I first wrote about Seea founder and designer Amanda Chinchelli Greer back in 2012, just months after she’d launched her San Clemente-based swimwear company specializing in vintage-inspired pieces for women who surf. Since then, she’s partnered up with various local shops and companies, including Vans, and has had her gorgeous designs featured in O, The Oprah Magazine.
Seea’s newest collaboration is with women’s clothing retailer Anthropologie. The three exclusive styles available in the Vintage Rose collection feature a blend of stripes and classic florals.
There’s the Zuma one-piece with a very feminine silhouette, the Jalama bikini with a bustier-inspired top and a secure tie at the back of the bottom, and the Hermosa swim shirt with a sweetheart neckline. I already own a Seea rash guard (the Doheny) but this new collection is so adorable I can barely resist getting one of each style.