Our Story | Ethically Made Surf & Swimwear - Winki Suits

Our Story

As lovers of the sea and lovers of people, we dreamed up, created and birthed a brand that stands for just that.


We are two sister friends who share a love for waves, vintage apparel and a particular pair of brothers.

Winki is a celebration of authentic women who support just and ethical practices in the surfing industry. After years of countless wedgies, nip slips and rusted clips, we present to you... Winki Suits.   

Come stay a while, 

Becky & Kip x


Our dream is to see a global community of fearless Winki women sliding gracefully on waves, wearing our suits with a sun-kissed nose and a joyful spirit.


We've drawn our inspiration from vintage styles and have created timeless silhouettes paired with eclectic 70's themed prints to create functional and playful sea and swimwear.

After a good old fashion rummage through Grandma's closet and a quick trip in our time machine, we've reinvented some iconic vintage prints. 

Our suits are made using a buttery 1mm neoprene fabric. We've sourced the highest quality fabric, meaning our suits can be worn in the salt, the sea and the sun without loss of colour or stretching!


Demand quality, not just in the products you buy, but in the life of the person who made it.


Winki Suits have partnered with the amazing team at Honor 1000 and their Blessed Project Sewing Program.

The Blessed Project was created to rehabilitate young women who have been rescued from human trafficking. When a young woman is rescued from human trafficking, the road to recovery is a long and challenging one. Most suffer from emotional scaring and brokenness from unimaginable abuse. The Blessed Project aims to support these women by providing housing, love, emotional support, community, education, skill building and a second chance at life.  

One aspect of their rehabilitation is learning the skill of sewing. Trainees will learn this trade as a form of therapy, an opportunity to learn a practical skill and provide the ability to earn income for themselves. Some trainees move on themselves to take up sewing professionally, whilst others pursue and study their other passions.

Our apparel and accessories are carefully handmade in the Blessed Project sewing workshop under the guidance and supervision of an experienced and lovely head sewer Kuya Edil. By purchasing our products you are providing employment and opportunity for these women, as well as helping Honor 1000 set more women free from human trafficking. We love working with HONOR and the women from the Blessed Project and are so inspired by their strength, courage, and integrity. Donate directly to the Blessed Project HERE.