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6 American-Made Brands Every Girl Should Be Wearing This Summer

In today's fast fashion world, it’s rare to come across a label with the words “made in the U.S.A.” Most items these days come from overseas- where they can be cheaply made in sweatshops or through child labor. In honor of Memorial Day this month, we've rounded up 6 american-made brands that are ethically made. Be proud of what you wear this summer.

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1. Boho Soul

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Boho Soul Bikinis are our number one pick for swimwear this summer. All of their pieces are reversible, which means one bikini set gives you 4 looks in 1- providing you with more options when mixing and matching, cutting down on your summer spending and saving you room in your beach bag (or suitcase). Plus, tops and bottoms are sold separately so you can create your own unique look. All of their swimwear is designed and made in North America.

2. Flynn Skye

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Inspired by her free spirited daughter, the designer of Flynn Skye strives to create pieces that make anyone feel good. A little sexy, a little edgy, and a lot of beach meets the city. Flynn Skye is designed in Venice and made in downtown Los Angeles.

3. Randolph USA

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Randolph USA is proud to be the only remaining metal eyewear manufacturer in the USA. Engineered to last, Randolph won a contract to produce the standard, uniform-issue military-spec aviator sunglasses for the U.S. Air Force in 1982 and holds the contract to this day.

5. Brook There

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Completely eco-concious, Brook There's products are not only made in America but also use organic cotton for environmental and health reasons. The brand, which sells primarily lingerie and undergarments, focuses on an interplay between confidence and comfort.

6. Imogene and Willie

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Imogene and Willie cut and sew their jeans in LA, the only denim mill still in operation in the States. Meant to be often worn but seldom washed, they claim their premium, high-quality denim is more like a second skin.

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