Tuesday , December 7 2021

Indigo Wild Sets Out To Revolutionize The Swimsuit Industry With Sustainable Materials

Indigo Wild

There is nothing quite like planning a vacation to show off your next new swimsuit, but how about sporting one that is also sustainable? The folks at Indigo Wild have set out to change the way you think about your swimwear by introducing a collection made with biodegradable fabrics.

The unique textile materials contained in their line of stylish swimsuits are designed to decompose in any landfill within 3-5 years as opposed to most, which contain a Spandex, nylon and polyester that can take between 40 to 200 years to properly biodegrade.

Instead of leaving behind harmful toxins and chemicals, Indigo Wild’s sustainably produced fabric is designed to break down its components and blend into its natural environment leaving behind no trace of unnatural substances.

Indigo Wild

We love their Sunseeker bodysuit, which is not only designed for hitting the beach but can also be worn for yoga, dance and everyday wear. This one-piece, form-fitting bathing suit features a side lace for some added style and is available in four different colors – Camo, Cheeta, Floral and Polka Dot.

The fabric is very stretchy and comfortable and the sizing is true to form, but if you prefer more coverage, you should go with a size up and if you want less, choose a smaller size. For more information, visit www.indigowildclothing.com.

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