We’ll be living in these suits all season long!
Sun’s out, suits on! Here’s a list of our favorite sustainable swimwear brands for 2022.
Known for its sustainable activewear, Girlfriend Collective has branched out to swimwear! Their Sporty Swim portfolio includes one- and two-piece suits perfect for any water activity. Made of materials like regenerated nylon and Spandex with features like removable cups and a UPF rating of 50+, Girlfriend Collective’s swimsuits don’t disappoint.
Kitty and Vibe
Look and feel your best in Kitty and Vibe’s flattering suits! For bikini-lovers, we’d suggest the Ruffle Scoop Top and Bottoms. If you’re more of a one-piece person, the Cut Out One Piece is to die for! Don’t know what your day has in store? The new Play Dress is the perfect outfit for adventure—on land or in the water. All of these garments boast eco-friendly materials with SPF 50+ sun protection.
Wolven’s suits are perfect for your next pool day, beach trip, or boat party. The Flora One Shoulder One Piece is our pick of the summer! The reversible fabric offers two different vibes—a bright orange solid and a colorful sunburst pattern. With an adorable cut-out on the side, this suit can’t be beaten.
This woman-owned sustainable swim brand never fails to amaze us with its designs! The various cuts come in a wide array of solids and patterns, so you can find the garment that suits you best. Everything is made locally in Los Angeles using ethically sourced materials. Talk about quality at its finest!
SEPTEMBER is one of our favorite sustainable swimwear brands! Why? Their garments are ethical, sustainable, and inclusive! Their new Sea Foam Camo Print is a great balance of neutral and eye-catching. With bikinis, one-pieces, and a brand new unisex board short, SEPTEMBER will help you hit the waves in style.
We’re obsessed with Galamaar’s 2022 swim collection! It showcases bright colors and upbeat patterns on Italian fabric composed of recycled Econyl and Spandex. Everything is made in Los Angeles following ethical practices, putting Galamaar among the ranks of great sustainable swimwear brands.
Shapes in the Sand
Calling all beach bums! This woman-owned Australian swimwear brand stocks all the best suits for your next water excursion. We’re talking about bikinis, one-pieces, long-sleeve swim tops, and sarongs! Shapes in the Sand uses recycled, bio-based fabrics to make all of their products that are packaged in recycled materials.
Next on the list of sustainable swimwear brands is Follow Suit! Each piece is designed with four values in mind—quality, fit, integrity, and vibrancy. The new Avant Garden Collection includes an array of fresh and funky swimsuits to make you stand out from the crowd. Sticking to fair-trade, ethical practices, Follow Suit is a business you can feel good about supporting.
The sustainable swimsuits from Remnant Bikinis utilize upcycled plastic bottles and fishing nets! Purchase a matching set or go for a creative top and bottom combination—whatever floats your boat! Each order comes in biodegradable packaging through a carbon-neutral shipping program.
We can’t get our eyes off of Dippin’ Daisy’s new Aura pattern! The vibrant colors come together to create a stunning suit—no matter what size or style you choose. Best of all, the coloring is achieved through digital printing which saves water, ink, and fabric!
Still haven’t found the perfect cruelty-free swimsuit for you? NOIZE to the rescue! This vegan clothing brand stocks a huge selection of swim pieces made from eco-friendly materials. The Junie Swimsuit is what we plan to rock this summer. How about you?
When it comes to outdoor activities, Patagonia has your apparel covered! In addition to classic bikinis and one-pieces, the clothing brand stocks rash guards and board shorts ideal for water sports. Ready to shred some waves? We know we are!
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