Andie Swimwear FAQ
Where is Andie made?
Andie pieces are made in China, at the world’s leading luxury swimwear manufacturer. According to the company’s website, the manufacturer has decades of experience in creating high-quality swimwear from innovative textiles, and they use a state-of-the-art-equipment. Regarding ethical production, Andie Swimwear claims that the manufacturer in China respects ethical and fair labor practices.
How do I care for my Andie?
To maintain the longevity of your Andie pieces, you should pre-rinse your suit in fresh water before jumping into a pool or the ocean. This will help maintain the swimsuit fibers, as salt, chlorine and other particles in saltwater cling to dry suits. After each wear, immediately you should rinse them in cold water to remove saltwater, chlorine, sunscreen, and natural body oils. To wash your swimsuits, the company’s advice is to hand wash them in cold water using a gentle laundry detergent or hand soap. As the last step, lay them flat to dry. For intimates, the company’s care instruction is to machine wash in cold water with like colors, then flat dry.
Can I talk to an Andie fit expert?
Yes, if you have any concerns about which size would fit you the best, you can schedule a fit consulting call or video call with one of the Andie fit experts.
What’s the life span of an Andie Suit?
According to the brand, all Andie Suits are made of high-quality, durable fabrics, using innovative technology. However, no swimsuit will last you forever. The good news is that you can always help their longevity and maintain the quality of the fabrics by following the company’s care instructions.
What are the Andie swimsuit materials and construction?
The company uses 3 staple swimsuit materials: flat, ribbed, and eco. Here’s how each of them is constructed:
- Flat: This includes a high-quality blend of 18% spandex, and 82% nylon which is chlorine-resistant, durable, non-pilling, quick-drying, and breathable.
- Ribbed: Made of 90% Nylon, and 10% Spandex. Thanks to the compressive lining, and the textured rib, this material provides a smoothing effect.
- Eco: A stretchy and compressive material made of 87% Recycled Polyester and 13% Spandex.