Dive right in: our pick of the best sustainable swimwear brands

It's officially that time of the year. Where we pack away our woolen sweaters and start doing our due diligence in shopping for swimwear. And if you're anything like us and can't shake sustainability from the forefront of your mind - then look no further than below. As with this summer, we have one thing to prove. And that's that you can now have the best of both worlds in swimwear that's chic while also being conscious of our environment and its impact.

So if it's sustainable options in swimwear you're looking for - we have rounded up some of the best brands for you to peruse below.

Bondi Born


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There is so much to say about Bondi Born. For one - they are part of the 1% for the Planet initiative and are B Corp Certified. On top of all that - they have managed to go ahead and eliminate all plastic from their packaging and have implemented the use of repurposing dead stock fabrics and only using sustainably certified materials.





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At RUSSH, we all love Matteau. Not only does this brand make the chicest swimwear known to man, but also offer full transparency in its supply chain. With nearly 100% of their collections being produced and made all locally in Australia, Matteau also seek out to utilise fabrics that meet the Global Organic Textile Standard while also implementing EcoNylons and regenerated nylons within its production chain.



Casa Raki Swimwear


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Designed in London but make in Portugal - Casa Raki are nothing but tasteful and beautiful. Understanding that sustainability and waste go hand in hand, the brand uses ECONYL® fabrics regenerated from recycled waste and ocean plastics in all of their swimwear production.





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Reformation need little introduction. A brand that's gathered quite a cult following - we all know that sustainability has been the driving force behind this brand since its beginnings in 2009. Reformation not only drives its mission in sustainability with being 100% carbon neutral but also extends the effort to ensuring ethical practices and standards in production while also pushing for solutions to become Climate Positive by 2025.



Peony Swimwear


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Peony Swimwear cares deeply for our environment. That means that every single swimsuit is made from 100% recycled materials down to the inner lining while also offering full transparency across their supply chains including supply chain traceability.



Fella Swim


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Fella Swim remain conscious of production waste. That being the driving force behind the brand and its efforts in sustainability - producing small quantities and only using compostable and recycled materials in its packaging. Fella Swim have also partnered up with Future Neutral to make sure its customers can offset any carbon emissions related to purchasing - making another conscious effort in driving towards the right direction.



Medina Swimwear


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We can't praise Medina Swimwear enough. Not only do they use regenerated nylon and fabrics made from plastic waste but also works towards restoring our coral reefs in partnership with Restore Coral in Tulum Mexico!



Nu Swim


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Nu Swim is a New York based swimwear label that just about aces everything when it comes to the world of swim. With perfect and flattering cuts with always the best colours - Nu Swim also use recycled materials from ocean waste and organically certified cotton.



La Porte Swim


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With a bio thats reads "rooted in sustainability, made with love" - New York's La Porte Swim redefines luxury swimwear making their swimsuits from premium Italian fabrics sourced from the best fabric mills across Europe and boasting inclusivity and diversity at its core while also utilising recycled Polyamide and recycled yarn.



Tropic of C


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When it comes to ensuring sustainable and responsible practices - Tropic of C seem to have it all covered. From bamboo paper hang tags, biodegradable garment bags and swimwear made from  ECONYL® regenerated nylons - you need to look no further than New York's Tropic of C for all your swimwear this season.


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