At Two Swim, it's our mission to look after our environment by producing swimwear from materials that would have otherwise ended up in our oceans or landfill waste.  

Our circular economy and creating ethical & sustainable bikinis is our WHY. We are conscious about our environment and the impact we can have on it, therefore we ensured our swim was carefully designed and crafted to support what we care about the most! 🌏🌱



All Two Swim bikinis are made from 100% regenerated and recycled nylon & polyester, ECONYL®REPREVE®. This, we believe, is the industry standard.


ECONYL® is regenerated nylon made from abandoned fishing nets, ocean waste and landfill and is infinitely recyclable. This post consumer waste are regenerated and transformed into new yarn that is the same quality of virgin raw material. Read more here.


Made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, Two Swim bikinis give a second life to single-use plastics making it a great sustainable alternative. Using recycled plastics has a lower impact on our environment as it releases fewer greenhouses gases and CO₂ emissions, saving on water and energy consumption. Read more here.


We believe our packaging is just as important as the product, thats why we use 100% compostable and biodegradable packaging throughout our entire production.

All Two Swim swimwear comes with a 100% cotton reusable bag and an eco-friendly hygiene sticker to protect and ensure longevity of your swim.

We also use 100% recycled swing tags, thank you cards & compostable postal mailers.


All Two Swim bikinis are made in Bali, Indonesia, where all staff are paid above award wages. Everyone is provided safe and ethical working conditions, as well as access to comprehensive health insurance and voluntary paid overtime.

From every bikini made, proceeds go towards grass-root organisations that support the environment, women's access to education and to those in need in Bali, Indonesia.


We are committed to progress not perfection. We recognise the progress we have made, but acknowledge how much work still has to be done.