10 Sustainable Swimsuits To Buy This Summer
Get summer ready while staying mindful of your impact on the environment. The swimsuits from these brands are stylish and sustainable.
Swimsuit season is nearly upon us. Like with other considerations that we're making, more and more people are looking to make better decisions to minimize their carbon footprint and be more eco-conscious overall.
Gear up for the season with swimwear from brands committed to doing their part for the well-being of the environment. Here are ten sustainable swimsuit brands to hop into this summer.
With a commitment to sustainability, Summersaly creates its swimwear using compressive fabric crafted from 78% recycled polyamide. They offer a variety of sizes to best suit different body shapes, having used over a million body measurements from ten thousand women and a patented TrueMeasure process to help you find your perfect fit.
To accompany their chic and colorful designs, Los Angeles-based swimwear brand Frankie's Bikinis launched a collection of gorgeous sustainable cover-ups. Not only that but they're made with 100 percent viscose from natural sources.
This brand is turning one man's trash into another's treasure. Each piece from Paper London is made from the range is made from recycled fishing nets and production waste that's found floating in our oceans.
The London-based brand mostly crafts beautiful casual clothing for everyday wear. Still, they also have a swimwear collection that uses ocean waste and old fishnets collected from the sea to create their swimwear.
The well-known fashion brand applies the same commitment to their swimwear as they do their clothing. Everything is crafted using Econyl or Repreve, which is a polyester created from recycled plastic bottles.
In addition to their commitment to sustainability, Figleave's Mindful collection is all about creating the perfect fit for various body shapes and sizes.
When discussing sustainability and ethics, an issue that goes in tandem is often browsed over. However, LemLem looks to highlight artisanship and job expansion in African countries.
Marysia has established swimwear that's unmistakeable Marysia. To create their signature designs from the Swimclean collection, they spent a year researching sustainable and ethically produced materials.
Peony's swimwear pieces are 50 percent Econyl (made from the ocean and landfill waste). The packaging is biodegradable and compostable, too.
Sézane is based in Paris; Sézane's bikinis and one-piece swimsuits are made in audited factories in Tunisia before getting shipped in recycled packaging.