As part of our collaboration with Radimo‘s Dan Owens-Ried, we asked her to pick names of beaches that meant something special. The Montrose top is named after where Dan grew up.
In their own words, “I grew up kind of all over, lived in 11 cities before I was 9 years old (those are just the ones I can remember). I say I grew up in South Carolina because it’s the longest we stayed in one place, most of memeories are of SC, and my dad is still there – that’s where I visit when I go home. Chicago is where I say I did my real growing up. In 2008, at 21 years old I moved there to pursue all my comedy dreams. Being on my own for the first time, being a queer kid in a big city for the first time, figuring out how to pay bills, rent an apartment, film a web-series, start a band, everything I wanted to do I just figured out how to do on my own. Chicago is one of my favorite cities in the world. I could walk to Montrose Beach from my first apartment and it’s still one of the chillest ones to take a walk on when I go back to visit. I miss it every day.”
This is one of our most androgynous cut swim tops we’ve designed. With a gender-neutral cut and mesh details, it can be worn by anyone and always look amazing.
When picking a size, we recommend you use our size chart for guidance. If you’re looking for maximum compression and you fall between sizes, we recommend you go with the smaller size. Remember, this is not a binder, it’s a compression top designed and made to swim and be active in.