Bower Swimwear

Nino Shirt Elysian

Colours: Elysian
Size: s

The Nino is an oversized, mens cut shirt. Inspired by beach culture from the 70s. You can layer over a bikini for an easy after beach look or pair with denim shorts for everyday. Taken from the Liberty Fabrics archive, Elysian was originally designed in the 1920s and has been part of the Classics collection since 1979. Due to the nature of the print each piece is unique & placement varies.

Shipping costs: / Free shipping over €100
Estimated delivery time: ca. 3-5 days.
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  • Oversized fit, size up or down depending on how you prefer.
  • Mens cut shirt
  • Mother of Pearl buttons
  • The Nino Shirt is made of 100% cotton voile
  • Made in Italy
  • From March 2019 1% of all Bower orders will be donated to the Healthy Seas initiative. Healthy Seas was established with the aim to remove waste, in particular fishing nets, from the seas for the purpose of creating healthier oceans & recycling marine litter into textile products.


    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.