Tie-Side Brazilian Thong
Comfortable, sexy, sustainable. What more could you want? A tie side for discreetly eradicating tan lines on the hips while sunbathing? You got it!
Features & Fit
Featuring matt-silver ring details, no-fuss adjustable side tie straps, and minimal-cheeky coverage.
- Size up for more coverage.
- Recycled techno-fabric.
- Fully self-lined.
Adriana is 5’2” (159cm), a 33” (84cm) hip, and is wearing a size S.
For measurement & sizing information, check our Size Guide.
Fabric & Care
Fabric & Lining:
78% Econyl® Recycled Nylon + 22% LYCRA® XTRA LIFE™
Handwash in cold water & dry flat in the shade.
Make your Rockadi last longer with our tips on Bikini Care.
We’re passionate about ethical sustainability and our first eco-friendly, longer-lasting swimwear collection remains the Bedrock of our brand.
Each piece features the strongest, most resilient Econyl® recycled nylon fabric available, and the collection stays true to the principles of slow fashion with new additions and refreshed styles evolving over time.
We make our swimwear from waste plastic, but don’t think it should arrive swimming in it too. So this product comes in 100% FSC certified/recycled, biodegradable, recyclable, and reusable paper-based packaging.
Other Popular Choices
Follow us on Instagram
A: Bust – Measure around the fullest part of your bust. This is usually across the front of your nipples. Keep the tape measure parallel to the floor and take care not to pull it tight.
B: Underbust – Measure under your bust across your ribs. This is usually where your bra-band sits. The tape measure should be snug to your body here.
C: Waist – Measure around your waist at the narrowest point, making sure the tape measure stays parallel to the floor.
D: Hips – Measure around the line of your hip bone where you would most comfortably wear mid-rise underwear, jeans, etc. This is most likely where you will wear the waistband of your swimwear, except in the case of high waist and low-rise styles.
- As soon as you leave the water, give your swimwear a cold rinse to remove any salt or chlorine – standing under the pool or beachside shower will do the trick, then give it a second rinse when you get home.
- If more than a rinse is needed, gently hand wash in cold water using natural, biodegradable detergents that are gentler on fibres and colours – spot clean if you can and don’t rub the fabric too vigorously.
- Try slipping your swimwear into a GuppyFriend® wash bag designed to keep loose fibres from entering the water.
- Whatever you do, do not use a washing machine. They are designed to agitate the fibres in clothes which can cause synthetic yarns to break, reducing the lifespan of your swimwear and adding to the microfibre pollution problem in our waterways and oceans.
- Avoid wringing your swimwear out. This can break the fibres and affect shape and elasticity. Remove excess water by rolling it in a towel and giving it a gentle squeeze instead.
- Dry your swimwear flat and in the shade to maintain its amazing shape and colour. Direct sunlight can cause colours to fade, and if you hang it to dry, water pooling at the bottom can stretch the fibres out.
- Do not bleach, iron, or tumble-dry your swimwear.
- Never leave swimwear in a cold, wet heap and always make sure it’s fully dry before wearing again. Pack a spare so you can alternate, and they’ll give more life back in return.