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Once Again, Rooftop at Revere Is Outfitted in Pret-a-Surf

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Rooftop at Revere is back for its second season of rooftop lounging, opening its 16,000 square foot space atop the Revere Hotel and overlooking Boston's skyline this past Saturday. In addition to local art curated by Lot F gallery, the staff will again be outfitted in styles from contemporary beach-meets-street line Pret-a-Surf, founded by longtime friends Jill Demling (Vogue entertainment editor and Massachusetts native) and Karen Mulligan (studio manager for celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz).

Similar to last year's collection, the selected Spring/Summer 2014 pieces are slightly sporty with vintage inspired prints and silhouettes in a classic red, white, and navy palette. Highlights include a mini polka dotted back zip sweatshirt and relaxed drawstring shorts, as well as a gingham string bikini top and bloomer shorts.

· Here's Why Pret-a-Surf Is the Ultimate Uniform at The Revere [Racked Boston]
· Pret-a-Surf [Official Site]