Summer isn't over yet, and no one understands this better than the team at Ocin, a new Vancouver-based swimwear brand that's retailing gorgeous, minimalist bathing suits.
The brand hopes to use its clothes to encourage consumers to be "their most open and free selves." To achieve this, Ocin creates diverse shapes and cuts that can suit anyone's aesthetic. The brand offers bikinis, two-pieces with high-cut legs, low-back one pieces and more. The designs coupled with the minimalist colorways of green, red and make for a more subtle approach to beachwear.
What's more is that this company uses substantially sourced materials such as "100-percent regenerated polyesters from plastic water bottles saved from landfill, as well as recycled nylons in its fabrics."
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