About Ricki Rum

Carefully designed and crafted in the USA. Made of Italian fabric, our swimwear is designed to flatter all body types.


The Fit 

Fit was top-of-mind when designing our suits. Thanks to our connected front and back straps, our designs are accommodating to lots of chest and cup sizes. Our suits are made to fit and flatter real women’s bodies using adjustable straps and reversible designs. They are made from Italian fabrics and assembled in New York City.

Sustainability: The Fabric

Every year 1.4 billion pounds of trash end up in our oceans. And by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean. We, the founders of Ricki Rum swimwear, want to help preserve the waters we grew up swimming in.

So we created a line of sustainable, eco-friendly bathing suits. Our fabric does it all. Made of 100% recycled materials (think discarded fishing nets and ocean plastic), UV protected, and Italian-made. Added bonus: it's the softest swimwear fabric we've ever felt. 




All of our suits are reversible - print on one side, solid on the other. Eliminating the need to pack more than one suit for the weekend since 2018. 



Ricki Rum was born after a night in New York City revealed our aspirations to develop a swimwear line to call our own. We are focused on fit and inspired by the New England summers of our childhood.

Our suits are made from Italian fabrics and are assembled in the United States. Each design is reversible and constructed to flatter real body types. Mix-and-match suit sets allow you to create your own style. It’s important to us that you find a suit you love that also celebrates your individuality. 

On top of everything, we are committed to taking care of the oceans we grew up on. Our fabric is made of 100% recycled material. 

Ricki Rum, the nickname of one of our founder's late father, is a combination of his first name and the street he lived on for years. Our logo is in his handwriting, one of the many ways his inspiration is woven into our business. 

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