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Aqua Green offers eco-friendly sexy swimwear line
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Jan '13
One-piece swimwear is now hot in Hollywood. Celebrities and style icons from curvy Beyonce and Rihanna to super slim Taylor Swift are behind the growing trend and have been sporting more one-piece styles with flirty skirts and full coverage tops, redefining what is sexy on the beach.

This comes as good news to the eco-friendly swimwear brand ECO SWIM by AQUA GREEN as their second season has many trendy and sexy one-piece silhouettes, hitting stores now.

Experts in a recent Yahoo! Shine article note that sexy standard is changing due to designers like ECO SWIM by AQUA GREEN who are more innovative and creative with silhouettes. Luckily, the brand has their environmental mission to thank for that.

With the intention to spread their environmental message far and wide, the company specifically designed their 2013 swimwear collection to reach women of every shape and size so they could look good while doing good on the beach.

Now more women will be able to express their personal style in a one-piece suit and be a part of the growing celebrity trend while making a statement for the environment.

This redefinition of what is sexy on the beach comes at the same time eco-friendly products are redefining quality in stores. For ECO SWIM by AQUA GREEN, quality means measuring their environmental impact with eco-friendly components, sourced locally and made in America, offering a better alternative than conventional suits.

Whether it be their crush-worthy fashion or their environmental mission, celebrity stylists, fashion editors and store buyers are taking notice. Find ECO SWIM by AQUA GREEN’s hot new silhouettes in better department and specialty stores across North America.

About AQUA GREEN:

AQUA GREEN is one of the world’s leading sustainable lifestyle brands, driven to provide fashionable consumer products. AQUA GREEN is based in Easton, PA and its swimsuits can be purchased at specialty and department stores as well as on select websites. 

Aqua Green

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