Everlane has launched their new additions to their swim line just in time for you to start planning those beach getaways.
Everyone needs a staple swimsuit, and with Everlane and their new ECONYL fabric, you can wear and love this swimsuit again and again. Everlane is known for making a difference in the fashion world, from being true to their ethical approach for their workers, to being transparent to the customers about the materials they use and the approaches they take to making some of the best garments, Everlane is ethical and sustainable, through and through.
Not only is Everlane transparent about the materials they use, but they are also transparent about cost. Unlike many traditional retailers, Everlane outlines the cost for materials, labour and shipping while still pricing their products more fairly for their clients. Another great thing about Everlane is the materials they use, the new swim line is made from 82% recycled nylon, using ECONYL fabric which is 100% regenerated nylon fibre/yarn from pre and post-consumer waste.
Not only can you wear this swim line over and over again, but you can also recycle these nylon materials again and again without ever losing the quality of the fabric. Being made with ECONYL, the new swimwear is also fully lined with Italian fabric with quick-drying and fade-resistant properties, which allows you to wear this garment over and over again.
The softened square neckline, a low back, attractive crossover tie straps to help adjust the fit in the back, and a built-in shelf bra with removable pads for a super-supportive fit. The one-piece comes in 6 colours and ranges from XXS-XXL.
The Triangle Bikini Top features a deep V neckline, minimal topstitching, removable pads, and a tie-back closure. Plus, it’s made of fully lined Italian fabric with technical quick-drying and fade-resistant properties.
The Scoop-Neck Bikini Top has all the support you need without any restriction. It features skinny adjustable straps and detailed seams for a comfortable fit that looks flattering and stays put.
Article published by HOLR Magazine