The sun is shining, the ocean is calling and it’s time for new season swimwear!
As parents we know that all swimwear is not created equal. Yes, we love our little ones looking stylish in the surf but kids swimwear is about so much more than that. We want sun smart swimmers, with great coverage, chlorine resistant fabrics, exclusive prints and….say it with me now…no saggy bums!
Introducing Ocean Tales
That’s where Ocean Tales comes sweeping in with the Northerly offshore breeze—children’s swimwear label, by Aussie gal Nicole Bower and her Mum, Cathy and Aunty, Karen.
The family-operated business came to fruition during a holiday and now includes an exclusive curation of hand-created designs for girls and boys aged from one through to 10.
“We had this grand idea whilst standing in the ocean at our favourite beach in South West Rocks,” Nicole tells us “We wanted more for Mums and bubs. Miniature swimwear with stylish prints that everyone would love. Better quality fabrics that withstood harsh Aussie elements. Comfortable features for your little ones. AND swimwear that was ethically manufactured.”
And the team at Ocean Tales sure do pour love and passion into every garment, creating and crafting to perfection.
Kids Cossies, Consciously created
Designed in Australia by Nicole herself, each of the high quality and super fun prints is guaranteed to draw smiles and hours of playtime for the little people – whether by the pool or down at the beach!
The colourful and playful collection includes, surfsuits, hats, rashies, cute cossies for your mini man and bright bikinis for your little lady; all the ingredients for fun in the sun!
Ocean Tales is renowned for:
- Sun-smart features (SPF 50+) – long sleeves, double lined fabric, secure and strong zippers
- Exclusive prints – designed in Australia and ethically manufactured
- Perfect fit, great coverage and no saggy bums
- Chlorine resistant fabrics
- Super soft and comfy to wear
- Lined in all the places it matters
New season swimwear from Ocean Tales is available for pre order now: