AW Fashion: Sun, Sand 876Chic Beachwear

Monday, September 24, 2018

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876Chic Beachwear curates a wide range of fashionable and trendy slip-ons for the beach, pool and just about any water situation. The quaint everything-swim shop in Westron Plaza in the Second City was discovered by AW Fashion last Thursday during the Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out (TSO) road tour in the parish.

The go-to boutique provides metallic bikini sets, sheer polka dot bikinis, on-trend colour-block lace-up one-pieces, sheer short sets, and belted maillots. One of the most requested pieces, however, is the multi-tie money print monokini – which can be fashioned in many ways.

AW Fashion recommends you update your swimwear game.

876Chic Beachwear is located at:

Shop # 6

Westron Plaza

17 Harbour Street

Montego Bay

Opening hours:

Monday – Thursday: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Fridays & Saturdays: 10:30 am – 8:00 pm

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876Chic Beachwear Sales Representative Shadae Robinson showcases the low-cut monokini with a biker vibe, and the soft pink two-piece pant set.

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This two-toned printed maillot is also available at 876Chic Beachwear.

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Motorsport-inspired colour-block bikini set.

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The on-trend print-and-colour-blocked yellow monokini is perfect for a lazy day at the beach.

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The motorsport trend follows with the traditional black and white check, and colour-block yellow and red.

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The trendy money print monokini and electric blue one-piece.

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The deep-V, high-cut monokini in blue jacquard is worn by 876Chic Beachwear sales representative Tijauna McKay.

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