Have a pool party to attend? Planning a beach getaway? Now's the time to find your favorite bikinis and swimsuits and get packing!
If you're looking to shop more sustainably for swimwear this summer, we've got you covered. We've rounded up picks from sustainable swim and clothing brands so you can find your favorite fit while being mindful of the environment.
Patagonia, for example, is a great brand to shop for sustainable pieces. And Wolven and Girlfriend Collective are just some of the other sustainable brands we're adding to our carts.
When it comes to sustainability, these brands are each doing their own part to make a difference. Girlfriend Collective, for instance, believes "where your clothes end up is just as important as where they come from," and "gladly recycle[s] most old Girlfriend Collective pieces and turn[s] them into future clothes," the company says on its website.
Specifically, the swim pieces are "designed with ECONYL regenerated nylon which is made from nylon waste otherwise polluting the earth, like fishing nets, fabric scraps, and industrial plastic -- plus, it gives back 1% to Healthy Seas."
Wolven's 2022 Sustainability Report states that the company is working to reduce its shipping emissions, warehouse waste, and the non-recycled, non-bio-based materials in fabrics and packaging. All of their fabrics are made from 84% recycled plastic water bottles.
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Casa Raki Alba Top Terracota
Price: $92 • From: Casa Raki
"We believe everyone in the industry has options and alternatives to address the issues of sustainability and waste. We believe design and sustainability go hand-in-hand. As a team we thrive on exploring and discovering new ways to improve our commitment to protecting the environment," Casa Raki's website says.
"In 2018 we began our sustainability journey by taking honest + transformative steps towards a more responsible future. Our goal is to push further forward, applying the most innovative environmental practises to our hi-tech performance materials, always with sustainability in mind," Bond-Eye explains on its website.
Vitamin A uses recycled and plant-based materials for its swimsuits, the company's website states. "Every purchase prioritizes the health of our planet," it reads. "Through our partnership with 1% For The Planet we give back a portion from every sale to organizations that protect our oceans. When you swim with us, you’re doing good."