of Colombian women.
Click here to see their 2019 Lookbook.