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This Swimwear Collab Will Inspire Maximum Instagram Jealousy

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    Nothing against our recent holiday staycation — we did finally pick up that dry cleaning we'd had on hold for month — but there's just no substitute for the honest-to-goodness vacation. You know, the kind where you hop on a plane and go somewhere that you can't reach by subway. Preferably someplace where they don't have a word for snow. But, if a beach vacation is in your near future, we're jealous you'll definitely want to check out the new Pret-à-Surf x Thakoon collection.

    Available at Barneys, the six-piece collaboration between New York-based swimwear label Pret-à-Surf and Thakoon Panichgul includes bikini tops, bottoms, and stretchy nylon tees in navy, nautical stripe, and the delicate, baby-blue paisley print from Thakoon Addition's pre-spring '14 collection. These limited-edition pieces, which are made to be mixed and matched, hit that sweet spot between fashionable and functional — and they're definitely way cooler than your average rash guard.

    Click on to see each piece in all its surfer-girl glory. Everyone will be envy-liking your sunny Instagram snaps in no time.


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