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Meet the Beach Blazer

Rosé finally has the wardrobe companion it’s been waiting for
The Bask toweling blazer

Every summer has its vice.

In 2015 it was the oversize pool float, which appeared on Instagram in unicorn or flamingo form, endlessly squished between moist, golden thighs. In 2017 it was the RompHim, a carefree merger of shorts and shirt that started as a Kickstarter campaign and somehow swelled to seemingly

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