Rockstarlette Outdoors™ High Quality Activewear for Women Who Love Outdoor Adventure
  • Fishing Logo High Waist Lightly Padded Bikini SET, UPF 50


    Our NEW Fishing Logo High Waist Bikini Set is the perfect flattering addition to your summer must-haves!  UPF 50 fabric blocks both UVA and UVB rays. Double layer, quick dry fabric and lightly padded cups on the bikini top (removable) and a matching High Waist Bikini Bottom with a flattering cheeky fit. Made from chlorine resistant recycled fabric materials (see info below).

    • UPF50+ protection (Blocks UVA and UVB rays)
    • Double layered (not reversible)
    • Tear-away care label 
    • Zig-zag contrast stitching in black
    • Fabric is OEKO-TEX 100 standard certified
    • Fabric is Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified

    CARE: To make your Bikini last longer, thoroughly rinse it off after each use and get rid of any chlorine/salt residue.

    This All-Over Print Bikini Top is a unique product for Rockstarlette Outdoors as it’s our first swimsuit made from recycled polyester. Take a minute to read about rPET:

    What is recycled polyester?

    Recycled polyester (rPET for short) is a fabric that’s produced from synthetic fibers. Recycled polyester is produced by recycling existing materials (like plastic bottles and packaging) but still has all the characteristics and performance as a regular polyester, making it a more sustainable fabric alternative.

    How’s recycled polyester made?

    Recycled polyester is made by crushing plastic products into small pieces. These small pieces are then processed into yarn, transformed into a fiber, and in the end—made into a fabric.

    What are the advantages of recycled polyester?

    Producing rPet takes 33% to 53% less energy than creating polyester from scratch.  Also, rPet produces approximately 54.6% fewer CO2 emissions to the air than virgin polyester. 

    By using recycled materials to make things like this High-Waisted Bikini Bottom, at least some of the plastic waste produced doesn’t end up in landfills.