Instead of reaching for the trusty triangle bikini you’ve been wearing for ages, this season, refresh your swimsuit drawer. You don’t have to shop at the typical spots to update your collection. Instead, allow us to introduce you to 15 brands you might not know about, all of which you’re bound to obsess over. These labels decorate their designs with unexpected details and they’re refreshing silhouettes in ways we never imagined.
You’ll probably be excited to find that fashion houses like Tory Burch and Jonathan Simkhai have impressive, well-made beachwear, and you’ll be delightfully surprised by the assortment of suits at Evarae, Veronica Dreyer, and Montce, all companies that are about to make it big. Just scroll to find your favorite.
For the ultimate active girl, Australian label Duskii’s silhouettes make a little more coverage look cool. Try this Oasis Cap Sleeve Surf Suit ($189)
Maiyo suits are all about texture. If you love a good crochet two-piece, this is your one-stop shop. But we’re more inclined to pick up the brand’s Bleu Belle One-Piece ($112), which is lined with feminine frills.
Montce has given new life to gingham print, offering a wide variety of silhouettes in the classic pattern. We love the flirty combination of the Cabana Top ($138) Uno Bottom ($64) High Rise Bottom ($78).
Strange Bikinis suits are crafted to fit all different body types. While every suit is offered up to size 16, the custom bikini shop allows users to order pieces based on personal measurements. The best part is, these designs are truly unique — like the Halterneck One-Piece ($198) — and quite covetable.
You already shop Tory Burch for It accessories and bohemian maxi dresses. Why not check out the label’s impressive swim line, which includes poppy colors and plenty of ruching? Pair the Costa Bandeau Top ($115) with the matching Hipster Bottom ($115) for a look that’s fresh this season.
All of Veronica Dreyer’s suits have that inimitable sheen and standout details like a grommet at the shoulder. The Bikini No 5 ($173) is a quick trip back to the ’90s, conjuring images of old Spice Girls costumes.
If you’re not familiar with Cynthia Rowley’s wetsuits, a whole new obsession is about to take hold. Whether you spend time surfing or you just want to protect your skin, the fresh prints and colorways offered will shock and delight. We love the Athletic Stripe Wetsuit ($210) in particular.
Lisa Marie Fernandez
When you’re in a girlie mood, shop Lisa Marie Fernandez for ruffle hems, off-the-shoulder pouf tops, and seersucker. One of our new favorite looks, the Colby Bikini ($420), is complete with tiny white buttons.
Famous for its sexy lingerie, you might have never known about Agent Provocateur’s swim line. You’ll turn up the heat when you invest in one of the striking designs, like the Jojo Suit in Pink and Black ($385)
While you can find a graphic slogan on many a one-piece these days, Milly’s offerings are simple and sophisticated. The open-back on the brand’s Resting Beach Face Suit ($185) provides an athletic touch.
Seafolly should be your go-to for a classic bikini. Whether you prefer solid colors or prints, you’ll always stand out when you try on one of the label’s updated silhouettes. The Block Party Top ($102) and Hipster Bikini Pant ($67) have a denim effect we can get behind.
In the best news ever, Jonathan Simkhai makes swimsuits with just the same sexy, sophisticated flair as his signature dresses. Take the Lace-Up Grommet One-Piece ($295) for example.
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