15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer

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15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the All Sisters website, CRUCIS AUSTRALIS SWIMSUIT BLACK EUR 122.00

All Sisters is a sustainable swimwear brand based in Barcelona. The products are made from recycled nylon and fishnets. The swimsuits combine functionality with fashionability.

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the All Sisters website

HEPWORTH BOTTOM BATHING SUIT EUR 45.00

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the All Sisters website

JEAN ARP BOTTOM BATHING SUIT BLACK EUR 45.00

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Summersalt website, The Swan Dive $95

Summersalt is a swimsuit brand that believes in sustainability. Not only are the fabrics they use sustainable but the bags they make are recyclable. The suits themselves are made to fit your body perfectly. The designs combine pops of color with designs that will fit your body like a glove.

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Summersalt website

THE FREESTYLE $95

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Summersalt website

The Shoreline $50

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Summersalt website

The Cabana $50

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Vitamin A website, Neutra Triangle $99

Vitamin A is a sustainable swimsuit brand. They use fabrics including linen, organic cotton and polyester fiber made from recycled plastic bottles. They say they are inspired by 70's glam style. The style combines comfortability and sophistication.

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Vitamin A website

Leah Bodysuit $162

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Vitamin A website

Capri Bodysuit $180

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the Vitamin A website

Alexa High Neck Bodysuit $174

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the AMAIÒ Swim website, GIGI CARDIGAN STRIPE $295.00.

AMAIÒ Swim joins American and Parisian styles equaling in classic resort wear. The styles of this swimwear are similar to clothing icons like Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly and Lauren Bacall would have worn. They donate some proceeds to Humanitarian organizations; The Thirst Project is one of the main organizations they support which helps bring clean drinking water to communities that need it.

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the AMAIÒ Swim website

JAQUELINE MAILLOT IVORY $525.00

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the AMAIÒ Swim website

FRANZ MAILLOT DOT $465.00

15 Sustainable Swimsuits for the Summer
From the AMAIÒ Swim website

BALLET ILLUSION MAILLOT BLACK $505.00

We all as women have bought MANY swim and bathing suits in our lifetimes. From all the colorful patterns and chic styles, did you ever wonder at one point, how the whole process for creating a swimsuit works? Or where the fabrics and materials are being sourced?

If you desire to break away from the typical swimsuit brands that you shop at every summer these suits will give you a chance to do so. These swimsuits are luxurious, comfortable and chic, yet are designed by brands that have humanitarian values, and so much more.

This list includes the brands All Sisters, Summersalt, Vitamin A and AMAIÒ Swimwear. Each brand supports sustainability within the ever rev fashion industry.  Sitting in the sun or going for a swim can be both comfortable, fashionable and elegant all at the same time.

These styles offer a chance for every woman and body type to try. From one-piece swimsuits to two-piece swimsuits, there is an option for everyone. If you want an avant-garde style then All Sisters is the brand for you. Summersalt gives an option to a woman looking for an Art Deco Posh look. While Vitamin A and AMAIÒ swimsuits have quite the sleek modern style looking pieces for the jet-setter on the go.

Here are 15 swimwear pieces designed by companies that use sustainable fabrics and or donate proceeds to sustainable organizations. Each photo set begins with a description of the company, along with the name of the piece and price.

Raegan Melfe

Fashion editor for Trend Privé Magazine. Journalism student at California Baptist University. Lover of fashion, beauty and travel.