******************* Why you should get the Hello Sailor! Bikini.
This sassy Hello Sailor Bikini is the most popular and praised of all the designs. It is sure to give you lots of compliments as it is flattering in fit as well as comfortable. The high waist bottoms come with a dubble front layer giving a slight tummy control. The top has an unpadded built in bra for moderate support and full control. It has lovely details as the 6 white anchor buttons on front completing the sailor look as well as the white trim on top.
Need two different sizes on top and bottom? Not a problem. Choose the size you have on top and write on the comments section what size you wish to have on bottoms.
Material 100% Recycled nylon in a mix of 78% Recycled Polyamide 22% Elastane.
Sustainability We produce these gorgeous swimwear from a new modern regenerated fabric consisting from a 100% recycled nylon fiber. It is made from pre- and post-consumer waste, such as fishing nets recovered by the Healthy Seas initiative. Not only does this fabric reduce waste piles, it also saves planetary resources as it needs no new raw material. As a bonus it is also twice as durable as other competitive fabrics from likewise composition meaning it will last longer. Like magic but not, just very clever.
Care instructions This swimsuit may look like it's straight from the 40's but it's made of a hyper modern swimsuit fabric. Meaning it dries fast, is stretchy and made for swimming and then be tossed in a washing machine if you like at 40 and hung to dry after. However all plastic based clothes have break offs that leaks out in to our rivers and oceans. That is why we highly recommend all synthetic clothes to be washed in a Guppyfriend washing bag that stops micro plastics from getting loose.
- Shape retention - Soft and smooth - Excellent coverage (absolutely non see-through) - Double resistance to fibre breakage compared to usual swimming suits - UPF 50+ UV protection factor - Sun creams & oils resistant - Ultra chlorine resistant - Recycled fabric - Made within Europe
When using size chart start with hip(largest part of bottom), bust and last waist. Look straight, not down on the measuring tape to get accurate measurements.