December 6, 2021

Nude Lucy Swimwear – This Summer’s Ultimate Fashion Drop You Need on Your Radar

Belen Arce
Nude Lucy Swimwear – This Summer’s Ultimate Fashion Drop You Need on Your Radar
Introducing Nude Swim, the latest addition to the Nude Lucy range – a conscious collection of premium swimwear for everyone.

Is there something more exciting than looking forward to the summer season that’s almost upon us? We doubt it – especially if there’s sustainable swimwear in the equation! 

Named Nude Swim, this capsule collection from Nude Lucy saw the light last month and is now available online and at the Nude Lucy Bondi Summer Pop Up for those Sydneysiders who’d prefer the experience of trying the new pieces IRL. We immediately fell in love with the range because of its lovely aesthetics and because it has been designed to sit in line with the primary collection, following the brand’s recently launched sustainable activewear. In other words, Nude Swim embodies the DNA of the Nude Lucy brand, whose mission is to offer a complete casual wardrobe inspired by a relaxed, coastal Australian way of life.

As a brand that takes its cues from a coastal lifestyle, introducing swimwear was a no-brainer. In line with the main range, the swim collection is classic, easy and minimal. The focus is on the quality. Each style has been crafted in recycled fabrication – being inspired by a country that we treasure and the lifestyle it provides, protecting our environment is important to us, so this was a key factor in the design.
 – NILOU ZIBAEE, HEAD OF NUDE LUCY. 

Committing to a journey of eco-conscious practices, the swimwear line has been created with sustainability as a primary focus. They’ve used recycled fabrics for the whole collection, while still providing customers with premium quality and an accessible price point. 

With a total of sixteen styles, the collection includes eight bikinis and a classic-cut one-piece available in over eight different colour and pattern options. It also includes the Nude Classic Beach Towel, a premium extra-large towel hand-loomed in Turkey and crafted from mid-weight cotton terry. 

To remain inclusive is one of the brand's most important values, so the capsule offers a wide range of styles and cuts to cater to a variety of body shapes and each style is offered in 5 sizes, from XS to XL. Some of the key shapes you will love to wear this season include the bralette top, the triangle top, the high-waist brief, and the cheeky bikini brief, all of which can be mixed and matched in size and colour. 

We also take pride in offering a diverse range of fits and a wide size range across this capsule to ensure this category is body inclusive. We are excited to have this launch coincide with our Pop up store opening in Bondi. The pop up will stock our Swim, Active & Lounge capsules along with a hand picked selection of pieces from our main range. 
NILOU ZIBAEE, HEAD OF NUDE LUCY. 

Now you have more than one reason to buy a new bikini for the coming beach season!

If you liked this article, check our feature on Sustainable Swimwear here.

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