Summer is still not over! If you’d rather give in to the heat and be outdoors catching the rays, I would suggest looking into Onia’s Summer Refresh 50/50 Series. The series is in their signature 7.5 inch trunk and include complimentary solid colors on either side. Not only are their trunks quick to dry, but this adds some color-blocking to your summer/beach look.
Make sure to take a look over on their website as they also provide this trunk in different fabrics and patterns.
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Next on our series of different fabric styles provided by men’s swimwear brand, Onia, is the
You can buy trunks made with Liberty Art Fabrics at onia.com
LIBERTY ART FABRICS
Liberty of London is one of the oldest and most exclusive fashion houses in Europe. Founded in London in 1875 as an Oriental import emporium, the store made a name for itself as purveyors of far-eastern fabrics of the finest quality. Within a few years they began producing their own materials under the label Liberty Art Fabrics. After nearly 150 years in the business, Liberty remains on the cutting edge of haute couture and we couldn’t be more proud of our partnership. Upon selection, we print on Liberty’s ultra-soft 100% brushed nylon swim fabric for use in our collections.
100% NYLON PRINTED IN ITALY
If y’all are feeling the heat as I am (due to not owning an AC in NYC during summer ), you guys might be making your way out to swim.
Perhaps its time to throw out your old, possibly oversized trunks and try to invest in a better fit/style. For the next couple of days I’ll be posting some different styles offered by one of the greater men’s swimwear brands, Onia.
Hope y’all enjoy!
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