CompanyFounded in 2020, Salty Bottom Swim emerged during the challenging times of the Coronavirus pandemic. The British brands vision was to bring travel lovers together in the awake of the travel industry.
The styles at Salty Bottom offer women the chance to feel confident, sexy and carefree on the beach.
Bringing women together as part of a travel community is the main vision for the brand. The launch of Salty Bottoms travel blogs provides women with the insights they need to book the trip of their dreams.
Founder Jess, has had her fair share of body confidence issues in the past after being rejected by a modelling agency at the age of 14 for having 'too wide hips'.
Having struggled to feel confident about her shape, buying main stream swimwear left her feeling deflated. Her bid to find the perfect bikini to suit her tall but wide frame became tiresome and expensive.
After searching high and low for a British brand selling affordable, flattering swimwear separates she noticed a gap in the market coupled with her love for travel she decided to launch a brand which represents young, carefree women who love to travel and feel confident on the beach in their own bodies.
Jess designs her own unique prints in the Sunshine Coast of Eastbourne, UK, whilst working a full time job. Her designs ensure that there is something for everyone with the swimwears bespoke adjustable features and mix and match separates to get the perfect fit for your body shape.
We have ethically sourced environmentally friendly packaging solutions in order to preserve our beautiful planet.
The tissue paper we wrap our swimwear in is 100% compostable, our stickers are made from recycled paper and our mailing bags are reusable and recyclable, how awesome is that!
In 2021, we teamed up with EcoCart to offset the carbon footprint of our orders. Customers will be given the option to contribute towards the EcoCart Tri-City Forest project in order to offset the carbon emmissions of their order.
Our aim is to keep monitoring our impact on the environment and seek to choose environmentally friendly practices where economically viable.