Honeymoon-Shopping Haven Everything But Water is Opening at the King of Prussia Mall Tomorrow

Honeymoon shopping just got a whole lot easier.

Everything But Water will open tomorrow at the King of Prussia Mall

Everything But Water will open tomorrow at the King of Prussia Mall

With the lengthy list of to-dos that must happen prior to the wedding, shopping for your honeymoon is one of those tasks that oftentimes falls to the bottom of the bill. We completely understand that you’re super busy and all, but trust us, when it comes time to frolic on the beaches of [insert your tropical destination of choice], you’ll be sorry when all you packed is a worn, years old bikini. (Things you once wore on spring break probably do not belong on your honeymoon.)


That's why we were thrilled when our buds at Shoppist told us that Everything But Water, the country's largest specialty swimwear and resortwear retailer, is opening at the King of Prussia Mall this Friday, May 2. That's right: Everything you need to guarantee a stylish honeymoon will be right at your fingertips and ripe for the pickings, and by everything, we mean everything.

We're talking playful swimsuits, colorful coverups, and a variety of rompers and sundresses from designers among the likes of Badgley Mischka, Mara Hoffman (remember her bridal bathing suits?), Michael Kors, and Trina Turk. And let's not forget accessories (because who can resist donning an armful of bangles with a flowing caftan?); EBW stocks a huge selection of sandals, sunglasses, hats, bags, jewelry, and more.

And if you need a little assistance putting together your packing list, the shop's style experts have you covered: A complimentary appointment with one of the store's fit consultants will help you compile the perfect wardrobe for your post-nuptial getaway.

We think an impromptu mall visit is worth adding to your checklist, don't you? Happy shopping!

RELATED: Mara Hoffman's First Bridal Collection Includes Two Bathing Suits 

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