Sustainable beach wear

G Magazine

Greet the sun, sand and ocean in eco-friendly style this summer.

Beachy wear

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Terry Rich is a resort label that is all about feeling comfortably stylish at the beach. Known for their simple and classic designs, they use 100 per cent organic cotton in this Beluga beach towel.
G loves: Navy towel, $89.90. www.terryrich.com.au

Eco Lyloh sarongs are made from 100 per cent organic cotton jersey and allow you to be creative, turning a luxuriously smooth fabric into nine different outfits. The multi-purpose sarongs are dyed and hand-painted at a natural dye house in Bali, using mostly locally grown plants, flowers and vegies, while the jersey comes from the Netherlands.
G loves: Coco palm sarong, $126, Coral garden sarong, $122. www.lyloh.com

The Planet surfwear label from classic surf brand Rip Curl combines their easygoing beach design style with eco-innovation. The bikinis and boardshorts contain almost 90 per cent ‘recycled polyester’ – a material formed from recycled plastic bottles. The hybrid fabric has a soft and supportive texture, like a second skin.
G loves: Rip Curl ladies boardshorts, $59.99, Rip Curl mens boardshorts, $79.99, Rip Curl bandeau bikini, $89.99, Rip Curl bikini, $69.99. www.ripcurl.com.au

Billy & Lola swimsuits channel all the feminine and flirty figure-flattering styles of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. These retro one-pieces and bikinis, upcycled from cotton bed sheets or organic textiles, stand out from the rest with florals, checks and boho-patterned textiles.
G loves: Billy & Lola tie-knot bikini, $119, Billy & Lola high waisted bikini $139, Billy & Lola shirred one-piece, $189. www.billyandlola.com.au