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The Edit: Swimwear

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by Make it last on 22 July, 2015

Easy breezy looks for summer.

What excites us the most? Conscious contemporary style! Modern and easy looks that are somehow more sustainable – being timeless, sustainably produced, vintage or in some other way a better choice.

This is The Make It Last Edits, where we bring you our favorite conscious styles right now. Our fifth theme is swimwear. Enjoy!

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Left: Bodysuit from Gina Tricot, a brand that has a sustainable collection including materials like Tencel, Proviscose and organic cotton. Gina Tricot also works to improve the conditions for garment workers in their factories in Bangladesh. Shirt from Acne Studios, necklace from Dogeared.

Right: Bikini briefs from Monki, a brand that has a recycling program that accepts textiles regardless of brand, quality or condition. For every bag of clothing you give them, you’ll get a coupon to use in their stores. Bikini top from Kaanda.

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Left: Swimsuit from Hernandez Cornet, a brand that works a lot with recycled polyester, real leather and silk – qualities that last over seasons. Earring from Glitter.

Right: Dress from Weekday, a brand that’s continuously improving their sustainability initiatives. This season, all of their five-pocket jeans was made of organic or recycled cotton. Sunglasses from Kaibosh, earrings from Glitter, necklace from Dogeared, bracelet from Sophie by Sophie and shoes from ATP Atelier.

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Left: Bikini from H&M found at Tradera – the Swedish division of Ebay that offers pre-owned clothing. Skirt from Monki and necklaces from Dogeared.

Right: Bikini from Patagonia, a brand that makes sure that their products are produced under safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions throughout the supply chain. Jeans from Frame Denim and necklaces from Dogeared.

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Left: Dress from Weekday, earrings from Glitter, necklace from Dogeared and bracelet from Sophie by Sophie.

Right: Swimsuit from Hernandez Cornet. Shirt from Hope and sunglasses from Marc Jacobs.

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Left: Bikini from H&M found at Tradera. Skirt and headband from Monki and necklaces from Dogeared.

Right: Swimsuit from Hernandez Cornet and shoes from ATP Atelier.

Photography Pauline Suzor.
Styling Mikaela Hållén.
Hair and makeup Veronica Lindqvist /Mikas looks.
Photography assistant Sofia Carlstedt.
Model Miranda /Mikas.


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