O’Neill Summer ’18 collection

Yay! The new collection of O’Neill is out! Curious about the clothing? Let me share my favorite items:

About O’Neill

O’Neill is a California surf, snow and lifestyle brand. It was founded in 1952 by a man named Jack who loved surfing. The brand pioneered in the world first neoprene surf wetsuit. Jack opened his first surf shop in his garage soon after. It’s an innovative brand who wants to inspire people and empower them to do what they love doing most!

New collection: a blast from the past

The new collection of O’Neill consists of their best items from the past, but re-issued as new! You can find designs from the 80s and 90s, put in a new jacket. There is lots of color and cool graphics in the designs and looks awesome.

My favorites:

1. Bathing suit

My absolute favorite item from their newest collection is this bathing suit. I love the bright colors, the deep back and powermesh shaping. It has removable padding, which comes in handy as well! €49.99O'Neill bathing suit back O'Neill bathing suit

2. Matching shirt

This shirt matches the bathing suit perfectly. They have it in black as well but I love the white color ’cause it looks cute when you’re tanned in summer. I’d tie it up to a croptop on top of my bathing suit! It’s made of 100 percent organic cotton and again inspired by the bright colors in the 90s. €35.99

O’Neill shirt

3. Bikini in black & white

I love the back of this bikini so much! The bright accent is the perfect finishing touch, the logo has a neon style. In front it looks like a sportsbra, with a over-the-neck top. I guess it’s perfect to be active in, like play some beach volleybal, surf, … The bottom is high-waisted, which I really like. Top €39.99, bottom €29.99

O'Neill bikini

O'Neill bikini top

There are some nice pieces for men in the collection as well, and ofcourse more items for woman too! Is there anything you like? 🙂



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