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ABOUT THE FABRIC
Recycled polyester is fabric that’s produced from synthetic fibers. Recycled polyester is produced by recycling existing materials like plastic bottles and packaging. The fabric still has all the characteristics and performance as a regular polyester, making it a more sustainable fabric alternative.
How is 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. This process uses about 50% less energy and CO2 emissions than making regular polyester.
MORE RECYCLED BIKINIS
the little black string bikini
One of this seasons must have's.
The black string bikini is so hot right now. This reversible bikini top and bottom gives the ultimate in versatility; giving you 2 bikini tops and bottoms in one. We have selected 4 great patterns to compliment this black bikini. You choose the pattern you would like to finish off your LBB.
We have so many options for organizing your life while traveling. Faux fur lined laptop cases, pouches in 4 sizes, gusseted bags in 2 sizes and, of course, the perfect tote.
3 Ways to Wear It
Our small long scarf is the perfect vacation go along.
Tie it to your bag on the airplane - it adds a chic touch.
Use it to tie your hair back while you soak up the sun by the pool - you'll look gorgeous.
Tie it around your wrist to make a fun accessory for a night out - oh la la.
FEATURED LONG SCARVES
a little about pearl & perry
The gorgeous resort wear and travel products of pearl & perry are inspired from our pure love of travel. Our product line is designed with leisure in mind, whether you are spending time at home or traveling abroad.
All pearl & perry products are made for you, eliminating the waste of unsold product going to the landfill. Some designs may take a bit longer to get to you, but on demand saves water and energy - thank you for your patience.
Annually, 92 million tons of textiles go to waste in the fashion industry. Fashion is finally starting to slow down and we see this as a bright future in the industry going forward.
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