Eberjey

Roxie Shelf Bra Teddy

$94.00
The pattern of this floaty teddy calls to mind both herringbone inlay and the feathered tail of an arrow. All in driftwood grey accented with pops of peach pom-poms? Perfection. Learn More

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Now this is just the kind of night at the Roxie that we can get down with. Effortlessly floaty viscose in a classic shorty romper shape also has a subtle built in bra for a little bit of oomph. In our favorite new palette combo (a driftwood grey with pops of peach) is covered all over in a chevron pattern that calls to mind both herringbone inlay and the feathered tail of an arrow and accented with a little pom pom. It's perfectly tribal-modern and a whole lot of fun. Sounds right up our alley.

Wear With

  • Eberjey

    Roxie Bralet

    $54.00

    Soft, lovely, and totally fun, the pattern of this pretty softbra reminds us of the feathered tail of an arrow. Add on the pops of peach against driftwood and we're in love.

  • Eberjey

    Roxie Thong

    $40.00

    Totally surfer girl chic, this sweet little bottom features our new favorite palette combo (peach + driftwood grey), a gorgeous herringbone pattern, and a pom pom. Win.

Features

  • Fully-adjustable straps
  • Soft knit with lace trim at neckline and hem
  • Inner shelf bra for added support
  • Drawstring waist with contrast tassles

Fit Notes

Details

  • Hand wash in lukewarm water with an extra-gentle lingerie wash; gently squeeze out excess water and lay flat to dry

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