When I came across Ina Swim a few months ago whilst researching environmentally conscious swimwear, it was love at first sight. Not only was there a lot of detail on their website about their efforts to keep their carbon footprint to a minimum, but their style was so in line with ours, that I couldn’t have sourced something more suitable if I had continued researching for a whole year!
The fabric used for the swimwear is called Econyl which is made from pre and post consumer waste products, like fishing nets, fabric scraps and carpet flooring from industrial landfills and oceans around the globe. This means that new resources don’t need to be used to create the range. The manufacturing process is very transparent also, with photos and videos of the plants on their website.
So here we are a few months later on, able to offer this beautiful swimwear to our customers and we hope it will delight you as much as it does us. We road tested the Mara and the Zimmi on our holidays recently, and they were so hard wearing. I felt like my children really stood out from the array of fluorescent prints that are so commonplace by the pool! I am extremely proud to bring them to the UK.