Meraeke's sustainable swimwear is made entirely from recycled fabrics using regenerated nylon.
Rachael Sirigotis' Miami-based sustainable swimwear brand MERAEKE recently expanded its portfolio with the launch of a new Flora capsule collection. Inspired by nature, the brand's new collection is reminiscent of tropical beauty. If you're looking for organic swimwear that won't break the bank, look no further than MERAEKE.
All women have a story to tell, and with MERAEKE's newest swimwear collection, they are telling them in the most sustainable way possible. Each piece is constructed with care and attention to detail, so you can feel good about wearing them on your next beach vacation.
Inspired by the earth's natural elements, the Flora Capsule collection includes bright floral prints made from sustainable fabrics, and prices range from $33 to $111. Sustainable swimwears are flexible, so whether you're swimming, surfing, or just lounging on the beach, they move with your body to keep you comfortable. Plus, each piece can be worn multiple ways, allowing customers to create new looks with the same piece.
Zoelle tops and bottoms, Mila jumpsuits, and Inez dresses are made with ECONYL, a recycled nylon fiber made from recycled post-consumer waste such as fishing nets and other nylon waste. By using recycled materials, the Flora capsule collection helps achieve the brand's goal of reducing waste and environmental impact.