Please note that the cup size is only a suggested size and also depends on other factors, such as your band length and individual shape of your body. Please align your cup and bust measurement with the sizing chart and the sizes you usually wear in similar items. Measure bustover the fullest part (usually over the nipples) when wearing an unpadded bra or a bikini top. This is also up to individual preference: do you like your top to havemore coverageand therefore would prefer a larger size? Or would you like your top to be really snug and therefore havemore support? Or if you’d prefer both, choose an adjustable style in a larger size.
Our Bralette Top has been one of our bestsellers throughout the years – this little top features a ruched front together with thin, straight straps giving this top a minimalistic look and bringing out the gorgeous print! This top is available in multiple prints and it’s been popular combined to both low-cut and high-cut bottoms, so whichever you prefer, we’re sure you’ll be able to find your favourite look.
Reversible into a solid taupe brown
Not padded but double lined for extra coverage
Print placement may vary
Ethically handmade in Bali
Solid fabric ECONYL®, 78% recycled PA, 22% EA
Print fabric REPREVE®, 86% recycled PA, 14% EA
The solid coloured fabric used in this item is made from recycled and regenerated plastic waste giving these valuable resources a new life. The fabric used in this item is ECONYL, a nylon yarn regenerated from discarded waste plastics, such as fishing nets and plastic bottles collected from our oceans. These post-consumer waste plastics are given a new life in form of our swimwear items through a process that involves breaking down the nylon polymer into monomers, then regenerating the nylon into a new yarn. The breakdown process is done with only temperature and steam, without the use of harmful chemical agents, in a renewable energy driven process. Reusing nylon to make Econyl reduces the environmental impact of nylon by 80% compared with the material produced from crude oil. Read more about the process via the fabric manufacturer’s website.
The print fabric we use is also made utilising discarded post-consumer waste plastics. The manufacturer of the Repreve fabric we use is calledUnifi– the company rescues plastic bottles from ending up wasted in a landyard and instead processes them into a high-quality recycled fabric which has the same, if not even better, qualities than a virgin fabric. Their program has already recycled more than 25 billion plastic bottles altogether! We are so happy to be supporting this great company in this cause.
Size & Fit
We know that swimwear sizing can be tricky! If you need any help, do not hesitate to get in contact.
A lot of sizing is up to individual preference: you can think of whether you like your swimwear to be tight-fitting, which we recommend for water sports, or a bit on the looser side, which on the other hand is perfect for tanning and relaxing. If you prefer a snug fit, shop your usual size – if you prefer a more loose-fitting size or a bit more coverage, choose a size up. If you are in between sizes, you could probably wear both – the smaller one will be snug and the larger one more loose-fitting.
Please also note that swimwear will also always feel snug when worn dry and for the first time. The fabric will always get a tad softer after being worn a couple of times.
Preferably hand wash at 30°C.
No tumble drying or ironing.
Do not hang your swimwear to dry from the straps to avoid stretching.
Lilja the Label products are made using either recycled, regenerated or organic materials, such as ECONYL® nylon and REPREVE®recycled plastic bottles.Both of these regenerated fabrics have Oeko-Tex-standard that requires that their fabrics have ruled out certain colorants, certain metals, formaldehyde and other harmful substances so they are safe to use. Also 100% of Lilja’s consumer packaging is fully renewable.
Lilja the Label products are made in Bali, Indonesia and the same factory has been manufacturing Lilja products since 2018.For Lilja the Label, the main priority is to look after the well-being of everyone involved in their production chain. They believe that a company focused on soft values, well-being and respect for the environment can only succeed when its most important resources, its people, are also doing well. They have chosen this factory and other manufacturing partners, such as fabric retailers, manufacturers of packaging materials etc. after extensive research of the factories, their working conditions, fair wages and holidays.
Lilja the label aims to be as environmentally conscious and open as possible. More than 50% of the energy used by Lilja the Label comes from renewable sources.
Read more about Lilja the Label's sustainability here.