Preppy gingham and pretty florals for the sunny season.
Spring is finally here, which means we've officially got permission to start dreaming of sunny days by the shore and lounging around the pool; cold rosé, stylish sunglasses, and, naturally, stunning swimsuits. Dressing up those daydreams just got prettier and easier, thanks to Lands' End and Reese Witherspoon's beloved Draper James line, who just launched a covetable new swimwear collaboration.
The collection features a range of beautiful styles from one pieces to tankinis to bikinis, all in poppy, summer-appropriate shades and patterns. Think: fruit punch reds with lacy ruffle details, on-trend colorblocking, Draper James's signature magnolia prints, and every prepster's favorite warm weather pattern, gingham.
To help get your fantasy vacation started, we've rounded up some of our very favorite styles from the collection below—take a look, then shop the full collection at Lands' End.
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