Jessica Rey with Rey Swimwear has done a lot in her life including a viral video, being a Power Ranger, writing a book and now has created an Audrey Hepburn inspired swimwear line.
Rey Swimwear is focused on beauty and dignity- encouraging and helping ladies to feel confident at the beach and pool. With the pressure for ladies to look 'perfect' these days, ladies feel so self conscious in a swimsuit which takes away from the enjoyment and relaxation they should be experiencing while on vacation. Rey Swimwear focuses not only on the dignity of the ladies wearing the swimsuits, but the people making them. They source all of their fabric ethically and cut/sew in a sweatshop-free factory in Los Angeles.
Rey Swimwear will be hosting a pop-up shop this evening, Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at The Sugar Space Arts Warehouse (132 S 800 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84104) Ladies can come try on swimsuits. They will have several giveaways throughout the evening.
Jessica has written the book `Decent Exposure` which focuses on beauty, confidence, modesty, dating, and friendship- though the book was intended for teens/young adults, ladies of all ages have found wisdom in this book. She will be autographing books at the pop-up shop this evening
To see more of the cute line, visit their website by clicking here or follow @ReySwimwear on Instagram. Rey Swimwear has a special deal for The Place viewers, type in the PROMO CODE: THEPLACE15 at checkout to receive 15% off. The offer ends May 29 at 11:59 p.m.