Wardrobe Wednesday: Swimwear Ready

Style

  1. Isle Lattice One Piece Swimsuit – This suit is a great option between a bikini and a one-piece. It has super flattering material and a lattice tie down the front and back for an edgey look. The vibrant pink and blue colors are perfect with a tan (even if it’s a spray tan in the winter time!)
  2. One-shoulder Piqué Nylon Bikini Top with Rickrack and High Waist Bottoms – Obsessed is an understatement. This navy bikini is feminine, but not over the top. The rickrack detail is the perfect way to add a little flair to an otherwise simple suit. I personally love the one shoulder ruffle top and high waisted bottoms (as a mommy of 2 high waisted is always a good idea), but you can mix and match with an underwire bikini top, low rise bottoms or even choose the onepiece version.
  3. Strappy V-neck One-piece Swimsuit in Colorblock – There’s something about colorblock pieces that scream summer to me. Thankfully, one-pieces are still in and cuter than ever! This v-neck swimsuit is great for a variety of body types with the supportive straps and stretch fabric. If you are looking for more coverage, but don’t want to sacrifice style this is a great option.
  4. Halter Peplum Tankini Top and High Waist Bottoms in Classic Gingham – This is another mix and match suit, but I personally really like the tankini version. For those of you with a long torso like myself, one-piece swimsuits tend to ride up and you look like a bad version of baywatch (never ideal). The tankini is an amazing choice for when you need to cover up to chase the kiddos on the beach or hide from the hot sun. If you’re after more of a one-piece vibe you can pair it with the high waist bottoms to give yourself more overall coverage.
  5. Bow-tie One-shoulder One-piece Swimsuit – Classic, pretty and a great summer staple! This suit comes in several colors and has a self-tying bow that allows you to find the most comfortable fit. I’m partial to the “sundrenched peony” shade, but there are so many other beautiful options.
  6. Keel Stripe Cross Bikini Top and Classic Bikini Bottoms – I find myself constantly drawn to seersucker print bathingsuits, but sometimes the stripes are so small that it can be become unflattering from a distance. That’s why I LOVE this striped bikini! It has a moderate stripe in a pretty malibu pink that catches your eye, but isn’t blinding. The cross detail in the back is fun and also gives a little extra support on top.
  7. Topsail Bikini Top and High Leg High Rise Bottoms – The mix and match possibilities are endless with this suit, but I really like the bandeau top and high waisted bottom combination. This company is known for figure flattering suits for all body types and uses high quality fabric. There are tons of colors available to choose from, but my favorite part is that they have all different sized women modeling the swimsuits. This gives you a better idea of what your body would look like in a certain style since we all aren’t a size 2 like most models!

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