Nya Smocked Bandeau Top - Black Crinkle Linen

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Sale price: $53.00 Regular price: $88.00
California vibes. With an easy pull-on fit and delicate lettuce edge detail, the Nya Smocked Bandeau Top is made with a stretchy plant-based fabric that supports your every move.

Wear it under the Playa Linen Oversized Shirt or pair with the Nya Smocked Beach Pant for the perfect go anywhere set.

Size
Size Guide
It gives 50% coverage
Snug Fit Oversized Fit
Final Sale – This item cannot be returned or exchanged.
Fit Details

• Smocking provides flattering fit
• Lettuce edge detail
• Model is 5' 9.5'', 33C bust, 26" waist, 37" hips and is wearing size Small.

Fabric + Care Instructions

Handwash in cold water, dry flat. 80% Linen + 20% Organic Cotton

Handwash in cold water, dry flat. 80% Linen + 20% Organic Cotton

Handwash in cold water, dry flat. 80% Linen + 20% Organic Cotton

Handwash in cold water, dry flat. 80% Linen + 20% Organic Cotton

Sustainability

Crinkle Linen, our newest plant-based fabric is lightweight, breathable, and oh so soft. Made from European Flax linen and GOTS certified organic cotton. In our mission to cut plastic, this product comes in recyclable packaging.

Crinkle Linen, our newest plant-based fabric is lightweight, breathable, and oh so soft. Made from European Flax linen and GOTS certified organic cotton. In our mission to cut plastic, this product comes in recyclable packaging.

Crinkle Linen, our newest plant-based fabric is lightweight, breathable, and oh so soft. Made from European Flax linen and GOTS certified organic cotton. In our mission to cut plastic, this product comes in recyclable packaging.

Crinkle Linen, our newest plant-based fabric is lightweight, breathable, and oh so soft. Made from European Flax linen and GOTS certified organic cotton. In our mission to cut plastic, this product comes in recyclable packaging.

Sustainability is Sexy

Our Promise

Our beachwear is made with the finest materials and finishes, ensuring a product that will fit and wear beautifully for years to come. From using recycled and organic textiles and packaging materials to choosing energy-efficient and local factories, we are constantly seeking new sustainability practices— and encouraging others in to do the same.