3 European Beachwear Brands That Use 100% Recycled Materials

Summer season is just around the corner. Let’s make this season a green one. Wondering how? By investing in sustainable swimwear brands.

I discovered some of the nicest European brands that use recycled material: Econyl. It’s made from recycled fishing nets, plastic bottles and other plastic debris found in the ocean. By recycling, we are not increasing the demand for plastic and are helping to give new life to what otherwise would have to end up in the trash.

These are the top 3 of mine:

  1. ilovebelove
Website: https://en.ilovebelove.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ilovebelove/

”We believe in lasting aesthetics, creating timeless and versatile garments, with refined lines, where beauty and comfort converge, with the influence of our Mediterranean roots.
We use natural and sustainable materials in our collections. Our swimwear collection has the highest quality Italian recycled fabrics. We control the entire production process of our garments. All handmade and 100% local production.”


Website: http://www.cocotam.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cocotamswim/

”Our swimwear offers a modern approach to feminine silhouettes. The color palette is inspired by earth tones with a hint of fantasy including nude, red and deep rose tones. All garments are handmade in Lithuania using Italian ECONYL Lycra of the best quality. The fabric is produced from discarded fishing nets and other plastic waste found in the ocean. It is long lasting, chlorine and sun resistant, which minimize the waste.”

3. PURA Clothing

Website: https://www.puraclothing.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/puraclothing/

”Today, textiles are still being produced under inhumane and environmentally damaging conditions. Our goal is to contribute to a more sustainable textile industry. The PURA parts not only look stunning and underline the beauty of every woman, but it is also extremely important to us to focus on sustainable and fair production. All parts are made by hand in Switzerland and Italy using the softest, most beautiful and highest quality Italian fabrics (100% recycled).”

Do you know more sustainable swimwear brands which are based in Europe? Please, let me know in the comments below.

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