Fun Facts About Do Good Swimwear and Surf Club

Who We Are:

We are a small swimwear brand that supports ecofriendly and ethical practices, and provides affordable, sustainably and ethically made swimsuits, made to last for seasons to come! These suits are created by surfer girls for anyone looking to give back to the earth and the community! 

 

Purchase with a Purpose!

Each swimsuit is made out of recycled materials using ocean waste (such as, fish nets, plastic bottles, and old nylons) which is then recycled and turned into a beautiful, soft, and comfortable material- perfect for swimsuits!

We create classic, timeless cuts in a fun, but limited assortment of colors, which you can mix and match so it will last for many seasons to come (read: slow fashion!) Slow fashion is the movement of designing, creating, and buying garments for quality and longevity. It encourages slower production schedules, fair wages, lower carbon footprints, and (ideally) zero waste. 

A portion of the profits from each sale goes to ocean conservation efforts (Bali's ROLE Foundation), planting a tree for carbon offsetting with onetreeplanted.org and Trees For the Future (which helps plant trees and assists farmers plant sustainable crops to help provide nutrients and nourishment to the soil, resulting in long-term ways to help feed their at-risk communities), and towards girls/women's mental health, education and life skill building by donating to Tahanan Sta. Luisa, a crisis center in the Philippines made for girls/women who experienced trauma while living in the streets and are trying to rebuild for a better life, and Women's Global Empowerment Fund, which helps microfinance business loans and provides educational resources to empower women in Africa so that they can support themselves and their families and thrive! We are all about women supporting women! 

 

TL;DR: 

Each swimsuit is an investment in looking good and feeling good. Not only are you going to look fabulous, you are also supporting the eco friendly lifestyle, ocean conservation, carbon offsetting, and women who need it most. You glow, girl.