Here are the answers to a few of the most common questions we get frequently asked!

Could you describe the fabrics?
Our fabrics are imported from Italy. They are 100% made from Econyl, a sustainable nylon made from regenerated plastic bottles, fishing nets, carpets and other waste & landfill products. All of our pieces are double-lined with the same fabric because of their reversible nature. Thus, they hold everything well and in place and are strong but very soft.

How is the fit of the bottoms?
All of our pieces fit true to Puerto Rican size standards. Our sizes are not based on North-American (large measurements) standards or Brazilian standards (smaller measurements). We consider ourselves an in-between these two opposites. That said, our experience is that if you are a true small, then you should order based on that. It is also our experience that if you order a larger or smaller size, you would exchange it for your original size.
We have a very descriptive size-chart in our page. We recommend you measure yourself and choose according to our chart in order to find your perfect fit. If you still have questions, you can contact us via our contact page, DM via Instagram or message via Facebook.

What do we get to pick?
For the moment, all of the styles come with printed fabric on one side and a solid color on the other. You only get to choose the color of the solid. However, we have custom-made bottoms with two solids instead of one print and one solid. If you would like a custom selection just let us know and we can make it happen.

Could you justify the price-point? 
Our prices are based on the quality of our fabrics, materials and the crafstamanship that goes behind making our product. 
Other brands that use similar or the same fabrics usually charge double what we do, that's why we consider ourselves 'accessible luxury'. We offer luxury quality but at a more accessible price-point.
Our fabrics are one of our highest costs given the sustainable properties of the product. The other part of the cost is production. Reversible swimsuits are harder to make and take about twice the time. In case you didn't know, all reversible swimsuits have a tiny hole where you turn them. That hole is often machine sewn and visible. We don't want you to see anything, thus we take the time to sew each one by hand. It is also the moment were we quality check each piece.

If you have any other questions, let us know and we will gladly answer them.