Every season is swimsuit season; whether you’re on your way somewhere tropical right now or daydreaming about your next big escape, it’s always handy to have a couple of stylish pieces ready to go (surprise weekend getaways!). As we love all things eco-friendly and with the range of luxury sustainable swimwear ever-growing, check out our new luxe list of swimwear brands we know you’ll be obsessing over. Reformation View this post on Instagram Look like you just got back from Rome. So what if you’re not Italian. A post shared by Reformation (@reformation) on Jul 6, 2019 at 2:18pm PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: United States Product range: women’s bikinis, one-pieces, beach bags The sustainability: Reformation’s swimwear is made from a combination of unsold stock, renewable plant materials and recycled or regenerated fabrics such as Econyl (regenerated nylon). It manufactures sustainably, too, and it really wants you to know it. On each product page, Reformation tells you how much impact the garment has on the environment, giving you the ability to make more educated decisions. Reformation also invests in programmes that help to replace the resources used – such as the Brazilian Rosewood Amazon Conservation Project. The Luxe-ness: Reformation’s suits are seriously gorgeous – they were designed to highlight the female silhouette, no matter what size, after all. 7 of the best places in Hong Kong for afternoon tea this summer Tuhkana View this post on Instagram Yummy. #duskdeepvonepiece in Olive. Choose Sustainable Swimwear . . #tuhkana #tuhkanaswimwear #greenswimwear #readyforsummer #summeroutfit #sustainableswimwear A post shared by Tuhkana Swimwear (@tuhkana) on Aug 4, 2019 at 8:38am PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: Portugal Product range: women’s bikinis and one-pieces The sustainability: Tuhkana’s swimwear is made from biodegradable yarn. The yarn is recyclable and can fully degrade in two to five years if, for some reason, it ends up in the rubbish bin. The fabric and pieces are all produced in Brazil with a closed-loop production system, limiting the consumption of natural resources. The Luxe-ness: The fabrics used in Tuhkana’s pieces contain no products that could be considered harmful to your skin – so you should stay comfortable in them all day. They also look really sleek. Baiia View this post on Instagram GIVEAWAY CLOSED | Tonight’s the last day to enter our $300 giveaway competition! Enter via the link in our bio and make sure to tag a friend in the comments of either this post or our other ‘WIN’ post for additional entries. One comment = one entry ⠀ ⠀⠀ Competition is open worldwide and ends midday 11th July AEST. Best of luck beautiful ladies! ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ——————⠀⠀ T&C’s⠀⠀ This contest is not associated with Instagram. Entrants must be aged 18 or over. This is a worldwide competition. Winner will be drawn randomly and announced Friday 12th July via email and shared on @baiia_label AEST. A post shared by Baiia Sustainable Swim (@baiia_label) on Jul 10, 2019 at 2:37am PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: Australia Product range: women’s bikinis and one-pieces The sustainability: Baiia’s recycled nylon fabrics are made from industrial and post-consumer waste such as fishing nets, carpets, plastic bottles and other textiles. The swimsuits are certified Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex – an independent product label for all types of textiles tested for harmful substances – so there are no harmful substances. The fabric supplier, which is based in Italy, uses some of the world’s most efficient industrial systems – less water and electricity is needed. The Luxe-ness: designed to be flattering for women of all sizes, these handmade pieces have smooth seams that won’t dig in and are really soft. Some of the wrap suits are reversible, giving you the ability to switch your look on a whim. Day to night pool wear, anyone? 6 new K-drama series to keep you binge-watching this summer A F L O A T View this post on Instagram That Friday feeling . #nofilter #letsdance #music #friday #fun #weekendvibes #summer #swim #swimming #styling #fashion #ootd #design #mood #beach #vacation #swimsuit #bodysuit #art #sustainablefashion #slowfashion #sustainability #ecofriendly #afloat #afloaters #allfortheloveofanawesometomorrow A post shared by A F L O A T (@afloat_official) on Aug 2, 2019 at 3:18pm PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: US Product range: one-pieces and bikinis The sustainability: A F L O A T, which stands for “All For the Love Of an Awesome Tomorrow”, uses sensitive fabrics made of Eurojersey that is committed to reducing water, energy, chemicals and waste. Reducing plastic waste, the brand uses reusable tote bags with no extra packaging for shipping its swimwear. All the pieces are made and designed in New York in a factory that respects the dignity of the manufacturers. The Luxe-ness: each piece is made from hi-tech Italian Eurojersey fabrics and double-lined for a brilliant sculpting effect and extra durability. The Eurojersey is breathable for extended wear and extra fine for superior softness. The swimsuits are also 10 times more chlorine resistant than traditional swimwear, and they don’t pill, where regular wearing can lead to small balls of fluff developing on its surface. Wearing A F L O A T swimwear will make you feel like an unbeatable superhero as you make your way to the beach or pool. Some of the designs come with sleeves, and the geometric shapes and vibrant colours will be turning heads your way. Vege Threads View this post on Instagram Limited run of our 100% Plant dyed yoga sets are back A post shared by Vege Threads (@vegethreads) on Aug 4, 2019 at 6:36pm PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: Australia Product range: women’s bikinis and one-pieces The sustainability: all of the brand’s swimwear is made from Lycra and recycled nylon that is created from post-consumer waste with things such as fishing nets that have been pulled from the oceans. The manufacturing is entirely ethical and carried out in Australia. The brand is also a member of Ethical Clothing Australia, an accredited body which ensures that Australian supply chains are fully transparent about their processes. Vege Threads is so sustainable that even their shipping service is carbon neutral with all emissions offset. The Luxe-ness: the trademarked Lycra Xtra Life fabric used in the creation of all of Vege Threads’ swimwear means these pieces retain their shape well (no sagging bits!) and are chlorine-resistant. 7 ways to colour-block your summer outfits Shapes in the Sand View this post on Instagram Ocean creatures of habit. #shapesinthesand #sustainablyshapingswimwear #NatureGirls A post shared by SUSTAINABLY SHAPING SWIMWEAR (@shapesinthesandswim) on Aug 4, 2019 at 5:49pm PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: Australia Product range: women’s bikinis, one-pieces, rash guards and scrunchies The sustainability: made with Italian fabric using Econyl, the materials for all swimwear come from regenerated materials – removing waste from the oceans and our landfills. The fabrics are printed using a method that requires no water or harsh chemicals. And as for those hygiene liners that new suits come with, Shapes in the Sand has developed a water-soluble liner made from wood pulp and non-toxic inks. The Luxe-ness: the suits are all handmade, so supply is limited. They sit smoothly on the body and are all made from soft and durable Italian Lycra. Shapes in the Sand swimwear is also chlorine resistant and holds its shape better than traditional alternatives. The collections are highly evocative – with one returning us to our 1990s obsessions (in the best way possible). Underprotection View this post on Instagram Beach babe @anatrifkovic in our dotted bikini ☀️ #recycledswimwear #sustainablefashion #ethicalswimwear A post shared by Underprotection (@underprotection) on Jul 8, 2019 at 12:04pm PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: Denmark Product range: women’s bikinis and one-pieces The sustainability: Underprotection’s swimwear is made with 100 per cent recycled polyester. The polyester material used is a surprisingly green option as it is made using between 33 per cent to 53 per cent less energy compared with the energy needed to produce virgin polyester. It also keeps bottles and plastics out of the ocean. The brand’s swimsuits are also vegan approved and all the packaging is either recyclable or biodegradable. The Luxe-ness: OK, we know that polyester does not sound super luxe, but the swimsuits are surprisingly comfortable. They are also gorgeous and the cuts are designed to be flattering for women of all sizes – the kind of swimsuits you’ll want to wear as you strut down the street. From Chanel to Louis Vuitton: 5 hot bags celebrities love Vitamin A View this post on Instagram Girl crush @arielle in the snow leopard moss top + elle bottom ⚡️ Tap link in bio to shop the set #vitaminaswim A post shared by Vitamin A (@vitaminaswim) on Aug 4, 2019 at 7:19pm PDT <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: US Product range: Women’s bikinis, one-pieces, beachwear, accessories The sustainability: the brand uses a combination of a superfine matt jersey swim fabric (that the founder created herself!) that’s made of recycled nylon fibres and Lycra Xtra Life fabric which helps the swimwear keep its shape. Some prints are created with a waterless digital technology at factories which have been chosen for limiting their electricity and water usage. Vitamin A also donates a portion of their sales to the preservation of marine habitats. The Luxe-ness: Vitamin A’s swimwear is not only sustainable but stunning. The fabric used has a silky texture, and the swimsuits fit like a second skin. They are double-lined, too, so they don’t go transparent. The pieces are inspired by travel and modern art, so you’ll be feeling truly luxe. Arizona Muse turns heads at Dior and V&A museum summer party Bombshell Bay View this post on Instagram What are your plans for the weekend? #sustainableswimwear #sustainablefashion #ecofashion #highwaitbikini #econyl #beachclub A post shared by SUSTAINABLE SWIMWEAR (@bombshellbayswimwear) on Jan 31, 2019 at 6:30pm PST <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> Based in: Australia, with pieces produced in Bali Product range: women’s bikinis, one-pieces, surf suits and rash guards The sustainability: a slow swimwear brand, Bombshell Bay is 100 per cent custom made ensuring that excess stock that would typically get trashed doesn’t exist. As well, the products are made from recycled rubbish found in the ocean – which is not as gross as it may sound as the rubbish is turned into a luxurious Nylon 6 fabric! The Luxe-ness: the brand was designed to create products that are wearable, flattering, comfortable and confidence-boosting for women of all shapes and sizes. The fabric, which was created in Italy, is surprisingly soft with luxurious and vibrant prints. The swimsuits also hold-up better than traditional swimsuits. And, because they are custom-made you get to pick your cut and prints – you might even be one of a kind in these. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter This article originally appeared on Wanderluxe by The Luxe Nomad .