Eco-Friendly Swimwear For Every Body

Elevate your summer style with eco-conscious swimwear, designed for all body types and made from sustainable materials that protect our oceans.

In the Philippines, there are only two seasons: the rainy season, from June to November, and the dry season, from December to May. 

As March arrives, the heat becomes palpable, marking the beginning of summer. It’s the season for beach trips and soaking up the sun. 

But as we enjoy the warm weather, it’s essential to consider the environmental impact of our swimwear choices.

If you’re on the lookout for sustainable swimsuits that cater to all body shapes and sizes, we’ve curated a list just for you!

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Australian swimwear label Peony commits to sustainability, ensuring all processes and chemicals used are ecologically safe.

As per Peony, they use recycled polyester and specially developed lining to help reduce waste. The brand draws inspiration from the first bloom of peony flowers.

Renowned for their classic shapes and soft color palettes, Peony creates sustainable pieces that are both durable and stylish.

Medina Swimwear

Medina Swimwear makes its swimsuits using fabrics from recycled nylon, which comes from plastics found in waterways around the world.

This high-quality material offers UV protection and is resistant to sun cream, oils, and chlorine. 

Founder Lou Medina uses her swimwear brand as a platform to support and promote various non-profit organizations or projects that work to protect and clean the ocean each season.

Paper London

Paper London’s sustainable swimwear range is crafted from recycled fishing nets and production waste found floating in our oceans. 

With eight million tonnes of plastic entering our oceans annually, recycling plastics is crucial to saving millions of marine animals entangled per year. 

By repurposing waste into functional swimwear, Paper London contributes to cleaning up the oceans.

Frankies Bikinis

Frankies Bikinis, a brand from Los Angeles, sells swimwear and cover-ups that are good for the environment, made with eco-friendly materials.

They craft their cover-ups, including halter dresses and sets, from 100% viscose sourced from natural wood pulp.

The brand frequently collaborates with stylish celebrities, such as Gigi Hadid and Sydney Sweeney, on collections designed to inspire confidence.

Bromelia Swimwear

Photo via Instagram @bromelia_swimwear

Bromelia founder Lauren Quinn is dedicated to supporting local artists, particularly communities such as females and LGBTQ+. 

Moving to Brazil six years ago, Quinn sought out locals with stories to tell through patterns, design, art, and photography, as reported by Vie Magazine.

Bromelia makes its swimwear fairly, making sure everyone gets fair pay, works in friendly spaces, and respects its all-female and LGBTQ+ creative team.

Banner photo via Instagram @medinaswimwear.

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