Adoration Swim Range Adoration Swim Range

Adoration Swim Range

Adoration Swim Range Adoration Swim Range


Adoration
a look of deep love, a look of utmost respect.

It’s the way we see the ocean and the environment, the way we feel toward our friends and toward ourselves.

Striving to look at elements of our life through a lens of adoration will forever lead to a  juicy existence.

This range has been designed giving a nod to bygone eras; deep adoration and admiration of powerful women who have come before us, inspired us and led the way to where we have found ourselves today.

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Adoration towards the ocean

We have created this range to carry a variety of shapes to fit and flatter all wild women. 

Adoration is our way of paying our respect to you, to let you know just how much we adore you.

We pay respect to our environment and the ocean by exploring various ways to try and reduce our impact. We aren’t saying this because it is fashionable, not because we feel obliged, but because we want to. This range of swim has been made using Econyl, regenerated nylon, which has been made by rescuing waste from the ocean and repurposing it into industry leading alternatives. The high-end fabric is stretchy, buttery soft, elegant and pill resistant. Just rinse in cool, fresh water after having fun to ensure longevity. We do what we can for the places we adore the most.

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Giddy up , cow girl

We teamed up with our good mates at Fallen BROKEN Street, our favourite hat makers to bring you the best cowgirl hat ever. Designed to be worn in the water, on land or on the back of your horse, this hat features a drawstring to make sure you don’t lose it and studs on either side for you to wear it whatever style you feel. Who said being sun smart had to be boring? We are excited to don a pink cowgirl hat all summer long.

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Horse shoot by Justin Crawford 
Water shoot by Megan Costello and  Shannon Cavarocchi