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two friends wearing black and green bikini two piece in park with orange blanket

We’re Hannah and Jess, two girls giving you more reasons to bikini.


What is a reason to bikini?


Well, it used to be beaches, resorts, and big pools with floats to tan on, but when the pandemic hit, those weren’t options anymore and our bikinis were locked away. At first we were relieved to not have to fit into the uncomfortable straps or deal with the cheap and unsustainable material.


But bikinis represent so much joy. And we began to miss them. We needed a bikini that fit into a London flat. That you could wear at the local park or when WFH or when lying on the rug catching the 5 minutes of sunlight that enters your apartment.


So we created MUSA.


Sustainable, comfortable, luxurious swimwear that’s just as nice on the riviera as it is on your terrace that’s actually just the neighbour’s roof.


Giving you more reasons to bikini and hopefully, you can find some joy in them.

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Sustainable Fabric

Finally, you can not only see the effects of recycling, but you can feel how soft they are too. The fabric that makes our swimsuits is 78% ECONYL® regenerated nylon and 22% elastane. Which is the science way to say it’s made from recycled materials like fishing nets and plastic waste and reduces the use of crude oil and CO2 emissions

So if you recycle, you may have helped build this swimming costume!

Here’s a list of pros and cons about the material:



o Other clothing will get jealous

o Jeff Bezos stock might go down


o Recycled yarn

o Ultra-chlorine resistant

o Resistant to sun cream and oil

o Muscle control

o Shape retention

o UV protection

o Excellent coverage

o Ultra flat

o Soft

o Two-way stretch

o Pilling resistant

o Perfect fit

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