bikini top - portofino strappy - royal blue

SFr. 69.00
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this bikini top can be worn in four (!!!) different ways. the bright blue is sure to make you shine and you can adjust the fit depending on your mood. this top is sure to take triangle tops to a whole new level. wear it with the matching bottoms for a complete look.

PS: monterosso is named after leonessa's friend minea's favorite town in italy.

read more about leonessa's sustainable swimwear here.


ECONYL® recycled polyamide (78% regenerated polyamide, 22% elastane)


polina is 1.73m / 75B cup and wears a size S.
cristel is 1.84m / 85E cup and wears a size L.


- excellent coverage and support
- unpadded
- adjustable - wear 4 ways
- fast-drying fabric


caring for swimwear

hand wash or wash 30°C max. make sure to dry in the shade. do not tumble dry. do not iron. you can greatly extend the life of swimwear products by washing it as little as possible. for light soiling, you can also wash it only selectively. use a fabric bag to keep your items from breaking because of zippers. to avoid microplastics from floating to the oceans, use a guppyfriend washing bag.

what is recycled polyester?

most often recycled polyester is made out of industrial waste or post-consumer plastics like PET bottles. turning PET bottles into clothing means grinding, melting and extruding new fibers.

why love recycled polyester?

taking what is already there and giving it new life is super cool already - but recycled polyester is also super versatile! from waterproof bags to silky smooth fabrics you can do so many things. 

recycled polyester production

producing recycled polyester uses up to 90% less water than regular polyester. still you have to be careful and only choose certified recycled fabrics. we think there are pros and cons with this fabric.  the main pro arguments: keeping plastic away from landfills and the ocean and a waterproof and stretchy fabric - just like polyester, but uses less energy to make. still, recycling has its boundaries and recycling uses a lot of energy too. also, recycled polyester can still release micro plastics.


ethically made in portugal