These are the 21 best swimsuit brands to shop for summer 202230.03.2022
Congratulations! While safety precautions are still in place, things look a lot brighter than last year. This means that it is prime time to stockpile bathing suits you love.
This year, there were many dreamy trends that appeal to all body types and style preferences. Swimwear looks outlandish, in the best possible way. Swimwear is also becoming more eco-friendly. There are many sustainable brands that make swimwear that can be recycled. These pieces don’t compromise on style or cost. Take your favorite sunscreen, sun hat, and fishnet bag with you to the swimsuit shops of 2022.
Everlane’s high-quality basics are essential for any wardrobe. The brand, based in San Francisco, prides itself on high-quality fabrics and excellent craftsmanship. It launched its first swim collection just in the right time for summer. We were impressed by the Everlane swim line, which was tested by five Glamour staffers. The sizes-inclusive bikini and one-piece sets were remarkably well-made, with bright colors and cuts that felt modern and timeless.
Summersalt is the place to go if you like frilly or sporty swimsuits. There are plenty of options for plus-sizes, as well as suits that fit long torsos and flattering designs to suit every body type. For whatever summertime plans you have, get in on florals and ruffles as well as solids and modest designs.
Solid and Striped
Solid & Striped is about to turn 10, but it keeps its designs fresh. It still has a great selection of classic bikinis, belted maillots and other styles that are timeless. This summer, Striped offers a surprising range of trendy options. It has everything from boho-esque knitwear and retro cutouts to graphic prints.
Jade Swim is known for its minimalist silhouettes and innovative details. Classic one-pieces have diagonal cut-outs at the back. There are also barely there triangle tops with high waist bottoms and strapless options with ruched detailing. The sustainable swim brand’s collection is elegant but not too fashun. It makes a great choice for chic pool parties and capturing the moment on your first beach trip.
You thought Madewell was only for comfy knitwear and good jeans? You only need to take a look at the swim section of Madewell to see that this is not the case. True to form, it’s got plenty of quality basics, but also fresh cuts like square necklines and one-shoulder tops, board-shorts-and-bikini-top sets, and groovy prints like ditsy florals and abstract geometry–at the reasonable price point we know and love.
The fashion industry is known for greenwashing and is infamous for its smoke and mirrors approach to sustainability practices. Here’s our take on how it is possible to be earth-friendly with clothes. Mara Hoffman, despite all the talk about sustainability in fashion is not new. She is true to her word. She makes great swimwear from simple to extravagant, in addition to her elegant and breezy ready-to-wear.
Faithful the brand
Are you looking for summer dresses that will make you feel like a prairie girl? Faithfull the Brand has a swim section. You will find all the floral prints, including gingham and paisley, as well as solid one-pieces, and bikinis that reflect the brand’s feminine vibe.
Aerie is a one-stop shop that offers comfortable underwear at a price that’s less than a sad desk lunch. But have you explored its swim section? There are so many options to suit every style and every body, including flattering designs that will fit every body. Aerie has the right budget-friendly option for you, whether you want to show off some unusual prints, cover up, or keep covered.
We still can’t get over Target’s stylish, but outrageously expensive swimwear section. The retailer still produces stylish, affordable suits, even after all these years. Why not get a few to stock up?
Eloquii has swimwear that you will love to wear, no matter if you are near water. Who knew that we needed bikini tops with puff sleeves? The plus-size retailer has a wide range of styles, from stylish cutouts and high-fashion silhouettes. You’ll find it hard to choose just one.
Onia is the place to shop if you are looking for simple, clean lines and textured fabrics. These suits are timeless and well-made, so you’ll be able to wear them from season one to season two.
Vitamin A Swim
It is hard to find a brand that offers as many options as Vitamin A Swim. There’s something for everyone, from timeless bikinis to long-sleeve options to water-friendly athleisure set, to a top-selling golden metallic fabric that will dominate any beachside hang, all styles are available.
Swimsuits for Everyone
There are no longer two frumpy styles that plus-size women had to choose from when shopping for swimwear. Swimsuits For All is breaking new ground and women of all sizes and shapes can now enjoy the best cuts and prints of the season. Every body deserves a variety of choices.
It’s frustrating to order a swimsuit online and then have it fit you poorly once you try it on. Andie Swim has created a Fit Finder quiz, which gathers data from thousands of women’s wear tests. This will ensure that your suit fits your preferences and you don’t get any unexpected surprises when you receive your package.
Monica Hansen Beachwear
Monica Hansen Beachwear is a brand you should be following if your passion lies in retro-inspired swimwear with plenty of sex appeal. Cross-body floss, metallic hardware and high-cut silhouettes are all feminine features that the designer advocates. The collection evokes the ’70s with its “go big or go home” attitude. We can’t stop admiring it.
As you shop for summer clothes at ASOS, make sure to stop by the swim section. There are many options for every style and print. This is especially helpful for women with larger busts. The long list of styles can handle large boobs without compromising style.
Vix Paula Hermanny
Vix Paula Hermanny, Brazil’s oldest swimwear label, is a must-have for your summer moodboard. The brand’s spring 2022 collection features bright, bold florals and animal prints. But, neutrals are also available. Browse through the brand’s wide selection of one-piece and two-piece cuts, which showcase every asset under the sun. Next, visit the 24K collection for swimwear featuring hand-crafted gold embellishments.
Christopher Esber, an Australian designer, brings his trademark midriff flossing to swimwear. It’s worth taking a few minutes to look at their site if you are looking for something more. The brand’s designs are adorned with cutouts and ruched details that will turn heads. They also offer styles that can be worn with high-waisted jeans far from water, as well as swimwear.
Swimwear was included in the core collection of one of our favorite lingerie brands last year. Cuup’s minimalist underwear and bra styles are familiar to many. Their swim designs have a similar no-fuss philosophy. They emphasize fit and luxury over frills. The color options, such as olive green and orchid pink, are equally good.
Frankie’s bikinis swimwear is full of cutout bras, and revealing string bikinis. The brand is cosigned by Kylie Jenner, a few fashion bloggers, and more. Tie-dye or bright blue are options. Then, remind everyone how great a swim-skirt moment is poolside.
L*Space swimwear is on-trend (see asymmetric cuts, bikini tops with gold chain chains and bikini tops) but not too trendy. The classics, like the Camellia or the Lizzie, are reimagined each season in new colors, so they will always be a part of your wardrobe. The brand offers capsule collaborations as well as its main collection.