Beach Weather Is Finally Here, and So Is Sustainable Swimwear From Everlane
This story originally appeared on InStyle.com by Zarah Kavarana.
The brand's latest collection hits no different, but this time, Everlane has answered our prayers with sophisticated and sustainable swimwear that starts at just $30 a piece. Available in eight interchangeable colors, the Swim Collection offers seven flattering styles: three bikini tops, two bottoms, and two one-piece silhouettes.
All pieces come in sizes XXS through XXL, and to guarantee inclusivity, Everlane tested all styles on 112 women to ensure they offer a comfortable, flattering, and secure fit for every shape and body type. Additionally, customizable features like adjustable straps and removable pads provide your ideal level of support, while a touch of stretch keeps you comfy while securely holding you in for a day full of fun activities.
With a goal of creating swimwear that'll "help clean our waters, not pollute them," the brand has made each piece out of premium Italian Econyl fabric sourced from 13,768 pounds of recycled plastic from old fishing nets and waste from around the world. The nylon is cleaned and recycled to then be woven into Econyl fabric, keeping plastic out of our oceans and landfills by repurposing it in a stylish and functional way.
If you were already considering setting off on a post-vax beach vacay, Everlane's new swimsuit launch is alone a reason to book. With seven sustainable and size-inclusive styles starting at just $30, the brand is bettering water wear basics for good.