It’s right about that time when you’re scrambling through the back of your wardrobe trying to find your fave bikini or your go to boardies. It’s the devastating moment when you realise that your favourite pieces of swimwear have officially reached the end of their life. Forget running to Cotton On Body to pick up the cheapest cossie you can find. Check out these local designers creating some amazing pieces of swimwear that you want to be flaunting down the beach.
Camp Cove Swim
This swimwear brand stands for creativity, self confidence, freedom and happiness. It even gets the ethical tick of approval. The Sydney based swimwear company harness the designs of local artists to create some fab looking bikinis, one pieces and comfy boardies (no chaffing here mates). If it’s style yet flexible swimmers you’re after, Camp Cove Swim is your label.
She Made Me
If you thought crochet swimwear went out of style, well you’re dead wrong. You get a real handcrafted feel to each piece of clothing as soon as you put it on your skin. If vintage is your aesthetic then order your She Made Me bikini now. The brand is all departing from mass production and creating something that buyers can wear and treasure over and over.
SunSoaked was designed to give women confidence under the sun. Not just body confidence but confidence that their skin will be protected from the harsh UV rays that we experience in Australia. With gorgeous prints and styles on offer, they’re also perfect for the avid surfers and body boarders looking for a little extra protection.
The Rocks Push
The sustainable men’s only swimwear brand creates sleak, stylish boardhsots, with one print per collections profits going to Save The Barrier Reefs campaign. They are some of the lightest, quick drying boardies around, double stitched for rugged wear. They are also super affordable and sure to last you a couple of years wear. The best bit, they come with a bonus waterproof wallet to keep your valuables safe.
Image Sources: Camp Cove Swim, She Made Me, Gold Coast Bulletin, The Rocks Push.