Reformation’s Swimsuits Dropped Just in Time for Your Spring Break Insta Feed—And They’re All Sustainable
The cool-girl brand has done it again, Reformation’s swimsuit drop has just arrived, and it’s everything your sustainable summer swimming dreams are made of.
Everyone’s favorite ethical brand Reformation has done it again. You’re already shopping them for your summer weddings, weekend jeans, and ladylike intimates, now you can hit them up for some very on-trend swimwear. From primal animal print on retro-inspired high-waist bottoms to tie-dye thong bikinis, Reformation is making the case for affordable, chic, and sustainable swimwear.
Each suit is made using Econyl — a material made from fishing nets, fabric scraps, and other plastics that would normally make their way into the oceans and landfills. Though this fabric has many perks, Reformation still argues that their swimsuits are not sustainable enough but work for right now. What they mean is though these suits are made from recycled plastics which are fantastic, anytime a synthetic fabric is washed, recycled or not, minuscule microfibers of plastic will still release in the wash and inevitably make their way to the ocean. Still, we have to commend their commitment to developing sustainable swimwear, as best as they can.
While Reformation continues to strive for the most sustainable swimsuit option, they offer up a Guppyfriend Washing Bag to assist in the prevention of microfiber shedding. Anytime you decide to wash your synthetic garments simply slip them in the Guppyfriend bag before tossing them in the machine. The patented bag traps microfibers from releasing in your waterways keeping the oceans clean.
Shop It! Guppyfriend Washing Bag, $30
Shop It! Amber One Piece, $128
Shop It! Topanga One Piece, $128