Here's a size chart to help you navigate the best size to order:
Check out our FIND YOUR FIT page to help with more details about each style and fit tips!!
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We want our sizing charts to be as helpful as possible, but we know that sometimes you need a second opinion, and all bodies are different! We recommend using a tape measure, and if you're still unsure, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd be happy to help you find the perfect size...we want you to FEEL GOOD in your swimmie!!
The NIGHT DIVE® HONEYbottom featuresan ultra-flattering crossover surplice V-waistband, a mid-high rise fit, and our unique three-layer construction for the ultimate smoothing fit.
FEEL: Material has a buttery hand feel. Triple lined compression material.
SUSTAINABILITY: Made from discarded fishing nets and other nylon waste, sustainably and ethically in Bali, Indonesia.
FIT: Compression fabric offers a controlled fit that holds its shape and makes the perfect, secure fit. Size up if you are between sizes or want more coverage.
FIT TIP: Swimwear should fit snug when dry.
Constructed in our recycled fabric OceanTex
Created by the Female Founded brand NIGHT DIVE®
Constructed in the most Environmentally Friendly way and with Zero Waste
We want to make sure your swimmies last, so here are a few tips to care for your swimwear:
Fabric and Care
Our fabric has a compressive feel and four-way stretch for all-day comfort and recovery. Perfect for lounging by the pool or catching a 6 AM wave.
Fabric Content: 82% nylon and 18% spandex
Rinse in cold water immediately after wearing to remove some chlorine, saltwater, sunscreen and/or natural body oils.
Hand-wash your suits in cold water with a gentle laundry detergent or hand soap. Do not bleach, iron, or tumble dry.
Lay Flat to Dry. Hang drying can stretch out your suit. Laying flat to dry gives the fabric a chance to reshape.
For super-suit longevity, pre-rinse your NIGHT DIVE swimmie in fresh water before diving into the pool or ocean. Salt, chlorine, and other particles cling to dry suits, so jumping in some clean water before your day at the beach/pool/park help maintain swimsuit fibers.