SHOP MODEST SWIM MODEST AND BE MODEST
Swim, stroll, shop, and lounge in Aqua Modesta® Cover-up dresses and four piece swimsets. The cover-up dresses are designed to be worn over one’s own undergarments or bathing suit. We also designed a two piece set that you can wear under your dress cover-ups in lieu of your own swimsuit. The four-piece swimset includes: The skirt with the brief sewn into it. A sports bra which is lined and cupped worn underneath a three quarter sleeve top.
We also carry hair coverings made of swimwear fabric in coordinating colors and prints. All our designs conform to Jewish laws of modesty. Aqua Modesta is created entirely of swimwear fabric: 80% nylon and 20% lycra. The fabrics stretch in four different directions for greater ease of movement. They are opaque even in their lighter color palettes. The material is quick drying and cling free. Once wet shake loose and watch it dry straight while you’re wearing it. Perfect for travel, as they are wrinkle-free. All the fabrics are UV Rated for greater sun protection. Aqua Modesta® is designed with modesty, function and fashion in mind. Ideal for the most casual swimmer to the most serious one. Now you too can enjoy the water with Aqua Modesta®.
Aqua Modesta comes in all sizes ranging from XX-small to XXX-large, including maternity. There are also cover-up dresses from sizes 6-16 available for the junior market. As of today, ladies can perform the mitzvah of dressing in modest/"tziniut" swimwear with utmost joy in all the water- related activities.
Active Modesta, the newest division of Aqua Modesta, is now introducing an amazing new item called “the skant”. It is a garment designed to look like a skirt and function as a pant. It is made of 85% nylon and 15% Lycra. It is designed in a lightweight fabric, made for wearing all year round. The skant is available in sizes XS-XL. It is ideally designed for sports such as: biking, skating, aerobics, gymnastics, yoga and Pilates. Due to the design and fabric used in creating the skant, women can make splits without exposing or emphasizing any part of her thigh or figure. The idea of the skant was brought out for the great need of Jewish women everywhere who wish to be modest while performing various sports.