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Girlfriend Collective is known for its cute and size-inclusive activewear styles. From its popular workout dresses to its TikTok-approved wrap skorts, the eco-friendly brand has become a staple in numerous wardrobes. If you’re already a fan of Girlfriend Collective, you’ll be happy to hear that the brand is back with a new and improved sophomore swimwear collection.
Released on April 26, Girlfriend Collective’s new swimwear line features 13 size-inclusive designs in sizes XXS-6XL. Each piece is wildly flattering and available in five versatile shades: Black, Sea, Provence, Banana and Marina.
While everyone loves a fun print, these solid shades make this collection ideal for mixing and matching! Buy the silhouettes you love in your favorite hues and wear them interchangeably — it’s seriously foolproof.
Besides being both stylish and size-inclusive, this new swimwear collection was crafted with customer feedback in mind. According to the brand, some new design features you can expect in the fresh pieces are thicker fabric, built-in bras and cups, secure elastic finishes and traditional swimsuit liners. Basically, you can thank all of these thoughtful additions for keeping your swimsuit comfortable and in place.
Like everything Girlfriend Collective produces, these pieces are eco-friendly. They’re made with nylon waste from fishing nets, fabric scraps and industrial plastic. So you actually can feel good when you treat yourself to a new swimsuit this year.
Below, shop a few favorite pieces from Girlfriend Collective’s new swim line and check out the entire collection on the brand’s website.
1. Provence Isla Wrap Tie One Piece, $95
3. Marina Cabo String Bikini Top, $50 & Marina Dive String Bikini Bottom, $45
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