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Quiksilver’s upcoming retro resort capsule collection is the stuff of our 70s spring dreams 

When it comes to surfing and snowboarding style, Quiksilver has long been the place to go. Now, with its upcoming retro resort collection, we can add chilling, lunching, travelling and general groovy shenanigans to that list, too. 

The upcoming spring capsule collection pays homage to Seventies while keeping it laidback Quiksilver cool, with classic silhouettes and details given a contemporary, effortless twist that we simply want to throw on for a breezy Spring day at the beach, immediately. 

Quiksilver spring 2022 collection co-ord

Think: relaxed, fun co-ord pieces true to the brand’s surf-inspired ethos and a colour palette of mustard yellows and burnt oranges, as well as kitsch floral patterns, kick flare shapes and retro collar detailing.  

Quiksilver spring 2022 collection retro floral bikini
Quiksilver spring 2022 collection retro floral bikini

Highlights include an incredible yellow knit two-piece (above) just waiting to be thrown on with white trainers for instant cool-girl points, and this 70s-floral patterned bikini – so we can keep our retro cool going, even while surfing. 

The retro resort collection is set to release this spring at Quiksilver.co.uk.

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