Sulu Bikini Bottoms Black and Tan
Limited Edition - only 5 left in stock
This unique bikini channels the free flowing spirit of WAN through graceful lines and asymmetrical shapes. These bottoms have been created with a double layer of high performance fabric which provides the utmost support, coverage and durability.
Sustainable and ethically made using VITA fabric from ECONYL® yarn which is regenerated from pre and post-consumer waste. Among its many talents, VITA is versatile, hyper-resistant, thin, elegant, soft and breathable - providing a unique mix of muscular compression and comfort. Thanks to its innovative construction, it is sun cream, oil & chlorine resistant (twice as much as other high performance fabrics) and has 50+ UV protection (yes, surfers!). This is a superior swimwear fabric in every way, firmly ticking the slow fashion box with its durability.
Models Rosa and Carole are both a size UK 8, wearing a size small Sulu Bikini Bottoms Black and Tan paired with Sulu Top Black and Tan.
Designed in London, UK / Made ethically in Indonesia
Sulu Bottoms Black and Tan was made for Sulu Top Black and Tan as worn by the girls. These bottoms would also work well with Marmara Top Black.
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Fabric Content: 78% Nylon 22% Spandex
As with all of your gorgeous delicates, the shape and fit of this piece are best preserved if lovingly hand washed in cool water and laid out flat to dry in the shade.
We’ve seen this piece on many a bottom and they are a gorgeous, easy fit. Your waist and hip measurements will determine the size that will work best for your body shape. Both models are a UK 8 and wear a size Small, Carole could have gone down to a size X-Small but the Small worked for a roomier fit. For a guide on how the swimwear fits, model measurements are below:
- Rosa in black: wears size Small
Waist: 65 CM / Hips: 92 CM
- Carole in black & teal: wears size Small
Waist: 60 / Hips: 90
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