Rêver is the French word for "dream".
This rust coloured Rêver Bikini Top is part of the wonderful new collection from Australia's She and the Sea is inspired from those vintage cotton bikinis that women wore in the 50s and 60s. Merging old with new, this gorgeous fully lined polka dot top is made with sustainable fibres from ghost fishing nets and other discarded waste, giving a repurposed life to what was once waste. You'll feel super supported and free as you trim the line knowing full well that you have helped clean our oceans.
- Vintage femininity with sewn in bust padding
- High neck design
- Open back
- Secure back clasp
- Recycled from the sea
- Details: 78% Recycled Polyamide 22% Elastane
- Italian Lycra
Wash me in fresh water after the sea, always dry in shade.
~ Please note each piece is made in limited numbers in order to keep up with She & the Seas ethos focusing on slowing down the fast-fashion trend ~
Model is wearing size S - If you are in between sizes, we suggest you go up a size.
Shown matched with the Rever Boyleg Bikini Bottoms in Rust
She and the Sea
She & the Sea is an Australian based Surfwear company celebrating women in the water. The 'Une Capsule' range is the second collection from She and the Sea and the first to use sustainable nylon fabrics created from reclaimed ghost fishing nets, old nylon carpets and other discarded waste. 'Ghost nets' amount to over 600,000 tonnes of lost gear every year and the main hazard for marine life – from invertebrates to large marine mammals. Each one left uncollected will rape our oceans killing all sea life it catches for decades.
She and the Sea's suits are designed to allow women to feel their best whilst being in the ocean. Women are their inspiration, in all our beautiful shapes and sizes, focusing on practicality without losing femininity.
They pride themselves on making each piece in limited numbers in order to keep up with their ethos of slowing down the fast fashion trend.
"Designed for the girl who is flamboyant, elegant and free-spirited.
Who paddles out to the lineup and doesn’t even flinch.
Who always wears her rings made from silver and turquoise,
salty hair, nose dotted with freckles and her feminine charm.
These are the girls who take off on a wave and dances all the way to shore.
They do it again and again, all day totally in their element until the
sun says goodbye and the moon says hello."