Berlook's Statement Sustainable Swimwear

Wednesday, April 3

Purple Lurex Cross Back One-Piece Swimsuit
Spring has finally arrived and everyones thoughts are turning to holidays... especially since it has been raining all week and isn't forecast to stop any time soon. With that thought I'm back today with a swimsuit review and sharing my picks from Berlook's sustainable swimwear range.

I'm always sceptical about a brand claiming to be sustainable and looking into Berlook they say their swimwear uses recycled materials, eco-friendly production processes, and they are commitmentted to minimising environmental impact.

My first pick was this purple lurex swimsuit, mostly because it's giving me Taylor Swift Lover Era vibes. In person it is gorgeous and sparkly without having those silver threads that can make my sensitive skin crawl. This is thanks to the lining being made of a soft recycled polyamide.

Jacquard Criss-Cross One-Piece Swimsuit
The second one that caught my eye was this light green jacquard swimsuit - it's such an eye catching colour that will look great with a tan but I loved the shape of the bust and the texture of floral design. This one has a good amount of padding in the cups and the straps on this one are adjustable too. 

As a UK12/14, I opted for the XL size, and both of these one-pieces fit me perfectly. For those needing larger sizes there is also a plus-size range with plenty of similar designs to choose from. The use of recycled nylon and polyester in these swimsuits suggests they're built to last for many trips to the pool or beach, keeping with my aim for long-lasting clothing.

I wouldn't say either of these designs are particularly supportive if you have bigger boobs like me but if your not intending them to be for active use I think they look great and make a statement. After browsing their website Berlook's like swimwear that shows a lot of skin so if you want to show off your tan I think they'd be perfect. 

I'd say both these one-piece swimsuits are on the higher price end of what I'm happy to pay. The purple one is £54 and the green one is £44 but if you look into the sustainable and recycled materials these come with a premium. 

This summer if your looking for the best one-piece swimsuit then I'd recommend having a look at Berlook. The two pieces I've tried have both been stylish and comfortable swimwear. If the swimsuits I picked out aren't for you then they've got lots of bikinis in the same styles. 

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