Redeeming Consumerism: Rey Swimwear

 

Hello!

I’m back with another Redeeming Consumerism post! Today I am talking about *Rey Swimwear. Rey Swimwear is a swimsuit brand based in California and founded by Jessica Rey, a former power ranger, author, mom, and entrepreneur. Their swimsuits are adorable and very unique. I had a really hard time deciding which one I wanted to order but I finally decided on Audrey in Pineapple. I’m wearing it in the pictures and isn’t it adorable? Rey Swimwear was founded with the goal of creating a modest alternative to modern swimsuits, specifically the bikini. I love their philosophy that you don’t have to show a lot of skin to be beautiful or stylish.

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ignore my tan line!

While I would love a more complete policy on maufacturing standards and procedures as well as an auditing policy Rey Swimwear is very upfront about their commitment to ethical manufacturing.

“All of our swimsuits are proudly and ethically manufactured in California. Rey Swimwear only works with partners who share our values and believe in ethical production. Our manufacturers have rigorous compliance standards against which they’re constantly assessed. They’re responsible for upholding production and sourcing practices across areas such as human rights, health/safety, and fair wages, thus respecting the dignity of all people- not only those who wear our swimsuits, but those who make them.  Our dedication to ethical production is reflected in our pricing.” https://www.reyswimwear.com/pages/faq

These suits are definitely not a cheap suit that you buy at Target and throw away at the end of the summer. I haven’t had my suit long enough to testify to the lasting power but quality of the fabric and the seams is definitely somthing that is going to last.

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All of Rey Swimwear’s suits are very classy and cute. I especially love Regina in emerald and Ann in garden party. And they just introduced plus sizes to the line!

Have a great day!

~Maizy

Unless I let you know otherwise, my posts aren’t sponsored by any of the companies whose products I mention. I won’t accept sponsorships from companies whose products I don’t use all the time and think are really great; you know I’m classier than that;). However, links marked with an * are affiliate links. Should you click on the links and make a purchase, I’ll go add to my growing stash of tea, or pay the fines on that library book that I couldn’t put down for a month. I am a Rey Swimwear affiliate. If you click on the link in the beginning of this post, or on the widget on the sidebar, I will be paid for any purchase that you make, at no extra cost to you.

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