Style Girlfriend Collective Launches First Swimwear Collection “GF Swim”
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Perfect for workouts, errands, and everything in between. While the OG OV version is rightfully iconic, it's not the only exercise dress out there. Girlfriend Collective just released its version, and other brands like Columbia and Nike have stepped up their exercise dress game.From V-necks to cross-backs, exercise dresses come in tons of different styles. Below, you'll find nine exercise dresses in different cuts and price points to help you find the best fit for you and your wallet.
Girlfriend Collective may be one ofnow, but we've been a fan of their modus operandi since day one. The brand is known for creating its garments from post-consumer waste and it provides a of what each garment is made of and how much of it is recycled on its site. Aside from that, Girlfriend Collective also puts at the forefront, what more can they offer? Well, swimwear.
Customers have long been requesting swim options from the brand and Girlfriend Collective has answered. Launching today, April 27, “” is the brand's first venture into swimwear, and it's sustainably and ethically made.
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When it comes to swimwear, it's hard to find pieces made from fabric that won't shed microfibers into the ocean. While the GF Swim collection is not made from water bottles like the, it is designed with ECONYL®, a premium fabric created with regenerated nylon made from old fishing nets and other post-industrial waste.
Ranging from $38 to $78, the eight versatile swim styles are available in sizes XXS–6XL and come in five colors, so you can mix and match to your heart’s desire. Who knew recycled fishnets could look so good?
On top of that, every piece from thehelps clean up plastic from the ocean. With every GF Swim purchase, the brand will donate 1% to , an initiative that's all about collecting waste nets and ensuring they become a valuable resource. For every dollar they receive, they can clean up approximately a half-pound of fishing nets from the ocean.
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You'll want to add these pieces to your swim collection ASAP. Gallery: 10 men's bomber jackets that are perfect for transitional spring weather (INSIDER) Plus, as with much of Everlane's collection, this swimwear is sustainably made with attention to detail, seeing as separates and one pieces are fully lined for both comfort and coverage. The pieces are made from a blend of ECONYL regenerated nylon derived from recycled plastic and elastane that's both quick-drying and fade-resistant, so they'll keep up with you throughout all your outdoor adventures this summer and for years to come.
While traveling to tropical destinations shouldn't be on your plans because there's still a pandemic going on, these swimsuits from Girlfriend Collective are great if you're lucky enough to have a pool, love tanning on your rooftop or if you simply pant to chill and catch some rays at your nearest park. You can even get creative with styling and incorporate the swimwear pieces into your daily outfit planning!
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The Solid & Striped collaboration is available now on solidandstriped.com I have amazing pieces from Hermès, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and other designers, but I'm really particular about where I invest and it has to be something I'll wear and love forever. © Provided by People Joshua Kissi Are there certain style limitations in tennis that you wish you could break, or try something new? SS: I would love to see more collaborations in general! I think there is so much value in learning from others and having people bring their talents and perspectives to play.