One piece - Midnight
The one piece swimsuit features a waist seam that accentuates the waist but is not tight. The bikini brief is a classic super high waisted fit that allows for extreme comfort.By far our most loved piece, the briefs have developed quite a following. They are the perfect balance of slight cheek without riding up, and modest coverage over the front. The top half has a high, square neckline and separate wide shoulder straps. The back is low cut emphasising the long strap and showing a bit of skin. A shelf bra is stitched into the front for extra support.
- Fabric and lining is made from recycled fishing nets
- modest coverage over the front of brief
- slight cheek without riding up
- Standard size fit
- Square neck-line
- Wide straps for comfort
- Low back
- Shelf bra
The swimwear line is made from econyl, a circular economy fabric that recycles ghost fishing nets. With a focus on comfort and use-ability, the garments are designed to form and flatter any body shape. All the swimwear is made in an ethical clothing Australia accredited factory in Adelaide’s north where we frequently meet to discuss designs and processes and really get a feel for the people making our clothes.
Please note that it is not currently within our capacity to hold any stock, so ALL products are processed as pre-orders. If by chance we do have the garment in your size then you will be notified and your order will be dispatched immediately. Pre-orders can take up to 6 weeks to be made and sent to your door. As is the nature of a repeat print, each piece is completely unique in the placement of the fruit. We believe that size inclusivity is very important, however as a small business it is difficult for us to stock a large amount of product. If you take a size other than what is listed please send a product enquiry through to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accomodate you :)
♲ SOLOMON STREET LIFELONG CIRCULAR PROGRAM ♲
We accept all our products at any stage of their life. If the garment is still wearable it is passed on to an independent charity focussed op shop. If it requires repairing then the garment is assessed and depending on the work required is repaired for free or at a small cost to the customer. If it is at the end of its wearable life, the garment is disassembled and the parts are recycled or re-used accordingly.