We recommend using a tape measure to find your perfect fit. Measure at the fullest part of your bust wearing a non-padded and non-compressive bra (or no bra!). Measuring tape should be relaxed on your bust. If you're in between sizes, we suggest sizing down for a more compressive fit, or sizing up for a more relaxed fit.
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A cropped tank, sports bra hybrid with a high neckline, racerback and soft, four-way stretch fabric.
The Dylan Bra is an extra versatile longline sports bra slash crop top (it hits around the same point as the Paloma) that’s designed with a contoured racerback so you can move around without feeling too constricted because nobody likes that. It also has a high neck that keeps you covered and looks really good layered under or over lower-cut things. Because who doesn’t love a good layer?
To take care of them, machine wash cold with like colors and line dry flat. We recommend using a Guppyfriend washing bag.
"A bunch of old water bottles has never looked so good!"
Girlfriend Collective believes in ethical manufacturing and recycled materials. In addition, the brand believes that health and wellness come in many shapes and sizes, and that representation matters. The colorful designed tops and leggings are made to fit all body types.
The brand was founded in 2016 by a couple, Ellie and Quang Dinh. Transparency was their first goal when starting Girlfriend Collective and it is still one of the most important values for them. <
Old water bottles and fishing nets are the main raw materials for production. Recycled polyester comes from Taiwan which is nowadays the leader in recycling. Leggings are made from 25 recycled post-consumer water bottles. The Girlfriend Collective processing center is owned by a Taiwanese family and is certified by the Taiwanese government. Factories have an SA8000 certificate which guarantees that employees are paid a fair wage and treated with respect. Girlfriend is actively looking for ways to help the planet and its inhabitants.
GRS - Global Recycling Standard