Who better to model Doja Cat’s new clothing collaboration collection with PrettyLittleThing than the singer herself? The body confidence icon stripped down and celebrated her natural but “Juicy” curves—and seriously flat abs—on social media, sharing an Instagram post of her in a neon green bikini. “This is the beginning of something really special for me and I hope everyone enjoys this creation as much as I do!” Doja, 25, said in a press statement. “A beautiful pop of color for summer and wearable pieces for all year round.” In honor of the performer’s new launch, read on to hear 5 things she has said about self-love—and to see the striking bikini look with which she’s launched the new line.
NEW YORK, March 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Dia & Co, the leading clothing and lifestyle brand for style in sizes 10-32, announced today the launch of it’s newest category: swimwear — continuing their mission to provide every woman access to stylish options that make her look and feel her best. The collections represent Dia’s belief in the power of style to transform, and provide customers with fun, fresh, fashion-forward swimwear. A digital-only retailer and community of more than 5 million women, Dia & Co is launching with top swim brands to offer its community an expansive selection of swimwear across a broad range of styles, silhouettes and sizes.
HOUSTON, Feb. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — It may still be winter, but it is never too soon to start preparing for swimsuit season. With this mindset, Schmidt Clothing is thrilled to announce that its 2021 women’s swimwear collection is now available.
The collection is nothing short of impressive for the 2021 swim season. It includes a variety of styles. Shoppers can look for a bikini, a one-piece or accessories. The different cuts have been paired with cute embellishments and fun prints. These styles are distinct enough to appeal to every shopper, and they are definitely on the cutting-edge of fashion.
- Jamie Alexander created Rubies, a line of clothing for transgender girls in 2020.
- He was inspired by his daughter, Ruby, who transitioned when she was 9.
- The brand sells swimwear that’s designed to be comfortable for transgender kids and teens.
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Jamie Alexander is a Toronto, Canada, father who designed a swimwear brand made for transgender girls inspired by his daughter, Ruby.
For years, Alexander watched as his now-12-year-old daughter struggled to find swimsuits that she felt comfortable wearing. He told Insider that Ruby, who transitioned when she was 9, often wore board shorts and sweatpants in place of traditional swimsuits, but at age 11, she expressed interest in wearing a bikini.
Alexander told Insider that he couldn’t find many options for form-fitting clothes or swimwear designed for transgender kids or teenagers, so he decided to make his own.
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What is UPF clothing?
Sun protective, or UPF, clothing works by blocking out the sun’s harmful rays. But when it comes to this type of clothing and accessories, there are two terms that people often confuse: SPF and UPF.
SPF stands for sun protection factor, a measurement of how long a sunscreen (and not clothing) will protect you from the sun before you get burned. “It’s important to note that SPF measures only ultraviolet B, where UPF measures both ultraviolet B and ultraviolet A rays’ blockage,” said Charles E. Crutchfield III, MD, clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Minnesota Medical School.
The transition from days at the office to a commute that consists of a lap around the living room has for many, resulted in a newfound attachment to relaxed dressing. Now, with businesses partially opened and differing rules from region to region, the predicament invites a lingering thought: Is summer still on? For those whose happy place lies somewhere between shopping and sunbathing, what that really means is, “What do I do with my 15 bikinis?” While you may not feel ready to returning to the beach or a public pool anytime soon, wearing your bikini top with regular clothes at least still stand a chance to see the outdoors by incorporating them into your wardrobe in non-traditional ways. If you choose, the result can be just as comfy as well-loved your at-home attire.