Oasis Tropic Wear Macrame Collection - This new line of handmade Colombian Artisan crafted bikini's is made of environmentally friendly materials and manufacturing processes.
Orlando, Florida Aug 14, 2022 (Issuewire.com) - Oasis Tropic Wear is pleased to announce the launch of its brand-new product hand-woven and dyed sustainable swimwear line called, "The Macrame Collection".
Oasis Tropic Wear prides itself on its approach to sustainability both socially and environmentally. All swimsuits created by the brand are made using recycled polyester and nylon fabrics, which equate to the recycling of approximately 17,330 plastic bottles per year assisting in the mission to keep our oceans and forests clean. They use stamping processes free of water and chemical solutions, helping to reduce their environmental impact during production.
Originating From Colombia, Oasis builds all its collections keeping comfort,
flexibility in mind, while retaining uniqueness, elegant sensual outfits influenced by tropical styles and cultures. All this is done without neglecting its ethical mission in the production of garments. This versatility showcases the brand's unique quality, which they offer to the public. The new styles they provide with tropic wear expand the possibility of utilizing their garments that can be used on different occasions, depending on how they are combined.
Oasis's newest release handmade macramé collection. This charming line of
bikini swimwear not only resembles different tropical and vacation
destinations across the world, but radiates the unique, specialized
handwoven work fabric that can only be carried out by the Colombian
artisans who create these extravagant pieces.
With this new Macrame Collection, OASIS continues its plans to deliver quality clothing and swimwear products into the hands of thousands of women willing to wear signature works of art, created with love.
Visit Oasis Tropic Wear to View their new Macramé Collection.
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