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Hill House Home Now Has Swimwear, and It’s Selling Fast


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We’re big Hill House Home fans, and the brand behind the cult-favorite Nap Dress has now released swimwear. The suits are based off the bestselling Ellie Nap Dress, so if you’re already in love with your dresses, just wait until you see the swim. The brand has started with one bikini and a one-piece, and they’re already selling fast, so if you want yours in time for summer, get shopping ASAP.

The styles come in two colorways, a classic pink and a light blue floral. The ruffled straps are flirty and fun, and the backs have moderate to cheeky coverage. Plus, the brand has also come out with sunglasses, a beach towel, and a little pouch to keep your essentials. Everything’s been accounted for, so all you have to do is shop.

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