Safe – Made from sustainable Carvico fabric. Made from LYCRA XTRA LIFE containing ECONYL, a fibre made using ghost nets and waste from landfill. 78% Recycled Polyamide, 22% Elastane. Oeko-Tex 100 certified.
Responsible – Zella Swim fabrics are 100% regenerated nylon fibre from pre-and post-consumer materials, such as plastic bottles, old fishing nets and regenerated carpet. Their swimwear has been proudly designed and handmade locally by their expert team on the Gold Coast, Australia.
Zella Swim send each order in a 100% biodegradable, eco-friendly and compostable satchel made from biodegradable materials, mainly corn starch and cassava roots, and is packed in a reusable tote bag.
The company have also joined Pildora, New York, featuring our swimwear worldwide on their sustainable fashion platform. Pildora’s mission is to welcome all people who seek to better the ethical, social and environmental impact of fashion.
Zella Swim’s Ariella Reversible One Piece is a unique and flattering design in a fashionable print. I like how the fabric is quite firm and supports my tummy/ waist. The back tie is a fun little addition which is flattering to the bust and the ability to reverse it makes it a great summer wardrobe staple.
I’m more aware than ever of the importance of a flattering cut and design now that I’m a mother of 2 and wow these swimmers seem to highlight the best and hide the rest! They hold in my tummy and also support my breasts with so many options of back straps. As a breastfeeding mother, my breast size changes as to when my last feed was, so flexibility of fit and good support is essential. To top it off, I have two prints to choose from! So in love with these.
I adore the shape, print and design of this gorgeous one piece. It really defines my shape: the fit at the stomach gives excellent tummy control, the adjustable strap helps support my breasts, while the cut of the suit enhances my hips and shoulders. I love that it’s reversible. I also love the softness of the recycled material — made using plastic bottles, old fishing nets and regenerated carpet.