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About Submarine

When it comes to being kid-appropriate, Rio de Janeiro’s standard beach fashions are often anything but. Yet Brazilian swimwear label Submarine manages to tone things down with its upscale swimwear collection for little girls. Created in 1993 by clothing designers Deborah and Marcelo Soriano, Submarine combines quality fabrics with sharp silhouettes and bright floral, striped and geometric prints. Beading, eyelets, and ruffles give the brand's bikinis and one-pieces an extra dose of sophistication. Pretty cover-ups, peasant tops and sundresses are also part of Submarine’s collection, which fits girls ages two to ten years old.

Past Sales Featuring Submarine

Sale Ended May 13, 2013

Here Comes the Sun: Kids' Swimwear

Get kids ready to dive into summer fun with this selection of more than 60 swimsuits. Handpicked by our buyers, who look for quality suits with the cutest patterns, this bright array will make it easy to spot your little one in the pool or the ocean.

Sale Ended May 08, 2013

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Picks

Spot a piece with your little one's name on it? Snag it before it's too late — each item in this huge assortment is the only one of its kind left in stock. Find some of our favorite items for kids, including casual and dress-up clothes, charming shoes, and more.

Sale Ended December 24, 2012

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Kids' Picks

Spot a piece with your little one's name on it? Snag it before it's too late — each item in this assortment is the only one of its kind left in stock. Find some of our favorite items for kids, including cheery casual clothes, cozy coats, charming shoes, and more.

Sale Ended April 22, 2013

Kids' Trend: Color Me Rad - 4/20/2013

The kids' color palette for spring and summer is made up of bright hues — we can't get enough of them! "Greens are taking center stage, and everyone should be thinking pink," says our Apparel Buyer, Caroline. Here we have outfits that will keep little ones cool as the weather warms up.