Bower Swimwear

Kit Bikini Top

Colours: Framboise
Size: xs
Regular price €96.00 €58.00

This simple bandeau top with removable straps features internal under bust support, side boning to ensure the shape is maintained when worn without straps and silicone piping to hold it up. It's a great style if you need a little extra support. Pair with the Kit Bikini Bottom.


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Estimated delivery time: ca. 3-5 days
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SIZE GUIDE
take your usual size, the adjustable straps will allow for you to fit perfectly to your body.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS
  • Gentle hand wash with luke warm water
  • Use mild detergent
  • Do not wring, soak or bleach
  • Drip dry in shade
  • Rinse after use
  • Do not iron
  • Do not dry clean
COMPOSITION
  • This is produced from an Italian sustainable techno-fabric made from ECONYL®.
  • Made in Italy

ABOUT THE BRAND

Why we love it: Striving to ensure as little waste as possible in their production process, Bower's beautiful swimsuits are a cool and sustainable choice, with sporty silhouettes, bold colours and minimal detailing.

Launched in early 2015, Bower Swimwear is a luxury ethical & sustainable British swimwear brand, created by couple Fiona Ryn & Rupert Tapper and inspired by childhood memories of Sydney’s Fairy Bower beach. Each piece is made at a small specialised factory in Italy, using luxury sustainable fabrics produced from ECONYL®, a yarn created from post-consumer plastic waste including discarded fishing nets.

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