Eco-Friendly Sun Wear

S M W H R ☼ S N N Y

Creating premium swimwear from recycled plastic

We are an eco-friendly sun wear company located in the super-sunny city of Phoenix, with a mission to provide innovative, sustainable, and quality sun protection and swimwear at a fair price.

After creating and selling a sunglasses brand, we learned first-hand that how we do business significantly impacts the environment. When we started Somewhere Sunny, we committed to minimizing our environmental footprint. We achieve this by using recycled, renewable, and organic fabrics in each design.

Limiting Our Footprint
By using thoughtfully selected materials, we can impact the environmental damage caused by apparel manufacturing
 
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Why Somewhere Sunny?

We require our manufacturers to have completed a Safe and Respectful Working Environment audit. Learn more >

Our manufacturers must dispose of wastewater and hazardous substances safely and lawfully. In addition, every manufacturer must do everything within their power to reduce power use, hazardous chemicals, and wastewater.

Our goal is to use recycled or renewable fabrics whenever possible. All of our plastic polybags are recycled or biodegradable. We use only recycled materials in our shipping materials, and we do not use any plastic in our package filler.

We joined 1% for the Planet to certify responsible giving and hold ourselves accountable. Certification for 1% for the Planet is only given to companies that commit to donating 1% of their annual sales or salary to environmental causes. Learn more >

We offer a fair and ethical warranty process. The policy is clear and easy to follow. As part of that policy, we prefer to repair rather than replace products when acceptable to conserve resources and reduce manufacturing impact.

With sunshine in the forecast 90% of the time, Arizona is undoubtedly the best place to create a sun protection and swimwear brand. Home to more than 300 golf courses, over 100 resorts, and many mountains to hike, there is an unlimited supply of sun to test our products to the limits.