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SOLBARI stocked at the Cancer Council

SOLBARI stocked at the Cancer Council

As many of you already know, SOLBARI's popular swim dresses are stocked at the Cancer Council in Australia and selling fast.

The Cancer Council sent the following email to their Supporters today and we love it!

Dear Supporter,

Thinking of going on holiday to escape winter but don’t want to pack too much?

We have the solution for you! The new stylish SOLBARI swim dress is multi-purpose (wear as a top or a dress) and offers great skin coverage.

Made from luxuriously soft and breathable Italian-made swimwear fabric, it’s both salt water and chlorine resistant so it’s perfect for a holiday by the pool or at the beach.



The SOLBARI Team

This blog post is for information purposes only.



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