We are on a mission to empower women.

Hi, meet Nani.

When Nani was born in 2016, we set out to settle the fight between the frumpy grandma suit and the skimpy string bikini with fashion-forward, active swimwear that inspires you to get outside.

Nani is the Hawaiian word for “beautiful”, and our mission is to create swimwear that empowers women to live a #nanilife by seeking adventure, being kind, and striving to give back.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for supporting us, the Nani brand, and our team!

Real Women, Real Bodies

We aspire to put an end to the unrealistic and overly photoshopped photos normally seen in magazines, ads + online shopping. Let’s celebrate body diversity, not stigmatize it. No photoshop--ever. No professional models for onsite photoshoots. Every body is a swimsuit body.


We believe quality is the first step to sustainability and that impact starts with how we operate. We work to continually innovate and improve upon our process from design to manufacturing and sale to distribution. We are committed to protecting this earth we love by manufacturing responsibly and ethically. Starting summer of 2021, all Nani suits are made from recycled plastic water bottles.

Support your Local Girl Gang

Nani is an all women-run company. WE GET YOU. Our team works hard to create the most unique, best-fitting, and highest quality swimwear because we understand your need to be comfortable and feel confident in a suit. We work with artists all over the world to bring you one of a kind prints. All suits are designed in-house from start to finish. By women, for women.

Empowered Women Empower Women

Established in 2016, Nani Swimwear is designed in the mountains of Northern Utah. Nani co-founders have a shared vision to create products that support and uplift women to feel comfortable and confident in all their outdoor adventures. The company supports many women's charities including: CAPSA, a center for domestic abuse survivors, and local Breast Cancer Centers.

(Co-Owners: Janna Barlow, Marissa Barlow, and Amy Rasmussen)