For today’s Focus on Fair Trade, we’re getting you ready for summer fun with a swimwear edition.  Suit up with a cute new boho bikini and know that you’re contibuting to the global movement in ethical fashion.  Check out these three companies that ensure their products are made in factories with safe working conditions by employees earning a fair wage for their work. Many of them have a bonus of being eco-friendly as well! So rock your #everydaytribal style on the beach, by the pool, or just in the backyard sprinkler if you must!

Vitamin A Swim

“We’re leading the way with EcoLuxTM, our exclusive new superfine matte jersey swim fabric produced locally in California, using recycled nylon fiber to conserve resources and LYCRA XTRA LIFE® fiber to extend the life of each swimsuit far beyond that of traditional spandex products.”

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Vitamin A’s Samba Brazilian cut Harika-print bikini is everything a tribalista could ask for in swimwear!

Azura Bay

“ethical production, local options, artisan & handmade production, Fair Trade and eco-friendly fabrics and production processes as much as possible. Additionally, most of our brands are woman-owned.”

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Azura Bay: The little black and gold Maria suit has the right amount of print and sparkle with adorable little tassels on the sides

Jessica Rey Swimwear

“…ethically made in sweatshop-free factories in L.A.  Employees are paid fair wages and treated with dignity and respect.”

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Jessica Rey’s Regina in Emerald vintage suit is abso
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Swim – Azura Bay
€88 – azurabay.com

Swim – Azura Bay
€110 – azurabay.com

Vitamin A ~ Neutra Bralette – Lush Life
€94 – vitaminaswim.com