2019 Boyleg Bikini One Piece Backless Swimwear & 40 UPF Rashies Released

Men and women in search of trendy swimwear that’s hardwearing can now view the exceptional 2019 line-up just released by The Store Music Talks, a designer streetwear outlet.

Hornsby, New South Wales-based, The Store Music Talks, a stylish fashion clothing outlet that specializes in unique designer streetwear has announced the release of their 2019 swimwear range. The exceptional quality, unique designs and fabrics, and fashionable colors make the diverse new range a ‘must view’ before summer.

More information is available at https://thestore.musictalks.xyz.

Launched just in time for summer in Australia and New Zealand, The Store Music Talks’ extensive 2019 swimwear line-up includes trendy boy-legs, bikinis, and backless one-piece women’s swimmers, and board shorts for men. The complete range consists of some of the most durable fabric on the market. Plus, many suits have a padded inner liner giving the suits extended life.

All swimwear comes in the latest trendy designs and stunning, vibrant colors. Aura, rose, indigenous, camo, wolf tattoo and graffiti, as well as indie are just some of the stunning fabrics on offer. Also, all suits are fade resistant with advanced heat simulation testing techniques used to determine durability.

For those who have sensitive skin, The Store Music Talks also have a collection of long sleeved rashies available. These ingenious products are not only ideal for swimming, but they also have a UPF of 38-40 that prevents sun damage.

The Store Music Talks combines singer and songwriter Tracey Arbon’s loves of music, artist services and fashion into one. Offering a collection of swimsuits, skirts, skater dresses, leggings, t-shirts and apparel, as well as music and musician services enables this store to provide visitors with an exceptional collection that’s sure to delight.

When asked about the latest swimsuit release, Tracey Arbon said, “I’m so excited about our new swimwear line because of the quality. I’m really pedantic about quality and things that will last. It’s fine to go and grab a cheap swimsuit for a season, but quite often they don’t even last a season and look faded and eaten away at by chorine etc. So, the fact that these swimmers have that padded lining ads so much in itself.”

To find out more about The Store Music Talks visit the link above or https://musictalks.xyz. Visitors to the website can learn more about the fashion on offer, Tracey Arbon and her work, and the musician services available. Those wishing to contact Tracey Arbon can do so via email at thestore.musictalks.xyz@gmail.com.

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