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Everything But Water’s Bride to Beach program

Last week, I went to New Jersey to check out the store, Everything But Water. The concept is that you can get everything for a great vacation at this store. Everything, that is, but water! Everything But Water is launching a new service called Bride to Beach. This is an incredible program in which brides can get personalized service at the store to prepare for the honeymoon.

Everything But Water takes a bite out of the work for the bride by offering designer swimwear, coverups, sunglasses, etc, as well as a checklist for the bride’s honeymoon, 15% off all items in the store with a minimum combined purchase of $350 and a votive travel candle. While the bride and her party shops, they are offered sweet treats/ refreshments and private fittings, all in a relaxed environment, guided by the experienced staff. The bride can also personal her bathing suit with a customized Swarovski Crystal text design in a variety of colors. They are uber cute!! You can put Mrs., Bride or Just Married.

I had so much fun at the store!! I was obsessed with the green bikini top above. They carry lines like Michael Kors, Nanette Lepore and Betsey Johnson. I loved the bathing suits. They carry current trends, as well as classic, conservative suits for more mature looks. I also fell in love with a changeable necklace by Iacoli & McAllister. Click here to check it out.

Everything But Water has stores all over the country so check online to find a store near you. Go to www.everythingbutwater.com to see their collection.

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Tabitha St. Bernard is a Trinidadian sustainable designer and blogger. She co-founded and designs the Zero Waste clothing label, Tabii Just, which is made in NYC. She blogs for ladyandtheblog.com, gettinggorgeous.com, styleandthestartup.com, fitceleb.com and thexcene.com. Her personal blog is tabsonfashion.com.

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  1. As an Everything But Water employee, I have to say I’m really excited to start this new service and happy that it’s not just a temporary thing.

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