Jade Swim Incline Bikini Bottom White
Jade Swim Incline Bikini Bottom White
Jade Swim Incline Bikini Bottom White
Jade Swim Incline Bikini Bottom White
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JADE Swim

Incline Bikini Bottom White

$90
White
size chart
In stock, ready to ship.
Incline is a high rise bikini bottom with minimal side coverage. Lined. Wear with Jade's coordinating Halo bikini top (pictured, sold separately) for a complete set.
  • Fabric: 78% Nylon, 22% Lycra Spandex
  • Care: Hand wash.
  • Made in USA.
  • Size and Fit: Fits true to size. Model is in a size S; Model is 5 ft 9.5 in, bust 34 in, waist 24.5 in, hips 36 in
  • JADE Swim style JS207_SS21
  • Item No. 84668

About the designer

Founded by former fashion editor and stylist, Brittany Kozerski, JADE Swim stands for different, unique, meaningful swimwear. Kozerski "combined her minimalist aesthetic with innovative silhouettes and unique design details" to create versatile and sleek bikinis that can be worn day to night, from beach to city, as swim or ready-to-wear.

JADE Swim's one pieces and bikinis are more than basic; simple and classic with an edge. JADE Swim is thoughtfully crafted from luxe fabric to smooth and sculpt the body to help you look your absolute best. UV protection and resistance to chlorine, sun lotions and oils ensure a long life and a bikini you can wear for years to come.

JADE Swim + Sustainability

JADE Swim is designed to be long-lasting and timeless and avoids fast-fashion trends. Only solid colored bikinis are offered to reduce excessive water usage that is used to process traditional pattern printing & no hazardous chemicals are used in dyeing the fabric.

JADE Swim sources organic, recycled and regenerated materials whenever possible. The majority of their collections are made from ECONYL which is made from 100% regenerated nylon - that reduces waste from oceans and landfills by recycling fishing nets, plastic bottles and fabric scraps.

All products are made in the USA and workers are paid a living wage.